Individual tutoring sessions are offered in reading comprehension and written communication.
Individual tutoring sessions are also offered in mathematics for grades 1 - 3 only.
The basic skills development classes are designed to focus on providing academic reinforcement for students that have not mastered foundational skills in reading, written communication, and mathematics and need reinforcement in those areas. Classes meet once a week for one hour on Saturday. For information on the schedule of classes, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
“Summer learning loss” or “summer slide” is considered the loss of academic skills and knowledge over the course of the summer break. The Basic Skills Summer Enrichment Program is a five-week program specifically geared towards helping students avoid summer learning loss by providing classes in reading comprehension skills, written communication skills, and mathematics skills (grades 1 – 3). Classes meet twice a week for one hour on Tuesday and Thursday. For more information on the schedule of classes, email email@example.com.
Because college life requires a great deal of structure and focus, it can be difficult for students to keep up with the demands of the increased workload. It can be even more difficult for students who have been diagnosed with a disability such as autism, ADD/ADHD, or a learning disability to keep up with the demands of the increased workload. B. L. Academic Services offers support to students who have been diagnosed with a disability such as Autism, ADD/ADHD, or a learning disability transitioning from high school to college.
The support includes helping students:
· Determine area of study.
· Determine appropriate class load.
· Review syllabus for each class.
· Organize materials needed for each class.
· Organize assignments for each class.
· Keep up with assignments for each class.
· Make appointment, if necessary, to speak with an instructor or the financial aid office.
· Become familiar with college campus resources.
B.L. Academic Services offers support to young adults who have been diagnosed with a disability such as autism, ADD/ADHD, or a learning disability to look for employment after transitioning from high school.
The support includes helping young adults (18-22):
· Look for positions
· Apply for positions
· Prepare for interviews
B. L. Academic Services provides advice to parents/students as it relates to educational and academic needs. Instructional and curriculum guidance is provided to help with special education needs and effective teaching methodologies. Assistance is also provided to help develop academic goals, improve student achievement and engagement as well as behavior management.
· Individuals who have been assigned to take remedial writing classes due to college placement scores.
· Individuals with special learning needs.
· Individuals who desire additional targeted support for writing paragraphs and essays.
To enroll in the Adult Fundamental Writing Seminar students must be 18 years of age or older.
· Sentence structure
· Paragraph writing
· Essay writing
*Dates Subject to Change*
November 19, 2022
December 17, 2022
9:30 am Check-in Seminar 10am - 2:30pm (30-minute break included)
Registration is required and is limited to ten people to provide optimal individual support. Interested participants can register online at https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10C0F4DAAAE2CA0FEC61-adult beginning October 3, 2022. Payment is due at Check-in.
For a copy of the Seminar Syllabus, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
*Site Location: 1125 West Street, Suite 200, Annapolis, MD 21401