Going online to find learning solutions for your child can be daunting.

This site will direct you to the tools you are looking for, and give you the insight to make your own and your child's academic day more manageable with brighter outcomes.

Digital learning offers a way to customize unique resources for your child’s unique learning needs and interests.

Ask yourself: Why are you here? What information are you looking for to help your child? Do you have problems to solve, or are you just curious about how digital learning works, and how you can better manage existing resources.

You can go directly to Let's Go Online tab, or you can follow the checklist below and our navigational tabs to first evaluate where your child is in the learning process.  We will then show you how to set up a digital learning plan that augments his or her school work, or is independent of the regular classroom and simply follows the intellectual curiosity of your child.

Here is a simple checklist for you to learn about your child:

We can begin with a simple checklist. These are characteristics of a student working below true potential. A student may be highly intelligent, but unable to process effectively. These behavioral symptoms may affect your student: Answer Yes or No

  1. Shows strengths in some academic areas and severe weaknesses in others.

  2. Teachers say, "He doesn't apply himself." Could excel if he would only try harder. Parents say, "He is too social," or "He parties too much."

  3. Attempts to memorize tests. Does not comprehend overall concepts due to the failure to understand lectures and discussions

  4. Unable to quickly analyze and remember graphs, charts, or formulate when presented in class.

  5. Taking class notes is difficult, and loses the meaning in the process.

  6. Poor test-taking behavior. Can not analyze what the test question is asking. Has poor thought flow on essay questions.

  7. Easily distracted; poor attention span.

  8. Lack of self discipline. Must be urged to complete class assignments.

  9. Unable to organize thoughts; written communication is out of proper syntax and seems garbled.

  10. Misinterprets visual and hearing cues in the environment, both socially, and in the classroom.

  11. Can not follow oral or written directions. Can not remember the series in exact order.

  12. Unable to draw conclusions from reading material.

  13. Has problems with mathematical concepts. Higher math levels are difficult.

  14. Poor cursive writing; prints everything.

  15. Poor organizer. Messy. Doesn't know where to begin with assignments.

  16. Impulsive or overactive.

  17. Appears hurt or anxious when helped or corrected.

  18. Fails to maintain eye contact when conversing with authority figures.

  19. Procrastinates. Leaves school projects until the last minute.

  20. Becomes anxious or freezes under test pressure.