Ed Sage School Students Stay Organized

Ed Sage School students stay organized every day. On the Friday before a school week begins, students in Ed Sage School get all of their schedules, assignments, test notices, due dates for assignments, and learning/ study work to be done in each subject for the coming week. This helps all students including those who have learning issues.

Students take this information and create their “To Do Lists” in their To Do List Journal. Each page has a different day. The student writes in all the information needed for that day. This includes: assignments, due dates, and what to study and learn. Then as each day is completed, the student checks off the day’s To Do List. Students with ADHD like this method because it keeps them focused.

This process helps the students become very organized and independent. Helping students become independent learners is one of the goals of Ed Sage School.

Ed Sage School is now accepting applications for the 2022-2023 school year for grades 5-8.  Contact Beth Silver at 310-720-0390.

Ed Sage School Has Teacher Directed Homework Study Sessions

Ed Sage School has homework study sessions in the evenings three days a week. Students attend and work on studying and learning or completing homework assignments. The teacher works with individual students to help them understand concepts that were difficult during the day’s lessons.

These study sessions guarantee that Brain Based Learning is taking place. Students are able to get explanations that work for their individual brains. They also do not fall behind in learning concepts or getting their work done on time.

Dyslexic students really thrive from this additional support. This helps build learner self-confidence because they know they are doing the work correctly.

Ed Sage School is accepting applications for the 2022-2023 school year. Visit the website – http://www.edsageschool.com. Contact Head of School, Beth Silver, at 310-720-0390 or bethcarolsilver@gmail.com.