Grounded in sound learning science, our programs employ strategies such as chunking, linking, context-setting, and scope & sequence to drive towards desired outcomes.

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Story-based Learning

Storytelling is a powerful approach to learning, allowing students to better understand and remember content through narratives that provide a student with context that aids learners in framing and understanding information.

“Story-based learning increases learning retention by 20X”- Dr. Jerome Bruner, Harvard University

Project-based Learning

Project-based learning aligns well our story-based approach in our programs from an empathy perspective and in terms of synthesis.

“Studies show that project-based learning can increase retention of content and improve students’ attitudes towards learning." - Strobel & Barneveld, 2009
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Multi-modal Learning

By presenting information in various formats (sound, text, image, graphics, etc), our programs heighten student understanding.

“What does multi-modal learning mean? In a nutshell, it means that the more different ways you learn something the more you will really learn it! The more different ways you learn something, the more you will remember it! The more different ways you learn something, the more you will genuinely understand it!”- Lazear, 2008

Empowering Adult Learning with Science-backed Strategies

Our innovative product leverages 'Chunking' and 'Spiraling', scientifically-proven techniques tailored for adult learning. 'Chunking' distills complex ideas into digestible units, while 'Spiraling' revisits and reinforces these concepts over time. Discover a learning environment thoughtfully crafted to optimize adult understanding and knowledge retention.

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Autonomous ESL + CNA Credential Program

Working with our partner, EnGen, ReadyCNA can be paired with  a personalized, CNA specific language instruction, enabling an onramp to a career as a CNA.