Empowering Independent Thinking

Today, it’s more important than ever for students to become independent thinkers and self-directed learners. In tomorrow’s workplace, they’ll be expected to learn-on-the-go in order to solve problems we can only imagine today. To help them meet those future challenges, we’ve designed our curriculum to give students progressively more responsibility for their learning as they advance through our program.

Shifting to a More Student-Centered Approach

Our curriculum encourages students to interact and engage more directly with the material. In effect, the curriculum “speaks” directly to students:

  • Inviting younger students to read along with videos of classic children’s books.
  • Instilling numbers-sense with interactive counting games.
  • Prompting older students to independently explore new concepts in math, science, literature, and history.
  • Encouraging students to take on increasing levels of responsibility for their work.