What method does One-to-One Home Tutoring use to teach children with”Learning Disabilities” or “ADHD?
One-to-One encourages parents to respond to children in terms of learning “differences” rather than learning “disabilities.” Our brains are extraordinarily complex and as unique as our fingerprints and personalities. We are born with different talents and inclinations which unfold in stages, but at varied rates and proficiencies. Some children mature more slowly than others, but, if given time, patience, and encouragement, are able to catch up to their peers. Other children need more repetition and reinforcement before they can learn specific material. This, however, DOES NOT MEAN THEY ARE NEUROLOGICALLY IMPAIRED. There are many possible reasons for specific “developmental delays,” few of which should be considered permanent handicaps. Unfortunately, many teachers and parents react negatively whenever a student deviates from the norm and are unable to conceal their disappointment and concern. The child may sense this and become anxious. It is not only heartbreaking to see “stressed out