MAKING SUCCESS POSSIBLE
Are You Building Bridges or Walls?
We live in a world of walls. Walls that divide things into small manageable pieces, or so we think. Our goal in separating things is to understand them better, but over time, this method of understanding becomes restrictive and limiting. What started out as a way to better define things or manage them becomes a set-in-stone method. In educational circles, this looks like programs that are ineffective being continued on after their usefulness has expired. Or perhaps a lack of innovation because “we’ve never done it that way before.” The walls go up until we are a fragmented system in which no one area communicates meaningfully with the others. I believe this happens across all forms of education, not just in public schools. Colleges, churches, private schools, extracurricular classes, corporate training rooms…all of these places are full of walls that divide their members. So how do we fix that? Is there a solution? The answer is yes, there is. Build bridges.
Making success possible is what we do.
“Ralph Waldo Emerson said that the man that can make hard things easy is the educator. I believe he must have been talking directly about Michelle! She has a way of reaching the students that are being lost in the school system!”Deborah // Tutor
“Before starting with Michelle Gunnin our nights consisted of daily meltdowns and pure frustration. Our daughter would never bring home her homework or anything to study for tests. Her grades dropped quickly. Now she has all passing grades. She brings home her work (most of the time) and the meltdowns are rare now. Michelle is great to contact the teachers so she can work on what’s coming up. So glad we found MG Educational Solutions.”Amy // Mom of 7th Grader
“We are so thankful for this tutoring program! As a homeschooling mom, I feel Michelle Gunnin has been a wonderful asset in helping my son with the academic areas in which he is struggling. Her experience and knowledge are invaluable!”Joanna // Homeschool Mom
“Thank you for helping me learn to read! I love you!”Courtney // Third Grader