For most students, one-to-one instruction can provide the best results in the briefest period of time. An individual learning plan that includes individual instruction should result in a minimum of five sessions each week of one-to-one instruction in a specific area of weakness.
For students with severe discrepancies between aptitude and achievement or for students with weaknesses in multiple areas of functioning, up to twenty hours of individual instruction each week, using multiple programs, may be recommended. Instruction may take place in our Ojai learning center, in the student’s home, or at the student’s school.
Small Group Instruction
Working in groups of three to five students is a great option in situations where individual instruction is not feasible. All of the instructional programs can be implemented in groups, which are arranged according to age and ability. Group work may provide the best learning environment for students who are motivated by the small group setting. Groups can be individually arranged or they are available on an ongoing basis through our fifty-session group programs.
Fifty-Session Group Programs
Fifty-session group programs require a minimum of three participants. All classes can be taken through one-to-one instruction if an appropriate group is not being offered during the current session. After-school groups take place over ten weeks, five days a week, for fifty-five minutes each. Summer sessions take place over five weeks, five days a week, for two hours each.