Learning is Engaging and Effective with 1:1 Online or In-Person Tutoring 

NRICH Tutoring sessions are online with Zoom meetings. We can work with students anywhere in the U.S! Contact us if your child struggles with reading or math, or just needs support with their work while they are at home. We use games and other interactive learning techniques to keep students engaged. If your child struggled with online classes, please know that 1:1 online tutoring is much different than online classroom learning.

In-Person Tutoring at our New Richmond WI location:

One-on-one Tutoring in a private office provides support to meet the needs of students, while using safety measures to provide a healthy learning environment. All students will be given a temperature check when they come in. We have plexiglass germ guards on tutoring tables, hand sanitizer, and cleaning between each student. Students have individual bins for all their supplies. 

Students who meet in the office will be able to check out books (which are in a Book Quarantine for 3 days upon return). Prizes (for those who win a game against their tutor!) are on shelves so options are easy to see without touching other items.

SMALL GROUPS: We have space for six students to have their own learning space and to be 6' away from others. We will do temperature checks for each session and each desk will have hand sanitizer. Students will have their own supplies. Following local school guidelines, masks are no longer required for students.

VACCINATIONS - All tutors have completed COVID Vaccinations. Masks are no longer required for fully vaccinated individuals in our offices.

Literacy Tutoring Space
Small Group Space at NRICH
When is tutoring needed?
  • Child is falling behind peers

  • Grades are suffering

  • Loss of interest in school

  • Homework is increasingly difficult

  • Child is increasingly anxious for tests

  • Resistance to schoolwork

  • Teacher or counselor recommends

  • Child needs more challenges

Get a checklist  here: 

8 Signs that Tutoring is Needed

Boy homework frustrated
Different Students 
Require Different
Approaches to Learning

Each learner has individual needs and learning styles. Tutoring sessions begin with needed academic work but also include enrichment activities, which provide a means to motivate and engage students with hands-on, minds-on learning. These empower the learner by tapping into their interests and personalizing learning.

 

In the classroom, the pace may be too fast or too slow. Key concepts may be missed due to this or if a child has too many absences. With tutoring, we go at the pace of each student.

Students with Dyslexia may be unable to keep up with reading assignments; they need extra help to retrain their brain with a structured literacy approach. Check out our information on the Reading + Math Lab where we can help students with Dyslexia and those with Dyscalculia (math difficulties).

Benefits of Tutoring

Tutoring Can:

  • Increase confidence

  • Enhance academic success

  • Increase subject-specific knowledge

  • Improve work habits

  • Improve attitude to schoolwork

  • Encourage higher-level thinking

  • Promote self-regulated learning

  • Meet learner's specific needs

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Help for Homeschooling

Love of Reading Book

If you are new to homeschooling or a veteran who just wants a little help, NRICH Tutoring can make your life easier. Small groups are forming around topics so stay tuned for topics, dates, and times!

Contact Dr. Judie at NRICH Tutoring for a Free Consultation!*

*A free consultation is a conversation (15-30 minutes) by phone, email, Zoom, or in-person. Often, a first meeting (in-person or on Zoom) is followed by an evaluation of the student, which is billed for 1-2 sessions. 
In The News
COVID-Slide is a Real
Worry for Educators and
Parents

Online school or school at home followed by summer off from school may have some detrimental and long-term effects on student achievement. 

10 Reasons the U.S. Education System is Failing

"Time spent in the classroom is simply not enough for teachers to instruct every student, to teach them what they need to know. There must, inevitably, be some interaction outside school hours."  

- Matthew Lynch, 8/27/15

Two-Thirds of Parents Admit They Can't Help Their Children With School Homework Because It's Too Hard
 

Half of parents admit Googling for help when their children are not looking. 

 

-Ollie Gillman 1/11/15

Don't worry - just call NRICH Tutoring Services at 715-246-0008 for help today!