At Strategies for Learning, we are committed to creative collaborations with families, schools, and other community homeschool programs. Whether you are new to homeschooling and don’t know where to begin, need specialized academic intervention to supplement your curriculum, or want support to transition back to school, we can design a program to meet your needs.
Deciding between curriculums and ensuring your student meets requirements for a subject can be overwhelming. In addition, different learners may benefit from different methodologies. We can help you design a comprehensive curriculum plan that suits your student’s learning style and prepares him or her for future academics.
One-on-One and Small Group Instruction
Our team of experienced educators can provide one-on-one or small group instruction in core academic subjects (reading, writing, math, science, and social studies), organization and study skills, standardized test-prep, and stress management. The work we do is tailored to a student’s individual needs and the parents’ goals for homeschooling.
Homeschooling and Learning Differences
A child with learning differences can benefit from the individualized structure of homeschooling. However, students who do not understand how they are affected by their learning differences can feel frustrated and may avoid academic work or “act out.” Strategies for Learning specializes in understanding the cognitive and neuropsychological aspects of learning and we equip students with strategies that work for them.
Standardized Test Prep and College Applications
Preparing for standardized tests and college applications can seem daunting, especially to students without an advisor to guide them through the process. One-on-one and in small groups, we offer test prep and college essay writing and application assistance.
Students Traveling or Living Abroad
Video sessions make working with us possible, even from across the globe. We work with student athletes juggling busy schedules, families frequently traveling, and other specific situations.
For more information, visit HomeSchool Association of California.
Parents may also enjoy “20 Great Reasons You Homeschool.”