Sunday, September 20, 2015

Eye Level Mathematics and Reading Program



For many years now, students in Asian countries have been leading the world in mathematics, reading, and science, especially China, Korea, and Singapore. This has been true for so long that it’s impossible for the numbers to be a statistical fluke, and educators and parents alike wonder how they do it. What is their secret?

The Program for International Student Assessment (PISA) tracks academic performance in more than 70 industrialized nations, producing a comprehensive report every three years. In 2012, the U.S. fell to 31st place in math rankings, with the aforementioned nations at the top. The study showed that only 2% of American students can generalize, conceptualize, and use mathematical concepts in creative ways. In Asian countries, it’s over 30%.

Surveys indicate that this educational excellence is the product of a belief in hard work and that students have control over their achievements, and a willingness to embrace a diversity of instructional methods to accommodate the different ways that individual students learn, with high expectations and confidence that even an ordinary student can achieve extraordinary results.

Eye Level Learning was founded in 1976 by Korean educator Dr. Young Joong Kang. His teaching philosophy emphasizes individual instruction with an incremental approach based on each child’s demonstrated abilities. Today, over 2.5 million children in 19 countries have received tutoring through the Eye Level program.

Could your child benefit from the Korean approach to learning? Contact your local Eye Level Learning center for more information on math and English programs, and how to enroll.

Visit our website to know more - www.eyelevelmanalapan.com

1 comment:

  1. Good Sharing, Eye Level Learning Center is a supplemental education and enrichment program. Their critical thinking program helps encourage students to think before they act, enables them to begin to reason better on facts rather than simply rely on emotions. Read more at: http://kidbuxblog.com/benefits-of-supplemental-education-for-children-by-eye-level-learning-center/

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