Focus on Learning Center -

Tutoring and P/SAT & ACT prep for the College Bound

Teacher ACT Workshops

Teachers hold the key to higher scores

Private Tutoring

Reawakens the joy of learning

The April test is over, and now the JUNE 11th ACT is around the corner. The final ACT will be offered July 16.

 

EVERYBODY, LISTEN UP!!  YOU SHOULD ALL take the June ACT test. WHY?

  • Students consistently score the highest on the June test.  School is out and the living is easy.  You have more time to prep and rest up.

  • The ACT releases the June test and your answer sheet and thus gives you the best diagnostic on the planet to use as you plan your next move.

  • Super Scoring will start with this test for all newcomers.  Repeat students can use this test to kick up their scores.  The June test is a total win-win.

Raise your scores and collect scholarship dollars.

YOU also have the choice of signing up for one-on-one ACT tutoring–THE PREMIER FORM OF ACT PREP!  All instruction is geared specifically for  YOU.

Check-in with our experienced subject teachers for help with

  • MATH (Algebra, Geometry, Trig, Calculus)
  • SCIENCE  (Chemistry, Physics, Biology)
  • HUMANITIES (English, Social Sciences)
  • Develop confidence in reading and writing.

Our address is 3610 Buttonwood Dr. STE. 200 Columbia, MO 65201

3610 Buttonwood

STE. 200

Columbia, MO 65201

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      Office Hours

Monday – Friday

(2:00 – 5:00 pm)

Please call the cell phone to leave a message

Tutoring  hrs M-F       9-7  Sat-Sun by appointment

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Cell phone number

(573) 239-4074

Email: FOLCI@

FocusOnLearningCenter.com

3610 Buttonwood

STE. 200

Columbia, MO 65201

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      Office Hours

Monday – Friday

(2:00 – 5:00 pm)

Please call the cell phone to leave a message

   Tutoring hrs   M – F   9-7       Sat-Sun by appointment

Cell phone number

(573) 239-4074

Email: FOLCI@

FocusOnLearningCenter.com

Our Services

Who we are

WE TEACH STUDENTS — NOT SUBJECTS

Focus on Learning offers students a nurturing educational environment for”new beginnings.” For 37 years we have worked with students to bring out their best to become confident and successful learners.

We are currently focusing instruction on high school students  Our goal is to offer these young men and women the individual subject tutoring and test prep for ACT, PSAT, SAT they need to succeed in college and in life.

At no time has education been more important.  Students will need the education to participate in a society that is. becoming increasingly technical and science-driven.  Good jobs will be available for those who are educated to fill them. 

Our goal is for every student to be college or vocationally ready — to have the reading, writing, math, and science skills that will lead to success in college and other post-secondary classes.

We are committed to working with Columbia Public Schools both as professionals and as a Partner in Education. We sponsor the MAC Scholar high school program, which works with historically under-represented students in Columbia Public Schools, offering ACT courses at no cost. Focus on Learning is proud to be a part of the rich learning community in Columbia.

“It is the supreme art of the teacher to awaken joy in creative expression and knowledge” 

–  Albert Einstein

Learning Styles Matter

Left Brain Thinkers

Left Brain learners rule the classroom. School schedules pose no problems because they are very time conscious. Assignments and test dates are remembered and even neatly entered into assignments books. Verbal and analytical, left brainers readily learn sequential skills : phonics, grammar rules, multiplication tables make total sense. Left brainers are verbal and enjoy reading and writing, building strong vocabularies in the process. Test questions make sense to them. They like to talk, debate, and argue. They follow multiple directions well and take good notes. The classroom environment is their natural home. Left brainers become our lawyers, neurologists, accountants, journalists , teachers, politicians, bookkeepers and bankers.

Right Brain Thinkers

Right Brain learners view the traditional classroom as a foreign land. Visual and spontaneous, they have little sense of time. Assignments are forgotten and test dates not remembered. Nonverbal learners, right brainers struggle mightily with routine classroom tasks: phonics and grammar make no sense, memorization of rote facts is difficult, spelling is hopeless, punctuation is ignored, and the meaning of questions remains an ongoing puzzle. Note taking is problematic. Right brainers only learn what they understand. Out-of-the box thinkers, they are not verbal but creative and intuitive, often giving the right answer without being able to explain how they got it. Right brainers are our artists, musicians, designers, architects, athletes, builders, surgeons and software designers.

Our Team

Ene-Kaja Chippendale, Ph.D.

Ene-Kaja Chippendale, Ph.D.

President of Focus on Learning

ACT English/Reading Expert
Gary Moss, Ph.D.

Gary Moss, Ph.D.

ACT Math/Science Expert

Focus on Learning Team

Our teachers show students how to learn.

 

 

 

 

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