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Learning improved through personal instruction

Inland Valley Daily Bulletin (Ontario, CA) April 10, 2008 By Neil Nisperos Staff Writer CHINO HILLS – The Huntington Learning Center recently opened shop to help children and adults succeed in school by helping them master concepts needed to advance in class.

The center’s tutors help students struggling with basic skills in reading, writing, mathematics, spelling, phonics, study skills, as well as other factors, through individualized instruction with a multitude of resources.

Tutors work one-on-one with students, and lessons are taught at the pace of each child, said David DeMott, manager of the Chino Hills Huntington Learning Center.

Educator Linda DeMott has been a substitute teacher in the Chino Valley Unified School District for 12 years and will oversee the tutors at the new facility. huntingtonlearningcenternow.com huntington learning center

“Anytime you teach students one-on-one, they can learn at their own pace and there are less distractions,” she said.

“They are more focused. Those kinds of benefits are here. In school, learning is not always on an individualized basis. You kind of have to go with the flow of the class. Learning comes at their pace.

“We don’t go on until they master that concept or that skill and then we go on and introduce other things.” Before students begin tutoring at the center, they are tested on a variety of subjects to see where weaknesses may lie.

The tutoring center offers material to brush up on the ACT, the SAT and a wide variety of subjects for school-age children to adults.

“The entire team of educators at the Huntington Learning Center is dedicated to helping every one of our students unlock his or her full potential for academic achievement,” said David DeMott. go to website huntington learning center

“With personalized instruction targeted to each student’s learning needs, we help students build the confidence, knowledge and skills that are vital for success in school.” The Huntington Learning Center, 2553 Chino Hills Parkway, will also work with local schools to ensure that area educators and guidance counselors are aware of the services that are offered to struggling students.

“We want all of our students to be prepared for the demands of higher education and the workforce, and we’re determined to work in partnership with local parents and educators to enhance what our team offers every student who enrolls in our program,” DeMott added.

The Huntington Learning Center was founded in 1977 and is a pioneer in the learning center industry.

For more information about the Huntington Learning Center, call (909) 606-4424, or visit www.huntingtonlearningcenter.com.

neil.nisperos@dailybulletin.com (909) 483-9356

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