Experts in education that motivate students of all ages to reach their potential!
BRIDGING The Gap
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Researched-based materials that engage students in structured activities and progress monitoring for reading success.
Explicit instruction in creative writing to help students become stronger writers who can self-monitor and make writing meaningful.
Strategically sequencing math objectives at every grade level to strengthen math and homework skills.
Bridging gaps in reading, writing and math so students can be successful in school and in completing homework independently.
How to Know If Your Child Needs Tutoring
Do You Hear Things Like This From Teachers?
- Your child has trouble finishing their work by themselves. They will play with their pencil or get out of their seat and talk with other students when they are working on assignments.
- Your child is smart and likes to finish their work quickly. Because they work quickly, they often make mistakes. Your child gets frustrated when I show them their mistakes, and tells me they do not want to fix them.
- Your child takes a long time to read and has trouble understanding what they read. They understand better when they read with a friend.
- Your student needs a lot of one-on-one and I have too many children in my classroom to spend so much time with your children.
Do You Hear Things Like This From Your Child?
- Your child continually complains about a particular subject or simply does not like school.
- Kids makes fun of me when the teacher calls on me to read out loud.
- The teacher gets frustrated with me and tells me I am taking too long to do my homework. She tells me if I don’t finish my work in class, I will have to do it for homework. But everyone else in class always gets finished but me.
- School is hard and I don’t see why I have to learn so much. I don’t understand.
- To Help Students Become Independent Learners
- Helps Create A Positive Attitude Towards School
- Promotes Positive Role Models
- Provide the Skills Needed to Succeed in School
- Improved Work and Study Skills and Habits
- Improved Social and Behavioral Skills