The Learning Success System is a simple method parents can use to help children overcome learning difficulties. It simplifies the process and enables a parent to work at home with their child.
The Learning Success System is convenient for both children and parents.
It minimises high costs of learning centres.
It uses cutting edge neuroscience research.
The strategy for learning is divided into three parts,
- calm the emotions
- incorporate the body
- build up the fundamental skills off learning
The site offers a learning difficulty analysis which is really useful. You could discover that it’s just one micro-skill that your child needs to make learning easier.
The system helps children with specific problems such as ADD/ADHD, Autism, Dyscalculia and
Dysgraphia. It’s also helpful for children who just find learning difficult. they may be struggling with a specific problem, or falling behind their class mates.
On starting learning success you are introduced to the Key Tenets, or the philosophy of learning success. It’s very detailed and includes such things as micro skill, grit, emotions, nutrition and multi-sensory approaches.
The program is customisable to your needs but the suggestions are that you start out with some exercise for your child. There is a short video which explains why this is important. It’s something that is being realised a lot more these days, even my kid’s school are experimenting with an little exercise before learning.
Then you need to do a cross-lateral exercise and a micro skill exercise. These exercises are explained in detail as you work through the process and you can choose which ones to do with your child.
As you continue with the course you add more micro-skills until you are doing enough to fulfil your allotted time commitment. You decide at the beginning how much time you are going to spend each day following Learning Success.
You are also asked to journal the learning Success journey. This keeps you on track and focused. I spent a little time with my child each day recording what we had done.
You will soon develop a routine but it’s good to break it up once in a while, play a game or listen to an audio book. We are learning Spanish by reading and listening to audio books. We do this activity once a week, it’s different and fun.
I love that the rules are not set in stone because everyone is different. You make your commitment which suits you and your child, this can be 15 minutes a day, 3 times a week, 15 minutes a day, 5 times a week, or 30 minutes twice a week…you get the idea. Commit to something you know you can do.
Each day you will receive an e-mail with a link to the day’s exercise(s) There are little videos each day which don’t take up much time. The content is varied and interesting for both parent and child. You can access all of the lessons all of the time in your member area. This is why it is so customisable.
I have found the Learning Success system easy to use and very helpful. It’s nothing like any learning system I’ve seen before. There are also forums for you to connect with other parents and ask questions or share your experiences.
The Learning Success Blog is filled with brilliant posts about learning difficulties and ways of looking at them which are probably very different to ways that have been looked at before.
Would you like to try Learning Success for yourself? I’ve been given one account to give to one of my readers and all you have to do is fill in the rafflecopter widget. Please read Terms and Conditions below.
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Disclosure: Learning Success allowed me access to an account in return for my review and competition. All opinions formed are my own.
This would be fantastic for my son Ibby, who has autism xxx
Hi Anne, I've not had any experience of a learning system like this, but it does sound good. Being able to take things at your own pace can be the difference between success and failure and setting a child up for success is always the better option.
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