Removing Obstructions to Education
Our Most Important Goal Is to Help Your Child Learn How to Learn.
Self-regulation is an important part of school readiness. Studies show that children with strong self-regulation skills have a better chance of academic success, and it’s easy to see why. Self-regulation is required in order for a child to focus on scholarly tasks, interact positively with classmates and instructors, and respond to instruction and assignments. In addition to directly educating your child with regards to the early academic skills they’ll need to succeed in school, we eliminate the roadblocks that could otherwise impede academic progress, enabling them to thrive and learn in a school environment.
Self regulation skills include:
- Curb impulsivity in order to follow class rules
- Plan for and communicate physical needs (including bathroom and snack breaks, etc.)
- Cope with challenges and disappointments
- Maintain attention and focus on educational tasks
- Interact positively with teachers and classmates
- Separate from parents as necessary