Assets teaches students how to learn: how to discover, ask questions, and find answers.
We get to know how a student learns, and we focus each student’s day around their personal strength. It’s called “strength-based learning.” We call it common sense. And we ask questions.
Do you learn best...
Verbally? Visually? Spatially? Hands-on?
How is your learning impacted by...
Processing speed? Executive function?
Assets students don't fit the mold. They learn differently.
So we teach students self advocacy to find ways around learning challenges. We teach students how to communicate, how to think critically, how to tap their personal creativity, and how to be a global citizen.
Assets helps students develop the self confidence, communication skills, and understanding that enables them to self advocate for their unique needs as a learner and an individual.