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Our Approach

Writing is a powerful tool for self-expression, communication, and creativity. Contrary to popular belief it is an important skill not just for book authorship, but for any career path that students chose. It allows individuals to express their thoughts, emotions, and ideas in a way that can be shared and understood by others.

Writing is a critical skill for academic and professional success. Whether it's a personal narrative, a persuasive essay, an expository piece or a fictional story, writing offers endless possibilities for exploration and growth. It encourages students to think critically, organize their thoughts, and express themselves in a way that is compelling and engaging.

Our Approach

We strongly believe that writing is a skill that can be learned and developed, and it's never too early or too late to start. With the right guidance and support, anyone can become a confident and skilled communicator. We strongly believe that writing is a skill and not a talent, which means that it can be learned through continuous practice, mentoring, feedback, and determination.

In our writing classes for elementary and middle schoolers, we provide a supportive and enriching environment where students can explore different writing genres, and develop their skills to communicate effectively. Our expert instructors are passionate about teaching. They provide personalized feedback and guidance to help students become excellent communicators.

We do not compare students with each other because each and every student is on their own growth journey, rather we encourage students to appreciate how far they have come. Our learning curriculum is rooted deeply in the growth mindset. We value progress over perfection.

Our methodology is guided by the following five principles:

  1. Embrace the creative process: Encourage experimentation, risk-taking, and reflection to help students develop their unique voices and styles.
  2. Focus on growth, not just achievement: Encourage students to set goals for themselves and celebrate their progress, rather than just focusing on grades or finished products.
  3. Cultivate a love of learning: Encourage students to read widely, think critically, and engage with the world around them to find inspiration for their writing.
  4. Provide meaningful feedback: Encourage students to revise and refine their writing based on feedback, rather than viewing it as a final product.
  5. Create a culture of error: Foster a teaching environment where mistakes are celebrated as stepping stones to mastery, emphasizing that each error is a valuable lesson in the journey of learning.

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