Emotions at the service of learning

What is Educational Emotional Coaching?

"Educational coaching invites us to re-interpret ourselves as human beings and find transformational learning spaces, to accompany students to take responsibility for their lives, and grow from integrity, in spaces of well-being" Guido Samelnik - Master Coach Professional -

Incorporate and develop Educational Coaching

  • It not only makes it easier for learners to adapt to changes, but also to be able to design - create - invent the future.

  • It connects the human being with transcendental values and commitment.

  • Deepen the spaces for learning and transformation.

  • It enables the generous listening of students, opening growth possibilities for students.

  • Create effective / affective relationships, improving communication.

  • It promotes the achievement of extraordinary results.

  • It develops contexts of openness, commitment, respect, trust and power, for the effective coordination of actions and the consolidation of work teams, promoting union and integration.

  • It favors the resolution of conflicts and the achievement of objectives (both personal and group), fostering cooperative and reflective forms, achieving win-win-win benefit agreements (you - me - our environment).

The Educator as an Ontological & Integral Leader-Coach

he is a facilitator of learning processes for his students, a “coach in the domain of being”.

Impact and scope of Educational Coaching?

Coaching is a powerful resource that facilitates awareness, a responsible attitude for the actions we take and their results, group reflection, recognition and management of emotions, communication skills, cooperation, integration, solidarity and work in team, based on fundamental values that facilitate healthy coexistence.

The educator operates as an agent of change and facilitator of the learners' talent.

Coaching comes to accompany and provide new resources and tools so that educators can surf the revolution that education is undergoing and be protagonists of change.

Contribution of Coaching to Education

The students
We facilitate ontological distinctions, generous listening, resources for managing emotions and designing conversations.


Educators (Teachers, Teachers, Coordinators)
Training them as facilitators of processes of change, learning and personal transformation of students.
The teacher as a coach sees the learner in the possibility that he is, sees his greatness,
and accompanies him on the way until he realizes that possibility in action.

The families
By assisting parents to review their beliefs and relationship with their children, they also see themselves as agents of change, achieving a community between teachers and parents that facilitates the autonomous and responsible development of students.

The Educational Institution
Training managers so that they can leverage a profound change in their schools, and sustain their teams on the path of constant transformation.

How to Learn and Work with Educational Coaching?

There are five different ways to learn and work with Coaching in Education:


  1. Training activities (intensive, face-to-face and virtual courses and workshops). see more

  2. Training Programs (face-to-face and virtual). see more

  3. Personal coaching, hiring a Coach to work on certain specific problems and objectives to be achieved (face-to-face or virtual). see more

  4. Institutional Coaching, hiring a Coach to work on certain specific problems and objectives to be achieved within the institution (face-to-face or virtual). see more

  5. Reading of books and specialized articles. see more