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Why is my Child Underperforming at School?
Mandy Mason BCBA, Director, Fit Learning Australia
Incorporating Fit Learning Methodologies Into Elite Sport
Joshua Ross, 2 time Olympian
Can you answer yes to any of the following questions about your child?
- Getting Cs and Ds at school?
- Lacking motivation at school?
- Struggling with homework?
- School wants to get your child diagnosed with ADHD or another learning disability?
Fit Learning works with students who are underperforming at school including those who have significant motivational barriers to attending and working hard at school.
These behaviours can significantly impact a child's success both at school and outside of school, including challenges in doing homework.
Utilising the science of Applied Behaviour Analysis and following the results of a Comprehensive Skills Assessment, an individualised tailored program is designed and The Fit Learning Method™ employed to train your child to fluency in core subjects of reading, maths and essay writing. This form of “cognitive fitness training” produces improved memory, heightened confidence, increased resistance to distractions and fatigue, and the ability to quickly and effortlessly learn new things.
The result is a profoundly transformative process that consistently produces 1-2 year’s’ worth of growth in 40 hours of instruction.
All Fit Learning™ sessions resemble a sport, where your child participates in fast-paced, goal-oriented, one-on-one interactions with a Fit Learning Coach.
Mandy will present on the deficiencies of education that result in children falling behind at school or not reaching their potential.
Joshua Ross, 2 time olympian and sponsored by Fit Learning, will also be presenting on his journey as an athlete and how he incorporates behavioural principles into his training regime as an elite athlete.