What is educational coaching?
We all remember that one teacher, coach, neighbor, or mentor that had an impact on us. They encouraged us when things got hard, motivated us to persevere, and celebrated when we hit a milestone. They believed we could do it because they believed in us. At the heart of educational coaching is a trusting relationship that can help a student reach their fullest potential. An educational coach knows the plan forward and leads the way. It treats the underlying causes of learning difficulties rather than simply treating the symptoms. It is an intense mediated approach to intervention which strengthens areas that are weak. It is more than helping students memorize facts and figures or knowing what to think. Educational Coaching also teaching students how to think which will have a lasting impact on the students’ learning journey.
How do I know if my child needs services?
If, as a parent, you believe your student is capable of more than he/she is showing at school, more than likely there may be some barriers to your student’s educational success. Do you hear things like, “I forgot that was due,” “Who cares? I’m going to fail anyway” or “I hate school?” What appears as laziness, apathy, or even hatred toward school may actually be symptoms of a deeper struggle for your student.
Our proprietary process is designed to partner with you as we determine the root cause of your student’s struggles and create an personalized success plan to transform your student’s learning journey.
But, my child is smart. How can he/she have a learning disability?
People with learning disabilities have average to superior intelligence. Many are gifted in math, science, fine arts, journalism, and other creative fields. However, sometimes their strengths are offset by noticeable weaknesses – an inability to read or write, memory problems, or difficulty understanding what is heard or seen.
How much does it cost?
The costs Individualized services start at $180 per month.
Non-traditional education tuition starts at $6,740 per year.
What is Dyslexia?
Dyslexic children and adults struggle to read fluently, spell words correctly and learn a second language, among other challenges. But these difficulties have no connection to their overall intelligence.
What is Dygraphia?
Many experts view dysgraphia as an issue with a set of skills known as transcription. These skills include handwriting, typing, and spelling. Like Dyslexia, these difficulties have no connection to their overall intelligence.
What is Dycalculia?
Dyscalculia refers to difficulites in math. They often struggle with key concepts like bigger vs. smaller, and can have a hard time doing basic math problems and more abstract math. And again, this difficulty has no connection to a persons overall intelligence.