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Form: Dialogue Coaching — Elements of Success

Overview

The Facilitated Dialogue Coaching Form is for use by supervisors and peer coaches to assess facilitated dialogue as an interpretive experience. Assessment of the program centers around the audience’s engagement, the interpreter’s maintenance of a safe container and the craft shown in asking questions of the audience.

Benefits

  • Creates a space for supervisors and peer coaches to provide written feedback for interpreters
  • Supervisors and peer coaches can cite specific examples of success or provisional suggestions for improvement in three distinct areas (engagement, container, and craft) for interpreters

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  1. I am not a supervisor or peer coach but I am beginning to explore Facilitated Dialogue in my programs. This form will stay close to hand as I develop my programs as a checklist to make sure my program meets the goals.

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