ISR Difference: Your child will be working hard during lessons and they will be tired afterward. Since many young children do not engage in many activities for longer than ten minutes, ISR of Lake Lanier takes advantage of the prime learning span without exceeding it. Miss Robin keeps her lessons within the 10 minutes to avoid muscle exhaustion.
Although 10 minutes may seem like a very short lesson, remember that each lesson is private and your child is getting the undivided attention of the instructor. This lesson though short is very intense. Most group lesson are only 30-45 minutes in length with as many as 6 children in each class. This equals only about 5-7 minutes of actual instruction time for each child. Before deciding that your child can't possibly learn in such a short lesson, come and observe one or more ISR of Lake Lanier lessons.
ISR has implemented the 10 minute maximum lesson length to ensure the safety of the student. Vasoconstriction checks and the condition of the abdomen dictate the end of the lesson not the clock (parents always notice that Ms. Robin NEVER wears a watch).
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