Being a learning coach, you have a perspective that those you coach can achieve anything they want once they know some essential “how to’s”. This is a bold statement but one that has been proved to work time and time again.
The job of a learning coach is to help adults and children to firstly understand their own experience better, how they do things and why some parts of their experience work better than others. You also focus on the skills, often exceptional skills, people already have and work from there. Note this is not to assess people against a set of national standards that show where they are under or over performing, this is to help people and their families better understand specific aspects of their own experience and how their mind works best.
The next steps is for the learning coach to identify skills and strategies that the person…
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