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Public Achievement eGuide
Table of Contents

Introduction and Acknowledgments
Student Learning Outcomes
YES Community Partner
PA Theory and Models 
The Language of Democracy
The Practice of PA  
Core Concepts
Public Skills
Coaching
Classroom Climate

Classroom Management

Lesson Planning

Coaching Principles

Debriefing

Coaching Effectiveness

Project Development I

Project Development II

Taking Action

Success and Failure

References

 

 

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Debriefing and Assessment


Sarah Goff and Katelin Warnock

Debriefing is essentially the process of “unpacking” PA sessions.  It is important to thoroughly debrief and get the students’ opinions about how the session went. The post-session coaching debrief form is also an effective way to quickly “unpack” the session that helps the coaches to make sure that they are in agreement about the day. Coaches should keep in mind that they should be completely honest in order for this to be an effective tool. Another great tool for debriefing is to have the coaches complete a personal reflection journal entry after each session. This is something that gives each coach an opportunity to assess and keep track of how s/he feels about the weekly sessions.
         





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