[ALC] Introduction to “I can!” Series

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Every child at the School of Life-Active Learning Center applies their own unique interests, special abilities, and individualized learning strategies to their learning environments as needed. A uniform learning strategy may act as hindrance to a child’s learning because any strategy that works for one child can be a strategy that never works for another child. In this “I can” series, we are going to introduce you to how individualized learning strategies built on the psycho-educational philosophy of the Tree Group have helped children overcome their challenges in learning situations and fostered academic progress. 

The first in the series is the story of a child who easily gave up on reading because of the delay in language learning development. This story will give a good example of how utilizing an object which a child personally feels familiar with or likes as a learning strategy can lead to improving his or her academic progress. Please look forward to the post that follows!