A Discovery Session is designed to help your child overcome exam stress and build exam confidence.
This session is a face-to-face, or Zoom call which is run in a relaxed and informal way. You are welcome to be present if your child agrees. The aim of the session is to build trust with your child and help them to understand their preferred learning style.
During the session we will explore the difficulties your child is facing with their learning and offer practical suggestions to begin to resolve the problem areas. By the end of the session, you and your child will have clearer strategies for managing school work and revision and a larger toolbox of tips and techniques to stop them feeling exam stress.
A 90 minute, fully interactive and personalised learning coaching session.
Working over zoom allows us to be fully Covid compliant and prevents the need to travel.
Follow up emails to check on progress.
Option to continue further with the online Study Success programme to build on revision strategies as well planning and implementing learning skills.
Through understanding their learning style, previous students have reduced their exam anxiety and coped with exam pressure without their usual panic attacks – life is much less stressful when they feel that their studying and efforts are working, they have the right support for their exams and they aren’t worried about exam stress anymore.
Learning styles are the preferred way that students absorb, process and retain new information. There are a number of different models of learning styles and at Connective Learning we use a model that focuses on the 4 main styles: Visual, Kinaesthetic, Audio Tonal and Audio Digital.
Visual learners learn best through processing information they can see. This includes pictures, infographics, mindmaps and flashcards.
Kinaesthetic learners learn best through processing information where they can be hands-on, practical and active. Examples might be learning times tables using buttons or learning about history by acting out a scene. Often better retention occurs for kinaesthetic learners if they can move around whilst processing information.
Audio tonal learners learn best through processing information that they hear. They may also need to discuss information for it to be understood and retained. They learn best from listening to podcasts and recordings, using rhyme and rhythm to help with retention of information and sometimes listening to music while they study.
Audio digital learners learn best through processing information that is logical and ordered. They can receive the information a variety of ways (visual, auditory or kinaesthetic) but they need it to be clear and make sense. Examples of helpful tools for audio digital learners include flow diagrams, tables, charts, lists and bullets.
When your child discovers how their brain learns, they understand how to learn more quickly, how to learn without forgetting information and how to achieve greater exam success without all the stress and pressure that leads to burn out and poor mental and physical health.
Life is more fun and learning becomes easier.