Our tuition, extension and enrichment programme for 7-13 year olds returns 'online' in the form of KidzClubz, Tutoring, Global Citizenship and Small Business work.
Here's were students get to front up - to make an impact either locally, nationally, or globally, with what we fondly refer to as actual reality interaction.
What We Do
Face-to-Face & Remotely
Emotionally 'n more!
To Inform & Evaluate
To Design 'n Develop
To Create 'n Contribute
To make a difference
To be innovative
To be entrepreneurial
Kids in school,
Kids at home after school,
Kids who are homeschooled,
Kids of any ability level and
Kids from afar!
We believe that every kid's at a level to extend and enrich.
We work with individuals, teams, classes and even after school. Internet is a requirement though.
When 'n How?
Withdrawal and immersion programmes are on offer. Private tuition is also available. You can live anywhere for this to work.
Full day, half day or hourly rated scope is possible.
Fees are customised according to need, analysis & numbers of students and adults involved.
Learn-Now Student Programmes
The 8-13yo students enrolled recently, are
Designing small businesses.
Tuning in teamwork & leadership roles.
Market researching & strategic planning.
Event managing a 'mini market' with it all.
Earning, spending, saving, gifting and investing enroute - for real.
Local and global teams of Learn-Now students from schools are also involved in a 'NZ-Go-Global' foster student, poverty easing, power-enabling project. Contact us for more details. You're welcome to join us - for even just this.
Digital technologies and competencies are woven through all Learn-Now programmes, as required for full participation in our society. This includes knowledge, skills, and behaviours involving the effective use of digital devices and tools for realities that involve compassion, communication, expression, collaboration and advocacy.
Students learn to interact, design and manage
online forums, polls, websites & clubs;
presentations (not in powerpoint) & profiles;
...leading, facilitating, coaching & mentoring.
Global Citizenship Education (GCE) is a framing paradigm which, at Learn-Now level, begins to develop the knowledge, skills, values and attitudes the students need for securing a world which is more just, peaceful, tolerant, inclusive, secure and sustainable. Students are currently involved in:
training their brain for greater effectiveness
getting solar support into third world areas
partnerships with students beyond NZ
design/development of a KidzConference
ePal and Penpal connections globally...
Learn-Now empowers, engages and enables its students to work with the TOP 6 leadership competencies identified by top leadership companies globally - in this order:
Developing & coaching others
Planning and organising
Problem solving & decision making
...teaming up with an inter-school focus enroute.
Future Focused Insights
"To prepare for the future, we need to shift from thinking about jobs and careers to thinking about challenges and problems...". Learn-Now believes creativity geared toward innovation is key. So, it's adopted the STEAM, not STEM ethos to its teaching and learning practices.
Know these also structure Learn-Now's design. Staff partner with global forums 'to keep sharp'.
To expose our students to our community and our community to our students, Learn-Now launched it's annual KidzConferences in 2014
Enabling the community to grow
Inspiring all parties to increase their impact
Empowering all to network & inspire
Engaging all to connect & create
Encouraging all to partner & empower
Enriching contributions & sustainability
To view more see www.kidzconferences.co.nz - Learn-Now students contribute to its design...
Learn-Now was established in 2002, with Ministry of Education eLearning research and development funds.
Its roots began in 1997 and later became an award winning programme for its style & outcomes. In more recent years, it's been further endorsed by several MOE reps, including ERO, principals, tertiary sector 'shoulder taps' and this year, by teams as far as Asia.
Initially, it was similar to being an online school - it had its own teachers, curriculum, resourcing and students (and unlike schools - its own research base).
Now, while it'll maintain its learn 'now' ethos, it moves into a phase which partners with the Sustainable Development Goals with the UN - within 'KidzClubz'. That's its programming base - and the creatively interactive factor we facilitate for the kids.