Family Case Studies
Is It Really Possible…
…to earn better grades in less time?
…to eliminate homework fights in my house?
YES! It’s possible to do both. Below are case studies from actual clients who’ve dealt with common homework problems, discovered solutions, and reaped great results!
1. “He’s Not Working to His Potential!”
Kyle, an 8th grade student with ADHD, was failing most of his classes. His teachers all agreed his greatest problem was missing assignments. His mother was completely exasperated; she knew Kyle did most of the assignments, but they never made it back to school. Every day, they fought intensely about homework! Kyle also complained that he didn’t understand what was going on in class or anything he read in a textbook. Aptitude tests indicated that Kyle was very bright, confirming exactly what all of his teachers said, “He’s just not working to his potential.”
The Solution… in the He’s Not Working to His Potential Case Study.
2. “I Work Hard, but My Grades Don’t Show It.”
As a junior in high school, Kathryn was a “good” student but was often frustrated because her grades never seemed to reflect her effort. “It’s hopeless!” she said after receiving a low grade on a math test for which she spent hours preparing. She was also overwhelmed with writing assignments. She had a major research paper to do over the following quarter and felt paralyzed by it. “I don’t even know where to begin,” she sighed.
The Solution… in the I Work Hard, but My Grades Don’t Show It Case Study.
3. “Homework Is Destroying Our Family!”
As a mother of two girls, ages 9 and 11, Nancy was becoming increasingly more frustrated by the nightly homework battles in her home. “I can’t sit and do every piece of homework with them because I have to get the dishes done, lunches made, do the laundry. Yet, they freak out when I leave the room then fight with me about how to do their work. It can’t continue this way or homework will actually destroy our family.”
The Solution… in the Homework is Destroying Our Family Case Study.
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