What We Do
Education designed to Inspire the 5 Cs
To Inspire our next generation to make a better future
At Inspire Me Academy, the founders had a calling to inspire the minds and hearts of as many precious humans to aspire to become the best version of themselves.
We construct all our courses to follow the new Millenium Education Goals of:
Critical Thinking, Communication, Collaboration, and Creativity.
But we decided that these 4 Cs aren’t enough to prepare our children for success.
They need to have the confidence to create change in the world.
They need to develop a caring heart to be able to make true lasting positive impact.
These are our values and what we hope to instill in the hearts and minds of all our students.
How We Inspire
-With a focus on our Core Competencies for the 21st century
-Innovatively designed to build confidence and communication skills for all students
-Regular training and feedback
-Motivated teachers that value education
-Continuous Improvement Methodologies so that our teachers are always raising the standards of our educational quality
-Introduce the world to the students
-Learn how to be a global citizen
-Learn how to care and be involved with our world
-How we can make an impact to make our world better
-Our Courses are designed to challenge and push our students to expand their mind and critical thinking
-Blending science/math/engineering and technology our students are stimulated, challenged, and prepared for our ever-changing world of innovative technology
7 Learning Styles
Identify how our children best learn
There are 7 primary learning styles:
Visual (Spatial) – These individuals learn best through pictures, images, and spatial understanding
Aural (Auditory) – These individuals learn best through sound and music
Verbal (Linguistic) – These individuals learn best through words, verbal and/or written
Physical (Kinesthetic) – These individuals learn best through experience and rely on the sense of touch
Logical (Mathematical) – These individuals learn best through logic and reasoning
Social (Interpersonal) – These individuals learn best through group interaction
Solitary (Intrapersonal) – These individuals learn best through self-study