To teach youth a healthy way of expressing themselves through art and creativity in hopes of producing a more valuable generation of young adults who inspire others. To serve as an outreach to the community of Cleburne and surrounding areas.
Your student will develop the following skills:
- Leadership skills
- Community Involvement
- Multisensory and Student Centered Approach
The use of movement, touch, visual aids auditory presentation in the classroom environment really help children retain information faster. Combining arts with academics teaches children that learning can be fun. The student centered approach to learning incorporates inquiry-based learning and cooperative Learning. This method advances students’ social and emotional growth.
Providing a multi-sensory learning experience often makes learning fun for children who suffer with learning disabilities such as dyslexia. Some kids just don’t learn from black and white paper. Some kids are naturally creative and have a hard time learning from stacks of books. Those same kids can retain a world of information if it involves sight, smell and touch.
The important thing to remember is that to learn is a goal… not a method.
There are many methods of teaching and learning styles, none of which are necessarily wrong.