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Athletes have a term: cross-training.
It means training in a sport other than the one you specialize in. The goal is to compensate for a weakness in one training method, or an area in which an athlete is not particularly strong, by training to do something else that requires practice in a different way or with a different focus.
Students will often have a similar weakness. A student's weakness may not be so severe that they must move to a less-advanced class. But what options are usually available?
- Move to a lower-level class
- Hire an outside tutor
- Try to study more
- Struggle and hope for the best
- Why would you move to a lower-level class for a weakness in just some areas? That would limit the progress of your education to the level of your greatest weakness.
- Does an outside tutor know what you've been learning, what you're lacking, and what your history of problems has been? Will the tutor teach in the same, structured way as your regular class?
- If self-directed studying really worked for these kinds of problems, why would you need to bother with classes, instructors, and conversational practice at all?
Teacher Sammy's offers cross-training as a solution.
At any time*, a student with a difficulty in his or her primary classes may register for single lessons from any class: basic or intermediate instruction, grammar, or any of our innovative, life-relevant, single-class sessions, all with the same style, structure and benefits you have in your main classes.
Everyone will learn some things better than others. Everyone will have subjects that frustrate them. Teacher Sammy expects it, plans for it, and gives her students the tools to excel.
* space permitting