Get help for all learning issues so that your student can end the school year with success. The expert educational therapists at Education Sage, Inc. provide careful, kind, and outstanding instruction to help students do well.
Education Sage, Inc. has a 38 year history of providing Brain Based Coaching to help students do better and learn how to work smarter, not harder. Your student’s current school material is used as the vehicle to show your student how to achieve well.
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Parents ask their students what they did in school on a given day. Usually the student’s response is, “Nothing”, or ” I don’t remember.” Let’s get this conversation turned around with daily information.
Have your student keep a running journal of what is done each day in each class by having them write what is happening in each class. Use a spiral bound notebook. Have your student put the day and the date at the top of a page. Then have your student take notes about the lessons.
Even though the homework assignments may be online, this activity helps students remember what they are learning and reminds them of what they need to study and learn for tests.
Using what is written in this journal can begin a good daily conversation about what happened in school on any given day.
Does your student need help with study skills that work for him or her? Contact the experts at Education Sage, Inc. to get solid guidance and help for your student. Contact Education Sage, Inc. at 310-720-0390 or view the website at educationsage.net.
Students have a difficult time organizing their homework time and their study/learning environment. When organization is done correctly and makes sense, students succeed easily and well.
Homework and study time needs to be organized on a weekly and daily basis. An overview of all the work that has to be done for the week should be given to the student. Then the weekly work needs to be broken into daily assignments.
Study time is something that is usually left out of a student’s organization of work. Teachers do not always explain or assign study time. Help should be given to a student to plan study time. Study time should be done before actual homework time. The student is more alert for study time.
The experts at Education Sage, Inc. help guide students to be successful by showing them how to organize their work and their study environment.
Get help now before more of the school year passes. Contact Education Sage, Inc. at 310-720-0390 or visit the website at educationsage.net.
Does a student have issues when it comes to putting ideas into words to write them? If a student learns how to plan ideas before writing, then that student will be very successful.
Using graphic writing organizers created by the educational therapists at Education Sage, Inc., has helped many students overcome their fear of writing. These students are shown how to take their thoughts, organize them, and plan their writing.
Education therapists at Education Sage, Inc. know how to access an individual student’s brain thinking ability to show them how to plan for their individual thinking and learning styles.
Get help now. Call 310-720-0390 to speak with a knowledgeable therapist or look at the website educationsage.net.
Strong readers need to make sense of the words being read. Just passing eyes over the words without stopping to make meaning or sense of the words is always an issue. Strong readers stop and interpret the meaning that the words are conveying.
Does your student reread material and still not get the understanding or comprehension? It is time to get help for learning how to read.
The expert educational therapists at Education Sage, Inc. can help students improve their reading comprehension skills by using current school work and additional instructional material.
Call now to discuss a person’s reading problem and get results. Phone 310-720-0390. Go online for more information at educationsage.net.