How Do You Learn, When You Don't Know How You Learn?

Getting to How, in 7 Easy Steps

Step 1: Recognize the challenge of figuring out how you learn best.

Step 2: Clear your thinking space so you can think, learn, focus, and be strategic.

Step 3: See in your mind what you want, then create your strategy to get it.

Step 4: Use strategic tools (writing, music, what you say to yourself).

Step 5: Receive encouragement from people who care about you.

Step 6: Make the decision to be a winner, it is totally up to you.

Step 7: Dream big, and see the vision of what we can all do together.

"Today is the best day to achieve!"
Jonell Williams, Teacher


Gadsden Students Find Power in Their Words

"Former Gadsden Elementary counselor Angela Lindsay developed an innovative character developing program for students, using music and writing about the things that troubled them."

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WSAV News Segment on the Ready4LearningClub

Savannah Music Festival

"As part of the 2006 Savannah Music Festival, we featured This Was In My Head, a presentation of Angela Lindsay and the Ready4LearningClub. This was one of the ten educational concerts in our Gulfstream Music Education Series. The program was immensely popular with area students and teachers. An audience of almost 1600 students and teachers gathered at the Johnny Mercer Theatre for the presentation. The audience was entertained and challenged by the performers who, during their 45-minute presentation, demonstrated the use of music as a problem-solving tool."
Gene Pinion, Education/Program Manager, Savannah Music Festival

R4LC Certified as Arts Partner for CTTA

"As Arts Partner Coordinator for Character Through the Arts (CTTA) (a 1.7 million dollar, 4-year grant from the Partnerships in Character Education Program, U.S. Department of Education, 2002-2006) I worked with Angela Lindsay, including observing her interacting with students. She went through a rigorous process in order to be certified as an arts partner for CTTA. Part of this process included extensive training in curricular modeling. I certified over 60 arts partners including many who were on the GCA roster. Of those Angela was a shining star. Her student interactions were genuine and her work exceptionally creative. It was a pleasure to watch her at work. Her student's lives were the better for having her in their life. I can heartily recommend her."
Dr. Kathleen Thompson, National Board Certified Retired Art Educator and Writer, Georgia Council for the Arts, Advisory Council (Representing Congressional District #1)

This Project is Much Needed by Children

"Angela Lindsay is a gifted teacher, counselor, and musician. Her training as a musician, educational psychologist, and music therapist combined to create a unique self-empowerment tool for children who are most at risk in any number of ways. This project is long overdue and is much needed by children."
Benny P. Ferguson, Ph.D., Former Director, Visual and Performing Arts, Savannah-Chatham County Public Schools