Supporting to inspire

Individualization of educational programs for children with learning difficulties, emotional difficulties, behavioral difficulties and inclusive education

The purpose of cooperation and support is:

A unique offer for educational institutions

✓ building a system of understanding and an algorithm to help individualize student learning;
✓ organization of inclusive education;
✓ consultation and support for teachers, parents and management consultation.

Support for:

International kindergartens and schools
Homeschooling parents
Creative and musical studios
Private kindergartens and schools, colleges
Sports schools and sections
Family learning classes

Subjects you can contact us upon

Students behavior problems
Cognitive difficulties
Emotional states problems
Emotional burnout, constant lack of strength among teachers
Working with gifted children
Support for children with disabilities

Age of children we can help

The main task of comprehensive support is to advise teachers and parents on learning and behavior problems in children from 3 years to 18 years old.

Principles and approach

The main principle of working with each participant in the educational process is the most careful attitude, based on the principles of existential analysis and logotherapy - a psychotherapeutic direction that uses a phenomenological view of a person and his values.

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Strategy development stages

Building an individual strategy in the training of a student is divided into several stages, which include observation, diagnosis, approach development, support and regular analysis.

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The result

As a result of such work and deep analysis as follows:

1. Individual study plan

2. Individual support plan

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in individualization and inclusive learning lies in the combination of the development of cognitive abilities and emotional intelligence, training teachers in a phenomenological approach and caring attitude towards themselves and the student.

The uniqueness of this approach