Kids have flexible brains. That's why they question everything!
We start as young as possible working with students and their teachers K-12. Our work encourages children to learn through inquiry, to grow to become life long learners – active, engaged citizens.
Don't students need to become more self-reliant? And don't teachers need to develop a learner-centered, inquiry based strategy to be able to guide their students to make this changes? Aren’t your students the most valuable resource in your school?
This shift to learner-centered can help the whole school.
By helping kids cultivate navigation skills at an early age, they approach critical problems with confidence and agility. And when we help the teacher shift her/his role to trusted illuminator, the student is free to become his/her own teacher.
All of our work follows an iterative process. We believe "Failure is the best teacher: Success is the best reward."
Looking for something? In our talks with some exceptional elementary public and private school teachers we have been graciously welcomed into classrooms to help meet the challenges they and their students face firsthand. It's this extended access that has allowed us to innovate to help kids become critical thinkers and doers, cooperators, iterative strategists equipped with the skills they need to succeed.