Updated: Mar 30
Today’s episode is with Chantal Cox, a special educator, author, podcaster and transformation coach who uses her 3 part framework along with the power of the NeuroCoaching Model(™) to help motivated, high-achievers rediscover their passion and purpose in life so that they can rise up, step into their full potential, and successfully navigate their journey to Create a Life You Love.
Chantal has been working in a cooperative that she’s in for 13 years and is helping the new future of the co-op come to life. In today’s show, Chantal and I dig into cooperative learning, showing both of our experiences within that for parents and educators. Chantal’s core philosophy for teaching is “what’s best for kids” and brings that into all of her professional space.
In this episode, we learn about:
What a special education cooperative is and how Chantal is involved (3:00)
What the co-op looks like day to day and how it looks differently to regular schooling? (5:00)
Chantal’s learnings working in this space for 13 years (9:55)
Tips for parents and teacher to advocate better for children who need extra support (11:33)
Parent and community stakeholders involvement are important to keep a co-op running and how it works (16:55)
Inclusion vs. self contained model within cooperatives (19:44)
The student support you’ve never had - League of Exceptional Littles membership will help those in early childhood get the support they need (24:47)
Chantal’s growth opportunities with moving into administration and how her previous position has helped her in this space (25:40)
The importance of work life balance and how Chantal got physically ill due to poor stress management. Chantal is passionate about helping educations find the importance of self care (29:24)
So brew yourself a cup of tea and listen in on the full podcast here:
You can also get Chantal’s Free Guide to Goal Tracking to help you refocus and recenter in 202!
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