• Step 1

    Choose an area of focus for your class

    Choose between a balanced, academic, or skills-based approach. Unless time is limited, we generally recommend a balanced approach.

  • Step 2

    Choose a middle or high school structure

    Middle school structures generally prioritize direct academic support and high school structures support skills-based support. Regardless of what grades you teach, you might want to play around with how different answers affect your structure.

  • Step 3

    Identify how many students you have in class

    In an ideal world, we are working with students one-to-one or in small classes. Understanding that isn’t always the case, we have also designed structures for larger class sizes.

  • Step 4

    Identify how much time you have

    It is critical to establish a regular meeting time with your students. While more time is always better, it’s still possible to do great things with a small amount of time.