OTHER THINGS PARENTS SHOULD KNOW:
We assess, document and improve your child's growth and development.
Regular communication updates with student's family/guardian - keeping you well informed of child/children status.
Special 'visitations' day for parents/guardians - get familiar with what your child is learning.
ACTIVE LEARNING SKILL FORMS THE HUB, AND IS SUPPORTED BY OTHER KEY ELEMENTS:
Current and long-term social outcomes for student(s).
Academic skills needed for future school success.
Behavioral and Social conditions.
Due to the educational climate and post-war tragedies in Liberia and now with the Ebola epidemic, we're also providing group counseling and counseling techniques for our staff so that they can become effective mediators for both students and their families. More importantly, they are given a fresh start in life and have an opportunity to make a positive change...a new Life begins!
IN THE BEGINNING-THERE WAS A TEACHER
TEACHERS MAKE A POSITVE IMPACT
TEACHERS CONTRIBUTES TO SOCIETY
TEACHERS ARE THE ROAD MAP
TEACHERS SET HIGH EXPECTATIONS
Facilitators will guide your child in developing their communication and learning skills. Throughout our programs, we recognize that each child is different in personalities as well as academically.
We help each child recognize the benefits of education and social behavioral development while establishing a sense of 'self'. It is essential to guide them towards a more productive lifestyle so they understand that 'positive' action creates 'positive' results. This does take effort and work.
Teachers will have some freedom through our plans so that students can work both independently and cooperatively.
Our structured programs will allow individuals to conquer poverty through education. Our Programs are essential; it teaches moral values, good citizenship, character building and skills that prepares youths for tomorrow's world regardless of social or economic background.
Despite growing investments in Liberia, the educational resources still fall short. The school system in Liberia and that of the United States, continues to show a decline in academics properity for all. There are not enough teachers and activity programs to keep children busy and out of mischief. Each year, more youths are left alone at home to fend for themselves.
A child's educational experience must be positive both physically and psychologically or else, students will begin to show less interest in assuming the roll of being responsible as well as loosing site of their educational needs. We are here to help prepare them for the future, to become career focused and self-sufficient individuals.
THE IMPORTANCE OF GLOBAL EDUCATION
Global education is imperative in our world as technology continues to evolve. It allows us to be interconnected, inter-dependent, as well as, provides us with the ability to shape the future of our world.
DOES IT MATTER WHERE I AM?
AGE 3 & UNDER
AGE 11 to 15
*Because of the poverty stricken countries that we work in, the ages of students will differ -- we allow these exceptions
AGE 4 to 6
AGE 7 to 10
program will allow your child to gain self-esteem,as they become more ready to be active participants. They are able to explore ideas, asking questions, and interact more confidently with their peers and teachers.
Programs are designed to encourage and support children’s social, emotional, physical and intellectual development. as they continue to be involved in daily learning experiences.
Hands-on experiences chosen to boost communication techniques and incorporating daily activities in both small and large groups.
We integrate 'mind' skills of critical and creative thinking, and emphasizes on understanding of its learners. students participate in collaborative conversations on a variety of topics as well as introduce high-quality children's literature to promote a love of reading in addition to encouraging students to practice writing letters and words so that they can familiarize themselves with under-stadnig the fundamentals of every-day communication.
We support asking and answering thought-provoking questions. It helps with expressing thoughts, feelings, and ideas - ensuring that each child begins at a 'comfortable starting point'.
We integrate 'mind' skills of critical and creative thinking, and emphasize on understanding of its learners. students participate in collaborative conversations on a variety of topics as well as introduce high-quality children's literature to promote a love of reading in addition to encouraging students to practice writing letters and words so that they can familiarize themselves with the fundamentals everyday communication.
We support a child's creativity to asking thought-provoking questions. It helps with expressing thoughts, feelings, and ideas - ensuring that each child journey begins at a “comfortable starting point”
Our Learning Center give students the opportunity to expand their
knowledge base and skills by integrating several subjects. Those in will learn to make meaningful descisions related to real life - implementation of project-based learning.
Students must learn how to take on additional responsibilitiesso that they will be capable of building on the three 'C's -- [Character, Community, and Cultural Development]. It helps to ensure that they can become problem solvers and lifelong learners with the anticipation of being ready and able to further their educational aspirations.
HELP US RAISE FUNDS
Contact us if you would like to be a part of our
2015 GALA EXTRAVAGANZA
We integrate 'mind' skills of critical and creative thinking. Students participate in collaborative conversations. We promote the love for reading and hands-on technology based studies.
STUDENT EXCHANGE PROGRAM
Students in the 8th through 10th grade maintaining a 'B' average or higher for eligibility to participate in our scholarship programs. They will travel to other countries to participate in a stringent three month educational program at one of our participating institutions. Students will also participate in community events that is designed to motivate and encourage them to succeed academically and in real-life.