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2024 Active Learning Winter Intensive Program Registration

Date: December 13, 2023 (Tue) ~ February 24, 2024 (Sat) - [A total of 11 weeks]

An opportunity to unleash children's boundless imagination and stories
Date: December 13, 2023 (Tue) ~ February 24, 2024 (Sat) - A total of 11 weeks

An opportunity to unleash children's boundless imagination and stories
the Tree Group l School of Life - Active Learning Center

2024 Active Learning Winter Intensive Registration

To create an opportunity for children to explore their boundless imagination and tell their own stories, The Tree Group Active Learning Program will launch the Winter Intensive Program on December 13th. The goal of the Active Learning Program is to help children who suffer from learning delays due to conditions such as language acquisition delays, attention deficit, behavioral or emotional disorders, developmental delays, or social problems to transition to a new school and lead a more normal life. We diagnose the psychological issues and symptoms children have through comprehensive psycholo-educational assessment, as well as their language development and learning status. 

School of Life: Introducing a student’s story from the STREAM program.

From birth, child A was exposed to three different languages and, due to the impact of COVID-19, had difficulty in language development as he couldn’t see other people’s lip movements behind masks. Other people’s inability to understand his speech led to communication difficulties and child A experienced frustration and emotional regulation difficulties.

The comprehensive psycho-educataional assessment showed that the child’s strengths were working memory and English listening skills. Based on this, the team developed indivdiualised psychological education strategies to help the child actively use his strengths. The strategies involved reading picture books at the child’s language level to improve receptive language skills and devised strategies to expand his imagination and develop his thoughts by encouraging him to express curiosity about the content of the books. Additionally, the child was encouraged to practice writing and pronouncing the key vocabulary from the picture books, resulting in an increase in the child’s confidence in language.

Through behavioral therapy, the child was able to improve his ability to attend to the teacher’s lip movements and received training in emotional regulation strategies, which helped reduce problem behavior. The child no longer inappropriately expressed frustration and did not refuse to learn. Through the Active Learning Program, the child was able to identify and utilize his strengths to receive treatment for his clinical behavioral problems.

Through the 2024 Winter Intensive Program, we hope that children can use their strengths to tell their own stories. If you have any questions or would like to register for the Winter Intensive Program, please feel free to contact us at any time.

Date: December 13, 2023 (Tue) ~ February 24, 2024 (Sat) [11 weeks]
* For the Winter Intensive Program, the participation period may vary for each student due to school or individual schedules.

5 days a week from Tuesday to Saturday / 5 or 6 hours per day

Weekly Program Structure
Clinical therapy sessions: 1 hour (or more, depending on the individual)
Active learning sessions: 12-15 hours
Learning behavior modification sessions and self-directed learning (ABCMM): 9-14 hours
Total of 25-30 hours per week
Since the program is tailored to individuals, the time allocation may vary.

Registration inquiries: / 02-557-8823

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The First Learning Experience for Children with ASD

Q: My child is suspected of having an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), referred to the Tree Group and asked to join the Active Learning Program. What will be the first learning experience the child will encounter? 

Can Pick Out Chicken Breast from a Chicken Salad

A student who easily gave up reading if a passage seemed any bit long or difficult to read due to delayed language development came to join the School of Life-Active Learning Center’s psycho-educational program.

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