Highly Effective Teaching (HET): The Highly Effective Teaching model is a brain-compatible model grounded in the biology of learning, effective instructional strategies, and the development of conceptual curriculum.
Montessori: The Montessori Method stresses development of a child’s own initiative and natural abilities through interactive manipulatives, multi-age groupings, peer teaching, and independent discovery.
Multiple Intelligences: The theory of multiple intelligences is a psychological and educational theory by cognitive psychologist Howard Gardner that suggests several different kinds of “intelligence” exist in humans, each relating to a different sphere of human life and activity.
Positive Discipline: Positive Discipline describes a way to build community among students and solve conflicts through student driven class meetings.
SMILE (Sensory Motor Integration Learning Experiences): A program involving gross motor movement activities, Brain Gym, and Yoga to develop movement and concentration.