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In Fusion’s one-to-one classrooms our teachers are able to personalize for each individual student. This includes how course material is presented and how students are assessed. For students with dyslexia, this relieves their stress so they can focus on truly learning the material.
In a personalized, one-to-one classroom we’re able to tailor our instruction and approach for each individual student. This allows us to adjust to the way each student learns best. Though each class is customized, 在这里 are some strategies our teacher/mentors employ with our students with dyslexia:
Fusion Academy offers both middle 学校 and high 学校 courses. We understand how dyslexia affects learning and we have developed strategies to support our full-time and part-time students.
“My daughter was a senior in high 学校 when she was first introduced to Fusion Academy. She had always struggled with Dyslexia and had many challenges with both English and math. Her self-esteem had been completely destroyed by her public 学校, its teachers, and administrators. She was made to feel stupid and that her struggles were all her fault. She was beaten down, blamed for her problems, and was on the verge of quitting 学校 altogether. She then went to Fusion Academy.
In the first week, 我的女儿, for the first time in many years, came home happy, 自信, and feeling great about her day. It was completely different from the environment she had endured for 11.5 years in public 学校. She suddenly felt that she could do anything and actually succeed in 学校. She said she learned more in one day than she had that entire semester at her public 学校. She believed in herself. Her confidence was off the charts. She felt loved, supported, and motivated to learn.
Fusion Academy saved 我的女儿 from giving up on herself.”
——黛博拉 穆索梅利说, Fusion 洛斯盖多斯 Parent
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