|"Freedom and constraint are two sides of the same necessity - to be who one is and no other."
~ Antoine de St Exupery
We can group your students for greater compatibility in their classrooms.
First, our grouping system can offer practical benefits such as improved class behavior, improved attendance and better academic focus which will lead to higher academic achievement, higher graduation rates and a lower rate of teacher stress and burnout.
Beyond these specific benefits, we can help your school generally become a more wholesome, healthier community and a happier environment for the development of your students.
Today there are many serious and dangerous social issues gestating in our educational system. Bullying & violence, a lack of appreciation of the benefits of education and a high dropout rate threaten to create a more primitive and divided society. Children thrown together randomly can suffer greatly from simple misunderstandings. We can help sort this out by grouping the children for greater compatibility.
We offer three free demonstration classes with your actual students.
Money Questions? Money need not be an issue! We suggest that you review our three free demonstration classes first. Then if you want to use our grouping system for your school, we can help your school contact several foundations who will help you to afford the service for your school. This step toward improving your school can also help to bring more funding to your school for other projects. Your students and their development are the primary concern. We'll work with you to help your school excell!
|"If we value independence, if we are disturbed by the growing conformity of knowledge, of values, of attitudes, which our present system induces, then we may wish to set up conditions of learning which make for uniqueness, for self-direction, and for self-initiated learning."
~ Carl Rogers
Individuality is key to a fulfilling life. Children with well-developed individuality engage their creativity. Creativity encourages a desire to be appreciated for one's contributions. This in turn awakens social awareness and responsibility which exhibits as good behavior. Over time, these steps enhance the development of integrity. Encouraging children's individuality helps them to really understand and appreciate the social contract and the benefits of civilized society. When children feel free and encouraged to be who they are, they develop a high degree of tolerance and compassion for others.
|"Never forget that the purpose for which a man lives is the improvement of the man himself, so that he may go out of this world having, in his great sphere or his small one, done some little good for his fellow creatures and labored a little to diminish the sin and sorrow that are in the world." |
~ William E. Gladstone
Your students can learn how to understand much more about themselves and others. They can learn much more about their own abilities, potential directions in life and possible roles in society. Undoubtably your school has some stars who have found their direction and purpose early in life, but most students will benefit from more guidance to help define themselves and discover their abilities, their challenges and their directions.
|"The aim of education is the knowledge not of fact, but of values." |
~ Dean William R. Inge
Our Educational Grouping System can help your students enjoy a more rewarding, meaningful and productive school career and better prepare them for life. They will benefit from knowing themselves and others better. This technique can help you in your efforts to provide an environment that will enhance their character development and social skills. Your school can help them prepare for life in very specific ways previously beyond the scope of the normal educational system.
|"Boredom will always remain the greatest enemy of school disciplines. If we remember that children are bored, not only when they don't happen to be interested in the subject or when the teacher doesn't make it interesting, but also when certain working conditions are out of focus with their basic needs, then we can realize what a great contributor to discipline problems boredom really is. Research has shown that boredom is closely related to frustration and that the effect of too much frustration is invariably irritability, withdrawal, rebellious opposition or aggressive rejection of the whole show." |
~ Fritz Redl (When We Deal With Children)