There’s so much that students don’t have control over in their school lives.
So how do parents, teachers, and academic coaches try to protect their sense of control? Is that even an important thing to try and do?
Last week I introduced that in July, I’d be doing a series about what academic coaching has in common with alternatives to calling the police. Click here for more background about why.
Today, I muse about one thing the police have in common with many teachers/academic coaches/parents — control over.
Here’s the video:

What do you think? Is a sense of control important in students’ lives? How do the adults who work with students help protect that? How do students defend it for themselves?
I’d love to know our thoughts.

This Weeks Newest Video – Part 2 to the 6 Part series