Learning & Teaching Techniques
Following the idea of mastery, we are determined to implement new ways to learn not just for students up to age 18, but also for others over that age, to obtain technical knowledge and credit concurrently and become life-long learners. With this we can create a hands-on learning environment for adults who might not want to participate in a classroom environment.
What makes a Great Learning Environment?
Unique learning and teaching techniques create possibilities for learners. Examples may include:
- Metacognition: A self-regulation study technique which makes thinking and absorbing, discernible to learners.
- Big Picture Learning: A learner-centered model with mentoring or apprenticing in the community, bi-weekly.
- Flipped Learning: Children are introduced to the materials at home then use class time for hands-on work with a coach/facilitator and their peers.
- Chalk talk: Key words and ideas are presented to the learner which makes it easier for them to comprehend. This provides a cognitive and cohesive approach to learning.
- Mind Mapping: A method of charting that helps students deliberate, assemble knowledge, recall and construct ideas
A method where students are actively (physically and mentally) involved in the process of problem-solving, creating projects, and any other learning process reflecting and using a real-world application. Many different soft skills are gained by using these methods.
- Social skills –through projects, teamwork and accountability
- Logical thinking skills -through analytical thinking, critical thinking, and problem-solving skills
- Emotional intelligence -by self-awareness, resilience and leadership skills
- Creativity with emotional awareness -through interesting viewpoints and unexpected solutions
Active learning is a fun and very diverse form of learning, allowing all the learner’s personality and abilities to surface and in turn, allows them to feel appreciated. This learning method is based in real-life experiences using active engagement by all learners.
Example: The student paints his organs on his body. They will never forget where their organs are
Training for Remote Viewing/Mid-Brain Activation/Telepathy/Extra-Ocular Vision
This innovative discipline is designed to augment the cognitive capabilities of the student by implementing a series of exercises that are designed to activate the third eye and the pineal gland (mid-brain activation) and awaken innate supernatural gifts that are available to all. Participants will undergo a series of exercises geared to elevate the vibration of the human brain, expanding the participants’ consciousness. These exercises are designed to develop the ability to maintain a state of presence at all times, even when actively involved in daily life activities. The training will allow the individual student to create new neural pathways in the brain, permitting the individual to develop the ability to see and perceive without the use of the physical eyes, releasing dependency on the known 5 physical senses.