Four Keys to Being a Great Learning Coach

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9 Responses

  1. Stacy Germany says:

    Very benificial!  Thanks for posting. 🙂

  2. A. Robison says:

    Wow! This is so inspiring!  I hope your friend realizes how lucky she is to have you!

  3. M.C. Mahaney says:

    It’s not just friends.  I love telling strangers when I’m out and about with my 2 sons, both in SCCA, about Connections Academy.  They get asked all the time, “Why aren’t you in school?”  My youngest son, 11 years old, loves telling the cashiers @ various stores, “We are in school, we learn something everywhere we go.  Getting an education isn’t locked inside a building it’s expanded inside your mind.” You can’t get more profound than that.

  4. Ellie says:

    I love the program we are in but next year I have a challenge and I need all of you to help me.  Since I chose not to send my 4 year old daughter to brick and mortar this year, she will not be eligible to be in Connections Academy.  I would like all of you to contact you state legislators and ask them to make exceptions to the rules for those already in the program. 
    If this does not happen I will have to be a Learning Coach for 2 different programs.  I feel I have been successful in the LC role and now there are challenges that I will face.  Please help!
    If you are in this situation, please let me know what you will be doing next year.  If you are already doing this, please let me know if it has been successful.  I want the best for my children and this is why I have them with CA! 

  5. Stacy Germany (Colorado CA) says:

     “We are in school, we learn something everywhere we go.  Getting an education isn’t locked inside a building it’s expanded inside your mind.”

    Love the comment, M.C. Mahaney

    I love this post, Carrie Jean.   I am going to print it out so I can refer to it for encouragement.

  6. Sandra says:

    Carrie Jean, I want to thank you for stopping by my blog and for leaving such kind words and most of all, for pointing me in the direction of this post.

    It has helped me SO much as I prepare to embark on this journey with my two children.  The school year is well under way but it doesn’t matter, the public school they’re in is absolutely horrid and I feel that I need to do what is best for my children, both safety wise and education wise, two things that they are not getting at the moment.

    Thank you for putting it all into perspective.

    All the best,

  7. Carolyn says:

    Ellie, I am finding myself in the same situation as I have an 8 yr old and a 4 yr old. I assume we will have to use two different programs?

  8. F Holmes says:

    I thank u for the post, I’ve struggled with this decision for a long time now. I have a 6th grader w/ an IEP & an 8th grader who’s very bright! Because of the posting I know I can do this! Thanks again, Mrs. Holmes

  9. Shana E Ballo says:

    Thanks for all of the posts. I have found this information to be very resourceful and encouraging. Sincerely, Mrs. Ballo.

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