Can Drivers Really Teach Themselves?: A Practiitioner's Guide to Using Learner Centred and Coaching Approaches in Driver Education Paperback – 11 Jun 2011
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Many now believe this book to be the leading book on the use of coaching and client centred approaches in driver education. Written by Ian Edwards, an international consultant in driver education and training, it looks at how to use coaching approaches to develop not only driving performance but also the driver's ability to self-evaluate and develop themselves. The book provides simple to follow examples of the coaching approaches it advocates. These examples can easily be transferred to any area of driver education and training. The book discusses: The Goals for Driver Education Barriers to learning Using coaching techniques and models The development of self-evaluation skills Micro-coaching Building a non-judgemental relationship