This answer varies depending on your student's age, grade level, and skill level, but every student needs a learning coach of some kind to help them in their learning.
K-2nd Grade: Students are still learning to read, so they need a lot of support to walk through the instructions, and we've tailored the lessons toward the learning coach through scripts and activity guides to help the learning coach walk the student through each lesson.
3rd-5th Grade: The instruction is geared more toward the student, but they still need a lot of support from the learning coach making sure they understand instructions and concepts and walking them through lessons. In 3rd-5th grade, students might be able to read instructions, but will need support in understanding their meaning. The learning coach is still very involved, but the student becomes more independent in terms of reading instructions and completing activities.
Middle School: Students should be working independently, but they need a learning coach to help provide structure and accountability. At this level, a learning coach will check grades, help with technological issues, answer questions, and come alongside students to provide accountability.
High School: Students at this level are independent learners and will need a learning coach for support, encouragement, accountability, and to ensure students are meeting expectations in terms of grades.