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Why do we need this? Why Now?

Today’s education system currently is devised for an outdated goal – to educate our children in order to figure out what jobs they can place in society. This is based on the first industrial revolution. As a result, our schools teach our children skills that lead to a mindset of becoming something predefined in society or going after a particular job function.

This mindset also creates other challenges:

  • Competitive thinking vs. having a collaborative approach
  • Too much emphasis on academic achievement and norm-based tests to measure “success”
  • Creative and innovative thinking are not fostered
  • Intellectual ability is perceived as a superior standard but doesn’t predict success in organizations or happiness

We live the majority of life moving from “what we know we don’t know” to “what we know we know”.

These both sit within our domain of knowledge. However, the most important aspect to develop a growth mindset is to work on discovering “what we don’t know we don’t know”.

Our 5-pillar Solution.

The Possibility School is putting together a new type of curriculum built on the foundation of 5 core pillars. This curriculum will facilitate the development of a growth mindset for our children to create any new possibility in their own lives and those around them. The curriculum spans from -9 months through 13 years old, and during the prenatal phase, parents learn on how to interact with their infants and toddlers effectively.

The pillars are:

  • New Possibility Framework
  • Early Childhood: focus on the development of a healthy sense of self and basic social skills
  • Basic essential skills
  • Team & Community development
  • Emotional Literacy Readiness

Program Roadmap.

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  • New Possibility Framework
  • Early Childhood: focus on the development of a healthy sense of self and basic social skills
  • Basic essential skills
  • Team & Community development
  • Emotional Literacy Readiness

Why Do We Need This? Why Now?

Today’s education system currently is devised for an outdated goal – to educate our children in order to figure out what jobs they can place in society.
This is based on the first industrial revolution. As a result, our schools teach our children skills that lead to a mindset of becoming something predefined in society or going after a particular job function.

  • This mindset also creates other challenges:
  • Competitive thinking vs. having a collaborative approach
  • Too much emphasis on academic achievement and norm-based tests to measure “success”
  • Creative and innovative thinking are not fostered
  • Intellectual ability is perceived as a superior standard but doesn’t predict success in organizations or happiness.

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We live the majority of life moving from “what we know we don’t know” to “what we know we know”.

These both sit within our domain of knowledge. However, the most important aspect to develop a growth mindset is to work on discovering “what we don’t know we don’t know”.
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How to <span style=”color: #ffc343;”>grow a Genius</span>

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Testimonial by Joan Stevenson
Joan Stevenson
Young mom