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Personalized Learning

Every brain is a distinct combination of abilities, skills, and traits and a distinct way of comprehending and storing information. The human brain learns best through a combination of stimuli. When acquired knowledge is well-linked with prior experiences and other knowledge, comprehension and retention are greatly enhanced. Studies prove that such depth in comprehension is best achieved through multi-sensory learning. 

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Individualized education is more efficient and can show significant improvement in a child’s development

Tailoring a child’s education to their respective pace and ability brings about an exponential boost in the child’s overall learning. It improves their reception and retention of knowledge and allows for a consistent rate of progress

A personal rapport between an educator and a pupil creates healthy learning conditions for the child, reinforcing their education

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Parental Engagement

Parents and carers are the child’s first, longest-lasting, and most important teachers, advocates, and nurturers. Positive parenting and strong engagement are central, not supplemental to promoting their overall development and wellness, including social-emotional and behavioral development. Studies also prove that parental engagement in the child’s education is directly linked with improved academic performance and also promotes a better attitude towards school and education.

Parental engagement boosts the child’s cognitive and social-emotional development

By being involved in the child’s learning, parents can provide a certain consistency to their development

By teaching their child, a parent spends productive time with them, getting a clearer perception and a better understanding of the child’s abilities and progress

A good parent - teacher relationship also makes for a more comfortable school experience for the child

Directly being involved with the educational content the child learns from, enables the parent to assist the child if needed, teach them more efficiently, and even

Insights & Analytics

Progress and development are the sums of many factors. Where academic performance may explain the child’s retention and knowledge, it is hard to measure the child’s understanding of subjects or concepts. For a more consistent understanding of a student’s development, a teacher must have knowledge of the child’s minutest progress. Knowing enables the educator to efficiently support their pupil’s development and make improvements in the education of the child wherever necessary.

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Numbers and comparison of consistently recorded student data gives the educator a clearer perception of the child’s education

Regular insights prompt improvement in the child’s education

With increased performance supported by analytics and insights, significant academic improvement among students can be achieved

With detailed insights on individual students, an educator can ensure the best learning experience for every pupil individually, greatly augmenting the child’s reception and retention