Fit Learning is different. We are not like traditional tutoring centers. Why?
• Fit doesn’t assign homework. Ever.
• All responsibility for academic transformation is on us. Not you.
• Our curriculum is individualized based on your child’s unique assessment results.
• Each child is celebrated for achieving their personal best, not how they stack up against other kids.
• We don’t provide homework help. Instead, we teach the skills that are keeping them from being successful in school.Ultimately, this will make homework time less stressful.
The Fit Learning Model:
informed by science, loved by learners.
The Fit Learning Model isolates core learning skills and trains them to fluency – a measure of true mastery or proficiency. Our Founding Directors, who all hold doctorates in psychology with a specialization in learning science, have been developing this method since 1998.
We craft warm, loving environments where learning is a joyful experience.
Fit Learning is currently the only organization in the world that combines the science of learning, precision teaching, direct instruction, curriculum-based measurement, and relational frame theory into one comprehensive approach.
Our method is a profoundly lifechanging process that consistently produces 1 to 2 years growth in 40 hours. We make learning effortless for the gifted and talented, average, struggling, or learning disabled.
Our program is not your traditional, one-size-fits-all education program. We consistently challenge our learners with fast-paced, 1-on-1 interactions. Like any sport, there are objectives, rewards, and a serious amount of high fives.
We value science as the crowning achievement of humanity. Educational practices guided by science should be a fundamental human right for every student on the planet.
Our Process Enhances the Learning Environment
We view a learner’s current and past instructional environments as primarily responsible for learning gains. Instructional environments encompass a vast array of features such as:
• how motivational systems are designed,
• how learning materials are designed and presented,
• how responses are prompted, secured and strengthened,
• how feedback is provided,
• how learning is measured and evaluated,
• how instruction is modified based on this evaluation, and
• how skill mastery is determined and produced.
A life of learning begins with the first step.