Parent As Learning Coach
Resources for busy parents to support their child’s learning.
The Coaching Approach
Step into the learning coach role.
Remote learning has intensified the part that parents and guardians play in their child’s day-to-day schooling. Parents are now “up close and personal” with the entire learning experience, and their children are looking to them to fill the gaps left by the physical absence of a classroom. Theis not new, but the parent role has become more involved. As a Learning Coach, the most important skills you can build are…
Communication and Connection
Effectively communicate and have meaningful connections with teachers and your child about learning and progress.
Model learning and reflection processes to support your child’s emotional experience.
Coach the Learning
Your child achieves learning targets as you clarify and coach the learning.
Feedback to the Learner
Guide your child to reach the next step through direct and timely feedback.
Be confident you are doing the right things to help your child.
spent building your learning coach skills can help you set your child up for success.
Parent As Learning Coach Tools
What does PALC offer?
Learning Coach Guides
Videos and a step-by-step breakdown of strategies that will help you with things like communicating with teachers, supporting social and emotional needs related to learning and ways to help your child reach learning goals.
Classes that provide a deeper dive into high-interest topics like how to coach your child’s reading, checking in on your child’s progress, how to recognize your child’s success and the emotional side of learning.
Become empowered and equipped to be a successful learning coach.