Brain Based Learning at Ed Sage School

Brain Based Learning targets individual brains, emotional responses, and learning styles at Ed Sage School. Each student has an individual Student Action Plan that addresses how to help them with their learning needs. The objective is to develop students who are confident, independent learners.

The brain works on emotions. It is important for students to recognize what their emotional approach is to learning. Understanding attitude toward a specific subject or piece of assigned work helps a student focus, understand, and do well with the work.

Putting information into memory is important. There are two pathways to memory that students use. The first is a parts to whole learner. Here the student learns the pieces and then puts them together for the whole. The second is the whole to parts learner. Here the student looks at the whole and then learns the parts. Students vary their approaches to different subjects.

Ed Sage School is now accepting applications for the 2022-2023 school year. Visit the website: http://www.edsageschool.com for more information. To apply contact Beth Silver, Head of School, at 310-720-0390 or bethcarolsilver@gmail.com.

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