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The Evolved Education Paradigm is an intervention strategy to achieve academic success based on coordination between parents and educators. A child’s social, emotional, physical, and academic development serve as guiding criteria in this process. After carefully considering a student’s academic history, family values, school environment, and specific educational needs, we create an individualized student education plan. Once implemented, the plan makes learning easier for the child by establishing a clear path towards their goals and success. In addition to improving students’ time management skills, the plan and helps them cultivate discipline, motivation, and self-advocacy.
The Evolved Education Paradigm creates a student’s profile and multi-disciplinary support plan by considering the essential components of a student’s education experience. The SEPAQ (Social-Emotional-Physical-Academic-Quotient) is a multiple-choice inventory of 30 questions used to form a quantitative and qualitative picture of a student’s total educational experience. The SEPAQ demonstrates how a student functions socially, emotionally and physically. After the SEPAQ score is determined, teachers and parents can work together to address areas of challenge and help students reach their full academic potential.
Our methodology is outlined in our book, Supporting School: A Guidebook for Parents and Educators by Mary E. Miele and Deanna Hyslop.
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With the complete assessment of all aspects of the student’s Evolved Education Paradigm, we are able to uncover each student's learning potential, and create individualized learning support programs and education consulting, ensuring each child evolves into a successful student.
What has been your child’s educational experience? What records contain information regarding the child’s academic history? What does your child know how to do well? What are their areas of challenge? How knowledgeable is your child about the core content covered in the pre-kindergarten through college experience?
What is your child’s learning style? How well does your child organize, study and manage time? How strong are their executive functioning skills, including planning, organizing, prioritizing and using information to solve problems? Are they disciplined and motivated?
How successfully do they function at school? How do they organize themselves throughout the school day ? Do they follow the rules? Do they have healthy socialization and balance their social life and school responsibilities well?
What is your child’s experience with learning once they return home? How do they manage independent work? Does your child have solid routines which promote academic success? What resources do you allocate and utilize to support your children as they learn and produce work?
How is your child’s physical health? Are they developing socially? How well are they managing test-taking stress and general anxiety? Are they appropriately dealing with and expressing emotions, building self-confidence, reducing stress, and using mindfulness?
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