Our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy have changed. We think you'll like them better this way.

Back to School: Building a Bridge of Positive Communication to Create a Positive

  • Broadcast in School
  • 0 comments
Texas Conflict Coach

Texas Conflict Coach

×  

Follow This Show

If you liked this show, you should follow Texas Conflict Coach.
h:49138
s:10096097
archived

Parent, you are your child's best advocate. Just like painting a room, the more preparation you do the better the result. It may seem like oversimplification when it comes to communicating to your school, especially if it has not always been the most positive process. Separating the facts, emotions, and results can be confusing.

In this program we highlight three free resources that will help you:

  • Gather the facts
  • Organize your information
  • Identify effective ways to communicate with your child’s school /teacher

Knowing your child’s learning style and being able to quantify and collaborate their interest and abilities to what is going on in the classroom is like having cliff notes for accelerated learning. If you are a parent who feels overwhelmed, dealing with the demands of work as well as your child’s school issues this conversation is for you.

Angela Woodrow, whom as a coach, provides the opportunity for individuals and the organizations to discover distinctions, maintain focus, and develop and implement action plans. As a life long learner, she advocates for parents and teachers to build the bridge to positive education processes for all. She has over 20 years of experience in coaching individuals and organizations to success. An educational theater arts background gives her the passion to coach everyone to his or her utmost potential. Growing into the opportunities of tomorrow is how Angela sees everyone’s capabilities.

A lifelong community volunteer with a personal philosophy to bloom where planted, Angela volunteers with her local faith-based education partners, and groups that promote scholarship for youth and the community arts.  She is an active member of the International Coach Federation, San Antonio Professional Coaches Association, and Business Networks International.

Comments

 comments