In the initial months of its operation, MAGIC will define success through the promotion of a new, unique approach to education. Through the creation of technological platforms, MAGIC has, in essence, “socialized” peer tutoring by incorporating organizational programs into prominent teenage trends (such as: the Internet and iPhone Android Application Store) in the modern society. The utilization of these technological platforms by students of all ages, ethnicities, and genders, is MAGIC’s fundamental measure of organizational triumph.
An additional measure of success MAGIC will endorse is the vast social networking associated with the matchmaking process of academically struggling students with qualified, organizational scholars. MAGIC’s academic help sessions will revolve around an individualistic approach to peer tutoring. During a scheduled tutoring session, MAGIC staff members will wholeheartedly strive to address their particular student’s difficulties. Supplementary to a particular student’s academic growth through MAGIC’s programs is the fostering of an environment conducive to social interaction. By means of scheduled peer tutoring sessions, struggling students will receive the opportunity to expand their social network via sustainable, personable relationships with MAGIC staff members.
Finally, MAGIC will chronicle the key components to its matchmaking formula used to provide struggling students with academic assistance in the organization’s evaluation of success. MAGIC’s technological platforms will utilize a formula to match struggling students with qualified, organizational scholars that encompasses the following:
1) Select the Specific Academic Subject with which You Are Struggling
2) Select Your State of Residence
3) Select Your City of Residence
4) Select the Academic Institution You Attend
5) ***(Enter In Your School Specific Student ID Number for Verification and Safety Purpose. This ID Number Will Ensure that the Students Utilizing MAGIC’s Technological Platforms Are Who They Say They Are.)
6) Check the Following Boxes of the Days of the Week You Find Most Convenient for Tutoring
7) Click the “See The MAGIC” Button and You Will Be Presented with a List of Organizational, Scholars that Best Match the Specific Credentials You Selected. ***(If You Have Verified Successfully Your School Specific Student ID Number You Will Be Transferred to a Page with a List of Tutors that Can Provide You with Academic Assistance.)
Students in need of assistance will be presented with the contact information of organizational scholars who they can contact by email, text, phone call, or either platform’s database inquiry feature (where the tutor receives notification he or she has been requested for help through his or her account on either of MAGIC’s platforms). If MAGIC’s technological platforms are unable to provide students with sufficient assistance, contact information of MAGIC’s “Executive Board of Directors” will be presented to the students, which they can utilize to inquire about other means of receiving academic help. (Students can contact any of MAGIC’s “Executive Board of Directors” by email, text, phone call, or either platform’s database inquiry feature (where the specific Board Member receives notification he or she has been requested for help through his or her account on either of MAGIC’s platforms). By means of these available options for academic assistance, MAGIC will address the academic needs of all struggling students, regardless of age, ethnicity, or gender, (if these students wish to receive help). The ultimate measure of success for MAGIC, after one full year of operation, is the effectiveness of matching struggling students with organizational scholars who can provide help to the students at a date, time, and place convenient for both parties. If MAGIC’s matchmaking formula is successful, students will no longer be experiencing academic difficulty and, by choosing to participate in MAGIC, have placed themselves in an environment conducive to academic, social, and personal growth.
(Let it be clarified that when MAGIC refers to a "qualified, organizational scholar" it is referring to students that have shown extraordinary academic achievement in specific (or multiple) subject area (or areas), which has qualified them to provide academic assistance. The academic achievement of these students has been documented through School Specific Report Cards, AP Exam Scores, SAT/ACT Exam Scores, and SAT Subject Test Scores.)