Tutoring is the single most effective teaching method known. If your child is struggling with the material, falling behind, or wants to explore a skill or topic more deeply, you can't go wrong with tutoring.
The RiT approach consists of four pillars:
Research-supported tutoring practices
Since the 1980s, researchers have identified best practices in tutoring. Our tutors are versed in these practices and use them to inform math and reading instruction.
By using data and formative feedback methods, we customized instruction to your child's needs. Unlike other tutoring agencies that use a rigid curriculum, RiT is nimble and responsive to your child's needs, constantly collecting information to improve practice.
The majority of K-12 students need some guidance to develop strategies and approaches for handling increasingly complex school material. We leverage research about executive function to help your child to become an independent learner.
A tutoring relationship is special because we spend so much time one-on-one. Our tutors learn about the nuances and uniqueness of your child's strengths and needs. As a result, a special bond forms between the instructor and the student. RiT relationships are built on the goal of your child becoming a better student.
Our goal is simple: To have your children experience the success and enjoyment of learning.