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Difference Between a Lecturer and a Teaching Coach

Our assignment is to compare the skills needed by a lecturer and the skills needed by a learning coach.

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Our assignment is to compare the skills needed by a lecturer and the skills needed by a learning coach. I don't understand what a learning coach is though. Can someone help with this? What would be the difference? They sound like they should really be the same.

In the world of Academia, there is a difference between a lecturer and a teaching coach. There is even a difference between a lecturer and a professor, although some schools may refer to an adjunct professor as a lecturer. Typically, a lecturer is an explainer of any given subject, usually in classrooms. Although a lecturer may use a variety of avenues to convey his/her message, it boils down to the fact that it is a lecture. The lecture centers on an oral presentation. The presentation is based on a traditional teacher-centered environment; the teacher emphasizes facts and tells the student what to learn by lecturing, therefore appealing primarily to the intellect or cognitive learning domain. This was once thought to be the best way to teach, but few in education would agree with that today, even though most educational institutions ...

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