Today's test prep courses are leaving a lot of students behind. Typical in-person test prep courses, with up to 30 students per session, provide little opportunity for in-depth content coverage -- and certainly no time to consider each student's unique learning needs. Even these courses have become harder to find, as test prep has moved to online delivery with an even less personal approach.
Without instruction that meets their needs, students with learning or attention disabilities are often referred to private SAT tutoring, which can take a toll on your child's mental energy and your wallet. Other students may find themselves in a similar situation due to their distinct learning styles or skill sets.
We believe that our model is a fit for all learners. Students taking our course will benefit from the relationships they are able to form with one another in a comfortable, non-threatening setting, while also receiving instruction that is tailored to their needs. We believe that a small-group, in-person format is the best way to leverage students' strengths, build confidence, and prepare them to do well on the SAT.
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Shannon Bellezza, M.Ed., Ph.D.
Dr. Bellezza is the owner of Triangle Behavioral and Educational Solutions, which provides educational, coaching, and advocacy services to students and adults with and without disabilities. She specializes in creating curriculum and delivering instruction to students who need support beyond the classroom due to their unique learning and behavioral needs. Additionally, she is a teaching assistant professor at North Carolina State University in the department of Teacher Education & Learning Sciences and holds North Carolina teaching licensure for grades K-12. You can find out more about her services here: www.tbesolutions.com
Marti Maguire, M.A.
Ms. Maguire has over a decade of experience teaching test-prep courses, including SAT and GRE, and has co-authored and consulted on several test-prep books. She has also written extensively about education, among other issues, as a reporter for publications including the The (Raleigh) News & Observer. She earned her master's degree at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and is a professor of communication at William Peace University.