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Mentor Success Skills Coaching[1]

Mentor Success Skills Coaching[1]

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6/2010 AW
We suggest you take
20 minutes daily
to check in with your student as the “COACH” for their dailyprogress. Don’t let your teenager fool you! What you say and think makes a huge difference in theirlife! Just knowing that you are involved and aware of what they are doing in school helps them tostay focused. Your attention can help motivate your student to continue when classes are mostchallenging.
Coach Duties To Help Your Student “Win” At COVA
Print out the “20 Minute Mentor Cheat Sheet “on the last page and use the information fromthis training to coach your student daily.
Check your student’s progress and time spent daily in class. Use this information to help keepyour student on pace and passing.
Log your student’s attendance daily.
Read information from COVA staff sent in your k mail daily. Communicate with your advisor.
Read and “track” the Weekly Progress Reports sent to your email.
Use praise, recognition and reward to recognize effort and accomplishment.
Help your student reach out to teachers for help.
Pull your student out of play and “on the bench” to regroup and problem solve when they fallbehind.
Help your student with time management and organization if it does not come naturally.
Require more than “Fine” to explain how your student is doing in school. You are a full partnerin their schooling process at COVA- not just a spectator! You are on a “Need to Know”Clearance level. Use the tools in this training to KNOW exactly how your student isprogressing in school.
Coaching your student for a“Winning” year!
6/2010 AW
Click on the “MyInfo” tab in the mentor home page.Click on your student’s name.Click on the box marked “Courses and Classrooms”.
Watch Video at:
Check Your Student’s Grades, Attendance and Assignments Due
6/2010 AW
Click on blue underlined section to the right of the class name in the progress area.This will open a new window with information about that class. You will see boxes withinformation for that class:
Time you have already entered as attendance for your student. This is important!Colorado uses this information to determine if a student is truant.
The % is the current grade in this class. 90-100% =A, 80-89%=B, 70-79%=C, 60-69%=D, 0-59%= F.
To earn credit, a student must pass with 60% or higher.
This shows you how much time your student has spent
on line
in this course
Last login K12:
last date student used their name and password and entered the K12 site.

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