Performing and visual arts are essential to a children’s and teenager’s mental, emotional, and social development. Participating in music, drama, painting/drawing, dance, and more can help improve a child’s confidence and self-esteem.
Project-Based Learning (PBL) is a teaching method that is gaining traction in academia. This method seeks to promote higher student engagement while helping students build essential life skills like problem-solving, critical thinking, and communication.
Technology is a tool that enhances the educational experience for today’s students. It actively engages students in their lessons, improves lesson planning for teachers, and ensures that students learn the 21st century skills they will need in their future careers.
Fostering creativity in children requires an environment that encourages the brain to create. Kids need tools that equip them to create, whether it’s through play, objects, or even academic materials.
The Business & Entrepreneurship Program at American Heritage Schools will help you learn the concepts required to become an entrepreneur, business mogul, or something in between.
A tutor can provide the type of personalized instruction your child needs to catch up in certain subjects or stretch his/her academic muscles to stay ahead of the class.
The new school year will be here before you know it. Begin talking with your young learner about the prospect of returning to school and revisit the conversation through the rest of the summer.
For students, families, and educators, the transition to “back to school” this fall comes with new challenges.
Learning a second language has many benefits for students. Choosing the right foreign language is not easy. We review some of the most popular languages.
If you need ideas to keep your children learning during the summer break, we have put together this primer of project-based learning activities for children of all ages.