There are TWO battles you face–
- The emotional battle in just getting the child to school each day,
- The battle of wills and the trauma you face during homework time.
Does this resonate with you?
You send your child to school to learn, get good grades, and build a great character…
But instead of an enjoyable process of learning, they don’t know how to do their homework.
Or worse yet, they say that they did their homework when in reality, no homework was submitted.
It breaks your heart. You wish the best for your child.
Whether it is detestable math or complicated chemistry, your child would rather be playing their favorite games or watching TV. Because they take no interest in “hard subjects.” And to be honest, aren’t all the subjects “hard” when they’re new?
The truth is, your child is smart and extremely capable. It is just a matter of finding the right approach to allow him or her to demonstrate their potential.
You want your child to succeed not just in school but in life as well, right?
Is there a way to make the learning process enjoyable and fruitful? So your child can reach his goals:
and In Style!
Introducing the Fegan Method of Learning
Where your child can engage in smooth sailing throughout school.
You no longer need to engage a tutor for every subject your child studies to ensure he/she passes all their classes.
It’s the complete system that teaches your children an easily repeatable process for learning and retaining knowledge.
It is a simple 6-step process that allows your child to excel at school and beyond.
Who am I, and why should you care?
My name is Rebecca Fegan. I have been a teacher for over 50 years. And I am a mother of 5 and a grandmother of 5.
I have taught my own kids as well as thousands of students throughout my teaching career.
I have discovered an approach to making the learning process much easier.
How do I know it works?
When one of my children, Sean, was four grades behind when he “graduated” to 8th grade, we decided to use this method. I homeschooled him for a year and he zipped past his schoolmates. Yes, that’s right. In a single year, he jumped at least 5 grades!
That’s when I knew I had to share my process.
I have implemented my methodology on many, many students (over half a century and counting😅) and the results were astounding!
One of my students was labeled by his teachers as unteachable in music. However, we identified that his brain just worked differently than others. After 3 years, he qualified and became the only freshman in the varsity band. Another was diagnosed as autistic and no other teacher would work with him. After 3 years, he was ahead of the students that started at the same time. Another, (I called her my little genius) was bored with school and just didn’t apply herself to what she thought was mindless activity. The teachers labeled her lazy and uncooperative and told her parents that she should look for a community college and get into some vocational area of study. She graduated Magna Cum Laude in Nursing at the University after she was told she’d never get INTO college.
Let my students speak for themselves:
Rebecca is an excellent teacher! She is very good at breaking down complicated concepts and is very patient with you during the learning process. A+!
Rebecca is a great teacher. She zeros in on your individual talents and needs. I must say, I’m doing better than I ever thought I would, and I know it is because of Rebecca’s insights into her students and her knowledge.
I love having Rebecca as a teacher. She works at my pace and is easy to learn from. I have really enjoyed my sessions and would recommend her to anyone who wants to improve.
Simply put, learning occurs naturally through experience and is applicable to any task. By following the methodology and process the application works on almost any endeavor. I’ve used it in financial investing, gardening, and other daily activities. That is one of the advantages of this method, you do not need intervention to correct errors and progress. My personal experience has validated the method works and works well.
How does it work?
● It makes use of information, skills, and experiences the student already has.
● It relates new material to existing material and focuses on making it relevant to the student.
● It only uses rote memorization for vocabulary and allows the student to apply this new knowledge in a variety of ways
● It empowers the student so he learns at his own pace and in the style that allows him to retain what is learned as long as he needs it.
It is simple.
Just reach out to me, and we can have a conversation about how I can help your child succeed at school and beyond.