This FREE membership to the Half-Circle Program seeks to improve your child's life.
Who this course is for:
- Parents who want to help teach their children who are struggling with school due to Dyslexia
- Teachers who'd like to offer additional support to their dyslexic students
- Parents/Guardians/Instructors/etc. looking to help students with Dyslexia, ADHD, or other similar learning differences
For Dyslexic Students taking the half-circle course:
This course will guide dyslexic students toward being capable of writing basic to intermediate level sentences with few grammatical and spelling errors.
For Advanced Students taking the half-circle course:
For High school students taking the SAT or ACT, the verbal sections will provide a method for drastically and permanently increase and improve their vocabulary.
Does your student struggle with:
- Feeling Scatter Brained?
- Feeling Overwhelmed with Overthinking?
- Difficulty Focusing in the Classroom Due to Lack of Interest?
- Having Ideas Flying Around at Light-Speed in Areas of Interests BUT with Little to No Organization?
In this program you will receive methods for:
- Organizing one's brain for optimal output
- Increasing focus in the classroom
- Utilizing word analysis
- Permanently remembering a large vocabulary
Who Can This Help:
- Dyslexic or learning different students
- General Education Students looking to take the SAT or ACT
- This can even help with Grad students looking to take the GRE
- Improves vocabulary for: GRE, GMAT, LSAT, and MCAT.
With this Program You'll Also Get:
- 1-Year Access to the Membership Area
- Access to the Most Asked Questions and Answers
- Access to Previously Recorded Videos (up to 1 month)
- Access to Instructors on a weekly basis for guidance
- A downloadable PDF and Workbook
Are there any course requirements or prerequisites?
- Motivation and a Positive Attitude
- Minimum of 1 hour a week (typically 2 to 4 hours per week is suggested)
- A computer or tablet with a standard, physical keyboard (non-touchscreen)
- A Student must be in 5th Grade (10 years old) or above