TUTORING AND EDUCATION SERVICES

AIP FACULTY TUTORING

 

DAYS: M-TH (Days vary by instructor)

TIME: 3:30-4:30PM 

 

Tutoring is used to enhance the learning process for students. Tutoring is a positive piece of  a student's academic journey and should never be viewed as a negative aspect. Students who work with tutors develop stronger time management and study skills. They gain an understanding of their personal learning style and how to capitalize on their strengths. AIP Faculty offers tutoring for all grade levels after school. *Please note: Group Tutoring is based on current performance and parents will be notified if their student needs to attend.  For Individual Tutoring services, please refer to your teacher's packet for tutoring times and cost (average cost is $20/hour). Also, please inquire about our phonics, reading, and math specialist. 

Education Standards

AIP follows the Georgia Standards of Excellence (GSE). To learn the standards for your student's grade, please click the following link:  https://www.georgiastandards.org

Free Practice Supplements

Practice supplements assist with the reinforcement of concepts after tutoring.  Here are some free online practice supplements. If desired, there are subscriptions for total access.

1. Splash Learn (Phonics & Math): www.splashlearn.com

2. Room Recess (ELA & Math): www.roomrecess.com

3.  Out School (All Subjects): www.outschool.com

4. Starfall (Phonics & Math): www.starfall.com

5. Cool Math 4 Kids (Math): www.coolmath4kids.com

Learning Assessments

Learning evaluations, also called educational assessments or educational evaluations, are a series of tests and observations that provide insight on how a child learns and their current level of knowledge, skills, and abilities. Evaluations give professional clinicians the information they need to understand a child’s learning profile, diagnose a learning disability, and create the plan that will help a child overcome their learning differences.  There are six types of learning evaluations and assessments. The six types of learning evaluations include educational evaluation, neurodevelopmental evaluation, neuropsychological evaluation, occupational therapy evaluation, psychoeducational evaluation, and speech-language evaluation. Learning Assessments help create Individual Education Plans (IEP). IEPs assist education teams and parents with developing the plans, tools, settings, and reinforcement techniques  a students needs to be successful.

At AIP, we understand that from time to time students may have a different way of absorbing academic information.  This difference in thought process DOES NOT stop students from achieving academic success. Learning assessments, for students in the private school setting, are not covered under The Individuals with Disabilities Act. Often, parents have to seek assessments through insurance or pay out of pocket. Evaluations, under certain medical professions, can cost between $3,000-$6,000. Below are economical options for student learning assessments:

1. Georgia State University:  https://rcld.gsu.edu/evaluation

 

The RCLD at Georgia State provides comprehensive standardized assessment for students with suspected learning disorders.

These affordable assessments:

  • Are for students experiencing academic difficulties related to reading, writing, math, learning, attention, organization, communication and mood.

  • Identify learning differences and make recommendations for individualized accommodations that may be appropriate for the postsecondary environment.

2. University of Georgia:  https://www.rcld.uga.edu/evaluation-services

The RCLD provides comprehensive, affordable assessment services for students experiencing academic difficulties related to reading, writing, math, learning, attention, organization, mood, and anxiety. Disorders commonly diagnosed at the RCLD include Learning Disabilities, ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorders, Depression, Anxiety, and Acquired Brain Injuries. The services provided by the UGA RCLD include comprehensive standardized assessments for students with suspected learning disorders. Assessments not only identify learning disorders but also make recommendations for individualized accommodation packages appropriate for the postsecondary environment.