Welcome to RollerCoaster Learning. Please explore the topics below and feel free to contact us with any questions you may have.
To deliver premium academic enrichment to the community at an affordable price; and to furnish an upbeat environment that encourages critical thinking and self-reliance. RollerCoaster Learning aims to assess the student's current level of core skills in math/critical thinking, science, and writing, and provide services that accelerate or remediate skills as necessary through small group instruction.
Small-Group Learning Support Services
We have a well-rounded approach, including:
- small multi-age groups (grades KG through 8)
- study skills
- listening and communication skills
- reinforcing academic concepts and skills through special projects (such as, producing a play involving a science topic)
- music and dance projects
- breathing and stretching exercises
- learn by teaching exercises
- self-paced computer-based learning programs, to be determined along with parents
Our philosophy is that learning is a life-long process that is essential to our nature as human beings.
Children are naturally curious and want to learn.
Striking a balance between individualized and small-group activities is key to effective learning and motivation.
Individual learning styles have a serious impact on learning.
Teach to learn: The best way to learn something is to explain it to someone else. Students will explain what they've learned to their peers and younger students in a small group setting.
Established curriculum: We use established programs that provide solid curriculum and interactive exercises in math, science, and language arts.
Special projects: Children learn by doing. Students will complete 4 to 6 special projects (e.g., creating a community, producing a play or news story) throughout the school year to apply and reinforce grade-level skills and concepts.
Social learning: Motivation to learn is important. Watching other kids set and achieve academic goals, and get excited about it, increases motivation.
Drill and practice: Old fashioned repetition has its place. We do drill and practice while making it game-like.
Tracking Progress: There is nothing more exciting than to see progress on a learning curve! We provide colorful progress trackers so students and families can watch the progress.
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