We want your child to learn confidently, so we createdThe Thrive Paradigm

The Thrive Paradigm

There are several steps to take before you can start to see your child’s grades improve. Once you do, you will see great results. To achieve these results, we’ve created what we like to call “The Thrive Paradigm” which analyzes three essential processes that take place during a learning session: Input, Process and Output.

Step One

Input

What type of task is your child struggling with? We will present this task audibly and visually to discover what type of input your child finds difficult.


Types of Input

Audible
Talking
Explaining

Haptic
Feeling
Immersion

Visual
Demonstrating
Acting
Written
Pictorial

Step Two

Process

How is your child’s brain turning the task at hand into information, and where are they getting stuck? We will observe how your child is processing this information.


Types of Processing

Attention
Filtering
Focusing
Impulse control

Memory
Short-term
Working
Long-term
Auditory
Visual

Reasoning
Inductive
Deductive

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Processing Speed
Executive Functioning
Organization
Problem-Solving
Self-Awareness
Self-Advocacy

Perception
Visual Sequencing
Visual Figure-Ground
Visual Discrimination
Visual-Motor Integration
Spatial Orientation
Symbolization
Conceptualization
Inter-sensory Integration

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Step Three

Output

After being asked to communicate this newly processed knowledge, we will formulate a unique learning approach for your child based on the type of response he/she gives.


Types of Output

Recognition
Recall
Yes/No
Same/Different
Body Movement/Gesture
Manipulation
Construction
Visual-motor
Auditory-motor

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“This course has been a wonderful gift to our whole family. Instead of battling over homework, my kids are plugging into a routine and they are more independent and successful in school.”

-Rebecca-

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