1. Ace Your Learning Gap: Academic Coaching and Tutoring
Is your student scholastically disoriented due to the pandemic, or prone to the summer slide? Summer break is an ideal time for struggling students to get the help they need to bolster lagging academic skills, get a jump on fall semester concepts, or make summer school a success.
2. Ace Your Mindset: Experiential Research - for Middle and High School Students
A coach or mentor can guide a learner to use hands-on methods to pursue a research idea or project that highlights the student’s interests, encourages experimentation, celebrates innovation, and provides structure needed for completion. This can be the “secret sauce” that allows a student to view themselves as someone who can succeed in an academic environment. Click here to learn how your struggling student can use their summer to develop independent projects as a way of engaging experiential learning.
3. Supercharge Your College Application: Experiential Research & Portfolio - for Rising Seniors
Students with learning differences may struggle with standardized testing, or lack a competitive GPA. College applicants must position themselves to stand out from other candidates. An online portfolio that chronicles independent research is a unique compliment to a college application. Documenting an original project in a portfolio differentiates students from other college applicants.
4. Ace Your Essay: Writing Coaching for All Ages & College Essay Coaching
- Does your middle or high school student always lose points on essays? Help them learn what teachers expect, make friends with the outline, and articulate ideas with confidence.
- Does your rising senior plan to wait until fall to write college essays? Summer is a stress free moment to begin the college search and write unforgettable personal statements.
- College and graduate students who struggle with organization can learn to write essays and dissertations with clear and structured arguments.
5. Ace Your College Transition: Independence and Life Skills Development
Does your teenage or adult student rely on adults to wake them for class, locate their homework, or track their medication schedule? Do they need reminders to do laundry, eat balanced nutrition, or remember appointments? Help a rising senior or high school graduate learn greater independence, organization and planning before heading off to college.
Help your student take advantage of the summer to move forward on their academic goals. Learn more, or book a free consultation now.