FAQ

1. How the Onsite program is different from Study at home program?
In the Onsite program student works in a small group with the teacher. The concepts are taught and the homework is provided. Consistent correction and feedback helps the students improve. The classes run in the evening.
On the contrary, in the study at home program the concept and practice sheets are mailed or student comes to the onsite session and takes the packet home. He or she can come the following week for the correction and feedback. A new assignment will be given. Their regular weekly feedback helps the students to strengthen their skills.

3. What are the programs K-12 Guidance offers?
K-12 Guidance mail program offers Mathematics and English Reading & Writing program for Grades K through Grades 8.
K-12 Guidance onsite program offers Mathematics and English Reading & Writing program for Grades K through Grades 12.

4. What is GUIDED PRACTICE program option?
‘Study at Home’ program offers GUIDED PRACTICE option. Grade-level concept and practice sheets are mailed on weekly basis. All weekly assignments get evaluated by K-12 Guidance for feedback and enhancement. The program provides concept sheets to learn the skills and 6 practice worksheets/per week (vocabulary, spelling, grammar, language mechanics, writing enhancement tool, writing task) to apply the skills.

5. How GUIDED PRACTICE works in ‘study at home’ program?
In ‘study at home’ program, in the Guided Practice the concept and practice sheets are mailed every Thursday. The completed worksheets are to be mailed back to the K12Guidance for evaluation and feedback in the self- stamped envelope. The student gets one set per week. The evaluated sheet with the feedback is mailed back the following week with the new assignment.

6. What are six levels of learning?
Six levels of learning gives a brief overview of the topics that the student will learn.

7. How the K-12 Guidance sets the learning level for the student?
When the student signs-up with K-12 Guidance, the set of Diagnostic Test is taken to baseline the academic Level. It is applied to both the program options: Onsite and “study at home”.

8. My son does not like writing. How K-12 Guidance program will help him?
K12 Guidance REAP structure – Read, Enrich, Apply, Practice – of instruction gradually creates the interest and student does not feel he or she is forced to do any task. Moreover, offering small tasks, constant practice, and consistent positive reinforcement keeps the student motivated.

9. Some children are not strong at their math skills. How K-12Guidance math program helps them?
K-12 Guidance learning levels cover all the concepts and strands that any student needs to succeed in his or her grade level. Each weekly assignment provides ample practice of both basic and logical reasoning.

10. When can I get my child enrolled to this program?
K-12 Guidance programs are offered through out the year, thus the student can get enrolled to any program at any time.

11. Can the student leave the program any time? What is the process?
Yes, student can leave the program any time. Give a one month notice to inform when the student plans to discontinue.

12. Do we have to pay enrollment every time when we come back and join the program?
If the break is more than 3 months then the enrollment fee is charged again.

13. Why should my child join K-12 Guidance?
K-12 Guidance provides virtual learning as well in-person opportunity to the students to enhance their English reading and writing skills.

14. What other programs K-12 Guidance offers?
K-12 Guidance offers PARCC English and Math practice. Also, K-12 Guidance offers NJAsk Science Grade 4 and Grade 8 for practice sessions.