Engenius Learning launch Online Tutoring Program in Willow Glen, San Jose CA

WILLOW GLEN, SAN JOSE March 30th, 2020. Engenius Learning recently launched their all digital Online Tutoring learning curriculum at their 4 Tutoring Centers in the Silicon Valley area with an option for a Free no obligation 3-Session Tutoring Trial at all locations.

San Jose, United States - April 1, 2020 /PressCable/ —

Engenius Learning Centers have launched their all digital customized learning curriculum for students in the Silicon Valley area, and are offering a no obligation 3-Session Free Tutoring Trial at any one of their four locations.

Further information can be found at https://engeniuslearning.com/online-tutoring-now-available

Engenius Learning have developed and implemented a sophisticated program with 100% of their learning curriculum available online. The interactive and collaborative whiteboard they use allows students to work simultaneously with the tutor, and that whiteboard is saved to review in the future.

Mike Flynn, President/CEO said “No matter the situation, Engenius Online Tutoring can help. No one-way videos that can’t answer questions or address specific needs. We are still here with your favorite tutors, our great support system, and our all-digital curriculum. Engenius is now online, in real-time, ready to help. Since students can’t come to us, we will go to them, virtually!”

With the postponement of school, Engenius Learning are providing:

1. Support for most AP classes! Helping students understand the content and getting ready for the exam.

2. Support for math, English, writing, and most subjects taught in school from kindergarten to college.

3. Curriculum for those who do not have a structured educational path that leads to next year.

4. ACT & SAT Prep in all subject areas (while the tests have been postponed, they are not going away).

5. Tutoring to help catch a student up or help them get ahead by building skills in reading, writing, math and Study Skills!

6. A structured recurring routine that will help keep a child motivated, positive, and most importantly, learning!

Flynn also stated that “The technology we use allows us to replicate the face to face tutoring experience when students can’t come to us. Our curriculum is 100% available online, so there is no loss with students working from home. With our video conferencing and collaborative whiteboard app, students feel connected to the tutor and have the ability to work “side by side” on the same problem despite being miles apart.”

After using the new platform, Engenius centers have been reporting that kids are enjoying the online tutoring experience as much as face to face, if not more.

More information about Engenius Online Tutoring and details of the 3-Day Free Tutoring Trial can be found by visiting https://engeniuslearning.com/online-tutoring-now-available/ or by calling Mike Flynn at (408) 265-7393

Contact Info:
Name: Mike Flynn
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Organization: Engenius Learning Center
Address: 1445 Foxworthy Avenue, Suite 50, San Jose, CA 95118, United States
Phone: +1-408-265-7393
Website: https://engeniuslearning.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88951965

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