Lynn’s learning center: Lynn’s Learning Center | Dorr, MI
Lynn’s Learning Center | Dorr, MI Frequently Asked Questions
What subjects/grades do you teach?
We Teach/Tutor students from Young 5’s through 8th Grade in all subjects. For High School Mathematics we go through Algebra II.
How does online tutoring work?
We meet via the platform ZOOM. High speed internet and a computer with a webcam are needed. There is a “white board” we can make use of if needed and can share documents. If there is specific homework, we ask that you email the link/assignment so we can share the document to make things easier.
Will my child get homework from Lynn’s Learning Center to work on in-between sessions?
The answer to this is variable. It depends on what your child is in need of. If your child needs help keeping up with homework, then probably not unless it is to give them extra practice in a difficult area. We don’t want them to feel overburdened. If it is reading, then I always want students to read each night for at least 20 minutes, or quickly go over some vocabulary. Summertime is another story all together. It is a time to keep up with what they have learned and look ahead to what is to come in the next year. I ask for about 1/2 hour a day in various learning activities + 20 minutes reading. This keeps them accountable and promotes good study habits. I have started a Google Classroom for both my online and office students to keep up with their work.
What are your hours?
My office/online tutoring hours (EST) are:
Monday 9:00-12:30, 1:30-7:30
Tuesday 9:00-12:30, 1:30-7:30
Wednesday 9:00-12:30, 1:30-7:30
Thursday 9:00-12:30, 1:30-4:00
How often do you recommend tutoring for a student?
The answer to this is variable as well. It depends on your child. Are they behind in school? I would say 3 times a week. Does your child need help with one subject only a little as a reassurance then I might say only once a week. It completely depends on your child and their needs. It may be that your child may start out 3 times a week but later may change to 2 times then eventually only once as a check in or boost.
Do you allow drop ins?
If your child has been a student of Lynn’s Learning Center for a while and has “graduated” from tutoring but all of the sudden has a big test that they are anxious about, then yes, they are welcome to drop in for a little help. If it is someone shopping for a tutor and they just want to drop in to see, then no. The relationship between a Tutor and Student is important and it takes time to build that relationship of trust for the student to accept the help they need.
How much do you charge for tutoring?
$30/hour – Quite reasonable compared to many tutors. I want this to be affordable for those that need it.
How do you accept payments?
Office Visits – I accept Cash, Check, PayPal (which accepts all major credit cards)
Online – I invoice through PayPal (which accepts all major credit cards)
Payment is expected at the time of service or you may prepay if that is more convenient.
How do I sign up for tutoring for my child?
Please go to the Contact Us page and fill out the questionnaire. I will contact you soon and we can talk in person to see how I can help you and your child. We can schedule your first appointment at that time.
4185 Proline Ct. Suite D
Dorr, MI 49323
Lynn’s Childcare Development Center – SC Child Care Services
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Deficiencies are listed in broad categories and are available online for 36 months. We encourage you to contact your region office for an explanation of any of the deficiencies, or for additional information about this facility’s compliance. Resolved “On Site” means that a violation was resolved during the Licensing Specialist’s inspection.
These are the most serious violations of child care regulations and could pose a risk to the health and safety of children. If you would like an explanation of any of the deficiencies, or would like additional information about this facility’s compliance, please contact your regional office.
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Note on Frequency of Inspections
Centers, Group Homes, and Licensed Family Homes::
In 2014, legislation was passed that changed the number of unannounced visits from two per year to one per year in Child Care Centers, Group Child Care Homes, and Licensed Family Child Care Homes. As a result of this new law, you may see a decrease in the number of deficiencies listed on this website for these types of providers. Unannounced visits are still made in response to a complaint, and visits are scheduled with the facility during the re-licensing process, which occurs every two years.
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Most family homes are registered, not licensed. In 2014, legislation was passed that allows Child Care Licensing to make one unannounced visit to these homes each year. As a result of this new law, you may see an increase in the number of deficiencies listed on this website for Registered Family Child Care Homes. Unannounced visits are still made in response to a complaint. Click here for an overview of each facility and the requirements they must meet according to state law.
Training: Internal Lin-trainer of the enterprise. Training in Lean Manufacturing
Training duration : 32 ac. hours
Description of the training:
The success of the implementation of Lean production depends on the constant training of the work team. The course will help specialists master advanced technologies for transferring knowledge and skills in the use of Lean tools, implement them in the practice of their enterprise, and acquire the skills of a Lean trainer. The purpose of the course is to prepare its participants to create an effective system of in-house training and development of personnel in the Lean production system.
For managers and specialists included in the working groups for the implementation of Lean production, internal trainers of enterprises, Lean trainers, specialists responsible for training and developing personnel
After studying the student will know:
• Methods for training personnel in Lean manufacturing tools
• Approaches to training certain categories of employees: managers, specialists, operators
• Technologies for the development and implementation of in-house training programs
• Skills for building a corporate knowledge base in the field of Lean manufacturing
• Methods of effective work with personnel in the conditions of implementation of changes
Module 1. Designing a system for training and developing personnel when implementing Lean production
• Formation of corporate knowledge base
• Distribution of powers. Development of regulations
Module 2. Lean Competence Development System
• The Twelve Competencies of Lean Manufacturing and their content
• Peculiarities of development of competencies in certain categories of employees of the enterprise: top managers, middle and lower managers, specialists and operators
Module 3. Forms and methods of corporate training in Lean production technologies
• Motivational seminars, trainings, on-the-job training, distance learning, kaizen assaults, self-study programs, competitions/competitions, business quests and business simulations, coaching
• The choice of one or another method of training depending on the goal/task being solved
Module 4. Development and implementation of practical exercises at the enterprise
• Purpose of application and types of exercises
• The study of exercises aimed at mastering the conceptual apparatus of Lean production
• Waste Identification Exercises, Process Cycle Efficiency Exercises, Flow Mapping Workshop
Module 5: Developing and Running Business Games
• Purpose of application, types of business games, stages of game development
• Overview of used games for training production personnel
• Business simulation as a thematic business game. Business games on the topic “Lean office”
Module 6. Technologies for developing and conducting certain types of workshops
• Development of web courses, business simulations
• Methodology for organizing and conducting a kaizen assault
• Development of competencies through coaching
• Peculiarities of development of Lean manufacturing competencies: visualization, DMAIC problem solving, PDCA thinking, etc.
• Participation and analysis of the methodology for conducting a business game “From Processes to Lean Manufacturing”
Module 7. Features of training in the 5S, TPM, SMED system
Module 8: Managing Lean Change
• Planning for change. Tactics and stages of change
• Guides and initiators. Communication support for changes
• Forms of overcoming resistance at the group and personal level
• Mistakes in the implementation of innovations