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Learning Styles

What is Your Learning Style?

How do you learn best? Learners are often identified as a certain type: visual, auditory, or kinesthetic, and each type has some common traits.  Visual learners – Learn by seeingRead More

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iLEAD Antelope Valley Culture: Components of Social-Emotional Learning — Curiosity

“Make the most of yourself by fanning the tiny, inner sparks of possibility into flames of achievement.” — Golda Meir Within the iLEAD Antelope Valley education model, we believe kidsRead More

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iLEAD Antelope Valley Culture: Components of Social-Emotional Learning — Grit

What does it take to really succeed? Some might call it drive or determination. At iLEAD Antelope Valley, we like to call it grit, and it is a crucial componentRead More

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iLEAD Antelope Valley Culture: Components of Social-Emotional Learning — Zest

“Enthusiasm is the electricity of life.” —Gordon Parks Central to the iLEAD Antelope Valley approach to project-based learning is a belief that education works best when it’s energetic. Rather thanRead More

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iLEAD Antelope Valley Culture: Components of Social-Emotional Learning — Grit

What does it take to really succeed? Some might call it drive or determination. At iLEAD Antelope Valley, we like to call it grit, and it is a crucial componentRead More

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iLEAD Antelope Valley Culture: Components of Social-Emotional Learning — Growth Mindset

At iLEAD Antelope Valley, we believe when kids learn how to face challenges, they grow into leaders. As part of our emphasis on social-emotional learning (SEL), we believe it’s importantRead More

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iLEAD Antelope Valley Culture: Whole-Child Development

Last week we introduced the importance of social-emotional learning at iLEAD Antelope Valley. Social-emotional learning is integral to our whole-child educational approach.  A whole-child mind-set means that we are focusedRead More

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iLEAD Antelope Valley Culture: Components of Social-Emotional Learning — Grit

What does it take to really succeed? Some might call it drive or determination. At iLEAD Antelope Valley, we like to call it grit, and it is a crucial componentRead More

iLEAD Antelope Valley mom, son and daughter around laptop

iLEAD Antelope Valley Culture: Components of Social-Emotional Learning — Zest

“Enthusiasm is the electricity of life.” —Gordon Parks Central to the iLEAD Antelope Valley approach to project-based learning is a belief that education works best when it’s energetic. Rather thanRead More

iLEAD AV Social Emotional Learning

iLEAD Antelope Valley Culture: Components of Social-Emotional Learning — Curiosity

“Make the most of yourself by fanning the tiny, inner sparks of possibility into flames of achievement.” — Golda Meir Within the iLEAD Antelope Valley education model, we believe kidsRead More

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