Golf Evolution strives to transform butterfingered putt pendulators into stroke-savvy sultans through a geometry-based teaching technique that has the golfer shift their weight forward to help them push and draw the ball. The skilled instructor bestows zen-like tips upon students, such as approaching the ball from the inside and making sure the club strikes ground in the proper place, preventing unwanted geysers of boiling magma. Games are technologically improved with a high-speed video swing analysis from ultramodern Analyzr software.
Reading Innovations Center's successes in tutoring can be attributed to the selfless dedication of its two tutors. Ann Gavazzi and Sandra Rieger have both earned Master's degrees in education, and they draw on their years of work as educators to create innovative tutoring plans for students of all levels and needs. Throughout all of their programs, they collaborate with students' regular teachers to address areas in need of improvement, and they perform regular testing to ensure progress. Whether it's English as a second language or dyslexia, the teachers have honed a methodology to tackle it. Reading Innovations Center provides all the materials for classes as well, including problem sets.
The main aim at Pairings is to promote viticulture and gourmet cuisine in the region, highlighting Ohio's many award-winning wines and curating experiences for visitors to try something new. Inside, visitors can take a tour of more than 2,000 acres of vineyards without moving an inch, sipping samples, purchasing glasses of wine, and finding their favorites before taking home a bottle or two. Those seeking out a more engaging experience can sign up for one of the center's many classes, which are cultural, culinary, and wine-focused. Stop in for a cooking class, or bring friends along for an evening of painting, wine-drinking, and accidentally dipping brushes in wine glasses during one of the cork and canvas classes.
The mission of the Roger Tory Peterson Institute of Natural History is to continue the legacy of Roger Tory Peterson by promoting the teaching and study of nature, and to thereby create knowledge of and appreciation and responsibility for the natural world.
Since 1990, McKissock has been teaching students to navigate fields ranging from real estate to architecture through classes conveniently located in virtual classrooms accessible right from your own home. Courses unfold on an online interface with intuitive navigation tools and an array of special features, such as student chat. Classes award credit hours to students with the full approval of all regulatory agencies, opening up new career opportunities in industries such as home inspection or land surveying. McKissock's ever-growing course catalog helps novices leap into a promising new job through licensing, continuing education and professional development.
Sit Puppy Sit's founder, Tammy, has been breeding dogs since 2004. She knows what it takes to break them of bad habits, to crate train them, and to socialize them with both people and other dogs. And she can do all of that over the phone—or through face-to-face computer technology such as Skype, Google Hangout, or FaceTime. She knows it seems unorthodox, but she has seen great success with her method, and her clients love that they can consult with her on a quick lunch break or during one of their kids' after-school activities.
Tammy's prep classes help prepare people for a new dog and discuss why new puppies do what they do. For instance, she teaches people that a young puppy won't fetch a ball thrown to the side not because it disdains such a futile activity but because its eye-tracking speed is too slow to follow a ball that fast. She also teaches pet owners how to teach their dogs basic commands and social skills, as well as how to teach them more advanced skills, such as calmly riding along in a canoe.