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Active Learning Center
Our Commitment & Mission
“We have tried every way to help the student, but he still can’t learn the language. What shall we do to better help him?
She has no physical, psychological, or neurological problems, but struggles with learning and language acquisition. Please help her achieve academic improvement. “
The Tree Group’s psycho-educational program helps promote a child’s delayed language and learning development through psychological-educational strategies based on clinical treatment and scientific research…[Read More]
Active Learning Psycho-educational Program
The history of treatment for learning difficulties with advanced psychological knowledge that began in 1896. Dr. Witmer did not turn his blind eye to the children with delayed language development who came into his clinic and successfully treated them by applying his knowledge in psychology to clinical setting…[Read More]
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The Active Learning psycho-educational program is an open-class system
that invites the parents to observe their child’s behaviors and progress together
with the clinician and to learn how a psycho-educational strategy works.
If identical twins are found to be sufficiently more concordant than fraternal twins, then there is a significant contribution of genetic factors.
Did you notice that there is an arithmetic network in our brain?
The number module refers to our innate ability of processing numerical information.
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In 2003, Dr. Cho did not turn his blind eye to the children
who lost all their hopes because they could not acquire the English language at their English-speaking schools and
started providing bilingual comprehensive psycho-educational assessments.
Scientific Scrutiny of Psychology & Psycho-educational Program
How psycho-educational program works?
There is no set-in-stone syllabus for our psycho-educational program.
Because every child’s problem is complex and diverse, the Tree Group’s clinical team is
dedicated to conducting research for each individual child
and build the individualized psycho-educational curriculum for the individual child.
Phase Zero is the preliminary stage where an individualized psycho-educational program is prepared. After completing the Comprehensive Psycho-educational Evaluation, the clinician delivers the evaluation results and feedback to the parents and school professionals.
Upon completion of the registration in the Active Learning program, clinicians analyze the data from the Comprehensive Psycho-educational Evaluation results to set initial clinical and psycho-educational treatment goals and write detailed initial treatment plans.
After Phase 1, where initial treatment strategies are developed based on the IPEP and applied in treatment sessions until they become stabilized, clinicians continue with treatment according to the individualized treatment plan.
Among the clinical/psycho-educational strategies that have shown treatment effects during Phase 2, strategies that are necessary for a child’s behavior modification or learning progress at home or school go through the generalization process in the following ways.
Phase 5 begins after about two years in the program have passed. It is a step where clinicians re-evaluate and analyze how much the child’s cognitive, intellectual, linguistic, emotional behavioral, or social problems revealed from the initial Comprehensive Psycho-educational Evaluation have reduced.
The IPEP Individualized Psycho-educational Plan is indispensable for our psycho-educational treatment program to set in advance clinical and learning goals and treatment strategies according to the scientific procedures and to proceed with treatment systematically.
Unlike most educational settings where group-based classroom and curriculum are a norm, our individualized psychoeducational program is structured to treat one specific child’s impaired or delayed functions through psychological treatment strategies after identifying factors that contribute to delays in language acquisition and leaning as well as cognitive, intellectual, emotional, behavioral, social, and/or neurological problems that were initially identified in the results of the Comprehensive Psycho-educational Evaluation…
It is the place where children who could not speak
begin to speak,
the place where children
who were confused with alphabet reading and writing
begin to clearly recognize written words.
It is the place where children who suffered silently
begin to make wonderful eye contact.
Children and their parents are presented with small miracles!
It is our place.
Active Learning Center of the Tree Group
Evidence-based Clinical Treatment Program Strategies
The basic program approaches of our clinical treatment that is rooted on psychotherapy use various treatment techniques and strategies depending on the symptoms. Clinical Treatment strategies are carefully chosen according to the major psycho-educational treatment areas.
Language Acquisition and Language Development Treatment Strategy
The basic program approaches of our psycho-educational treatment for language and academic development are implemented individually depending on each child’s current level of functioning. The guideline below introduces some of the treatment strategies researched and applied in our sessions.
Evidence-based choice of program according to the psycho-educational assessment
As a clinical institution, the Active Learning Center has accumulated sufficient data to serve a child with a specific problem with an appropriate treatment program. The recommended period of time and number of hours to be taken in each program were set based on the analyses of participants’ treatment progress since 2003.
These treatment programs which were designed based on an Individualized Psycho-Educational Plan (IPEP) include a full-day program, after-school program, and intensive programs provided during school breaks.
The Bridge Program is designed for English-speaking students who are experiencing language transition issues or psychological difficulties as well as Korean-speaking students with extensive language acquisition delays followed by difficulty in following the standard school curriculum.
The Stream After-School Program is a treatment program for students attending either English-speaking or Korean-speaking schools who experience delays in language development followed by learning and emotional behavioral problems at school.
The Summer/Winter Intensive Program is a full-day program that takes place during summer and winter breaks. For primary school students, it runs from 10AM to 3 or 4PM and for secondary school students, from 10AM to 5PM. It is comprised of at least 1 hour of clinical session per week along with 12 to 15 hours of psycho-educational sessions and 10 to 12 hours of ABCMM as well as group sessions centered around a specific treatment goal.
심리교육적 평가를 기초로 한 과학적 선택
저희 Active Learning 심리교육적 치료 프로그램은 참여하는 방식과 기간에 따라 아래와 같은 프로그램을 운영하고 있습니다. 모든 프로그램의 기간과 시간은 2003년부터 많은 학생들의 치료 경과 분석에 근거하여 설정되었습니다.
IPEP Individualized Psycho-educational Plan을 기초로 임상치료적 효과 중심의 프로그램은 전일 프로그램과 방과후 프로그램, 그리고 방학 기간 동안 진행하는 집중 프로그램이 있습니다… [더 보기]