WISE LEARNING - FROM THE FIRST STEP

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WISE LEARNING - FROM THE FIRST STEP

In working with school-age children, we noticed a negative trend. Increasingly, we meet parents who - with a dose of concern - talk about the difficulties their child faces in the first grades of primary school. As a prerequisite for enrollment in the School of Speed ​​Reading and Wise Learning is that the child goes to at least the 3rd grade of primary school (the child must be able to read fluently in order to master advanced reading techniques, but also other techniques that make up the School program), we have developed From January 2020, they introduced a completely different program in our schools - intended exclusively for first and second grade students - called Wise Learning - from the first step. The main goal of the Wise Learning program - from the first step is to encourage the developmental abilities of children of early school age, as well as help in overcoming learning difficulties - reading, writing, arithmetic, organization and extraction of important elements from the material, oral expression and self-confidence. Our task is to activate the learning capacities of children, focusing on all the things that children of that age can master, and through positive interactions to renew and enrich life experiences about space, time, about others, about themselves, about adults, about school, about life. The program is intended for children who go to the first and second grade of primary school, that is, children aged 6.5 to 8.5 years. The activities are organized in groups of 6 to a maximum of 12 participants, respecting the individual capacities of each participant, and are adapted to the individual characteristics of students in order to raise the level of their personal achievement. Our professional team consists exclusively of certified teachers for this program who have an affinity and experience in working with children. The program includes 64 school hours that make up a program lasting eight months.