What Are the Biggest Challenges So Far this Semester?

For many students around the country, the new school year began this week. Some have been attending classes since last week, while others will head back before the beginning of September. At LearningRx, we love this time of year, as our brain training franchises begin connecting with students who are looking to improve their cognitive skills and become better learners. If you’re interested in learning about our educational franchise opportunities, then please contact us right away!

Even though the school year is less than a month old, there can still be some challenges that students have already come up against both inside and outside the classroom. With our brain training curriculum, students of all ages can overcome these challenges and increase their confidence. In this post, we’ll look at three challenges that may have already reared their head this semester.

A New School

Attending a new school can be very intimidating. If a student has moved from another city, then they may be feeling shy or hesitant to make friends. They may not want to contribute in the classroom, either because they don’t want to speak up, or they may not know the answer as quickly as the person next to them. Working one-on-one with a brain trainer can help them acclimate to their new school and feel more fearless in the classroom. Even if they’ve simply moved from middle school to high school, new surroundings can be daunting for many students.

A Certain Subject

Depending on their grade level, a student may be taking subjects that they’ve never before encountered. These may be required classes, or they may be electives, but whatever the situation, new subjects can present all types of challenges. If a certain subject involves a lot of reading or formulas, and the student is struggling with reading comprehension or math skills, then working with a tutor can be a good option. Our brain training offers a great alternative to traditional tutoring, and as a franchisee, you can help students overcome issues with certain subjects.

Social Interaction

Whether or not they’re attending a new school, or they’re taking new subjects, a student may have trouble interacting with their classmates. Answering a question wrong or not speaking up during a group project could make them feel embarrassed, and that embarrassment may carry over to the lunch room or the practice field after school. If a student feels that they have been teased or ridiculed by classmates because of something they did or didn’t do, then they may try to avoid social situations whenever possible.

One of the goals of LearningRx is to help students increase in confidence and feel more certain that they do know the answer to the teacher’s questions. By improving cognitive skills like attention and processing speed, a student can feel more inclined to contributing to a class or group project. This classroom interaction can lead to new friendships and more positive social interaction once the school day has ended.

A new school year can be very exciting, but it can also bring about many challenges that leave students feeling stressed or defeated. At our learning centers, a student works with a dedicated brain trainer who pushes them to become a better learner, but does so in an encouraging and uplifting environment.

If the idea of helping students appeals to you, then please contact us today to learn more about our franchise opportunities. We’re always excited to meet new people and learn about their passion for education. We’ll gladly answer any questions you may have, and provide you with details on how to start a learning center in your community.

We look forward to hearing from you!