Benno Volk: Catalogue data in Autumn Semester 2017

Name Dr. Benno Volk
Address
Lehrentwicklung und -technologie
ETH Zürich, HAD G 14
Haldenbachstr. 44
8092 Zürich
SWITZERLAND
Telephone+41 44 632 87 36
E-mailbenno.volk@let.ethz.ch
DepartmentMechanical and Process Engineering
RelationshipLecturer

NumberTitleECTSHoursLecturers
151-3217-00LCoaching Student Teams (Basic Training)1 credit1GR. P. Haas, I. Goller, M. Lehner, B. Volk
AbstractAim is enhancement of knowledge and competency regarding coaching skills. Participants should be active coaches of a student team. Topics: Overview of the roles and mind set of a coach as, introduction into coaching methodology, mutual learning and reflecting of participants coaching expertise and situations.
Objective- Basic knowledge about role and mindset of a coach
- Basic Knowledge and reflection about classical coaching situations
- Inspiration and mutual learning from real coaching sessions (mutual peer observation)
ContentBasic knowledge about role and mindset of a coach
- Introduction into coaching: definition & models
- Introduction into the coaching process and team building phases
- Role of coaches between examinator, tutor and ""friend""
First steps building up personal coaching competencies, e.g. active listening, asking questions, giving feedback
- Competencies in theoretical models
- Coaching competencies: exercises and reflection
Some Reflection and exchange of experiences about personal coaching situations
- Exchange of experiences in the lecture group
- Mutual peer observations
Lecture notesSlides, script and other documents will be distributed electronically
(access only for participants registered to this course)
LiteraturePlease refer to lecture script.
Prerequisites / NoticeParticipants (Students, PhD Students, Postdocs) should be active coaches of a student project team.
151-3219-00LCoaching Student Teams (Advances Course 1)
This course assumes that participants have completed the basic training (151-3217-00L Coaching Student Teams (Basic Training)).
1 credit1GR. P. Haas, I. Goller, M. Lehner, B. Volk
AbstractAim is enhancement of knowledge and competency regarding coaching skills. Participants should be active coaches of a student team. Topics: Overview of the roles and mind set of a coach as, introduction into coaching methodology, mutual learning and reflecting of participants coaching expertise and situations.
Objective- Basic knowledge about role and mindset of a coach
- Knowledge and reflection about classical coaching situations
- Development of personal coaching skills
- Knowledge and know-how about coaching methods
ContentAdvanced knowledge about role and mindset of a coach
- Introduction into coaching: definition & models
- Introduction into the coaching process and team building phases
- Role of coaches between examinator, tutor and "friend"
Development of personal coaching competencies, e.g. active listening, asking questions, giving feedback
- Competencies in theoretical models
- Coaching competencies: exercises and reflection
Knowledge and reflection about coaching situations in student teams
- Knowledge about team development
- Reflection about critical project phases
- Know-how about reference model for analysis critical situations
Reflection and exchange of experiences about personal coaching situations
- Self-reflection including individual coaching session and case study
- Exchange of experiences in the lecture group
- Mutual peer observations
Knowledge and know-how about coaching methods and situations
- Knowledge about basic coaching methods for student teams
- Know-how about usage of methods in the coaching process
- Facilitating decisions
- Using and applying coaches opinions and knowledge
- Facilitating conflict situations
Optional
- Organizational and management aspects
- How to do project/system engineering and simultaneous activities
- Project planning and re-planning
Lecture notesSlides, script and other documents will be distributed electronically
(access only for participants registered to this course).
LiteraturePlease refer to lecture script.
Prerequisites / Notice- Participants (Students, PhD Students, Postdocs) should be active coaches of a student project team.
- Completiont of the basic training is required.