Smart Students Improve Skills at Ed Sage School

Smart, capable students need to have their minds challenged and their skill levels increased through the school assignments they do. Far too often the work they are asked to do is not a challenge and is extremely boring.

Intelligent students need to have their thinking challenged. They need to have reading assignments that are above grade level. Writing assignments should require detail to explain their thoughts. Math work should require application of concepts at a higher grade level. Social Studies should require cause and effect thinking and understanding. Science learning should require the understanding of the “why it works” part of concepts.

Ed Sage School creates individual Student Action Plans for each student. The smart, capable students have the “push” written into them so the students can learn to achieve above grade level.

Ed Sage School is accepting applications for the 2022-2023 school year. Contact Beth Silver, Head of School, to apply. Phone 310-720-0390. Email bethcarolsilver@gmail.com. For more information visit the website: http://www.edsageschool.com.

Teaching How to Take a Test Not to the Test at Ed Sage School

Knowing how to take tests involves skills students need for life. No matter the level of instruction nor the subject matter, students will always be asked to take tests. They also need to learn how to handle the emotional component of test taking.

Reading comprehension of tests is an important skill students need to learn. At Ed Sage School students are taught how to approach different types of test questions by reading them correctly. Tests designs that are presented are: multiple choice, true-false, fill-in-the-blank, short answer essay, and long answer essays. The key is understanding – completely comprehending- what the test question is asking.

Ed Sage School helps all types of students learn to meet their individual needs. The individual needs are based on classroom observation, academic testing, and educational history. Each student has an individual Student Action Plan.

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

Students Ace Math Word Problems at Ed Sage School

Brain Based Learning is used to help students at Ed Sage School learn how to do math word problems. The emphasis is on the reading comprehension skills for understanding math word problems.

Reading comprehension of math word problems is difficult for most students. At Ed Sage School students are shown how to read, interpret, and solve the language of the word problem. It is the language of the word problem that is the issue. Most students can do the arithmetic or algebra work.

Taking the time to understand the language of math word problems is a priority at Ed Sage School. This reading focus helps all students, but especially those with learning issues. The math reading comprehension skills students learn are used throughout the remainder of their education.

Ed Sage School is now accepting applications for the 2022-2023 school year. Contact Beth Silver, Head of School, to apply or for more information. Phone – 310-720-0390 or bethcarolsilver@gmail.com. Website- http://www.edsageschool.com.

Smart Dyslexics Achieve Well in Regular Classroom Setting at Ed Sage School

Dyslexic students become independent, high academic achievers at Ed Sage School. The Brain Based Learning program at the school helps incorporate the needs of dyslexic students in a regular classroom setting to make them successful.

Most dyslexic students are quick, bright and learn in many ways. They are quick to learn using methods that supplement their reading and writing. In most regular classroom settings, however, they feel stupid because of their dyslexic issues. It is time for them to feel good about who they are, and what they have to offer. Feeling good and smart happens in the Ed Sage School for all students.

At Ed Sage School dyslexics use text to speech programs for reading comprehension of required reading material and proofreading of their writing. An app called Dictionary.com is used for pronunciation and meaning of words.

Ed Sage School is currently accepting applications for the 2022-2023 school year for grades 5-8. Contact Beth Silver, Head of School, to apply and information. Phone is 310-720-0390. Email is bethcarolsilver@gmail.com. School website: edsageschool.com

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.