Enhance your child’s skills. Let them join the Galileo Enrichment Center Bacolod Summer Program 2018 at Bright Kids Preschool in Bacolod City.
What to Do During the Summer
When the summer vacation officially starts, there are two things that students are all very excited of — to stay up late and wake up late. It’s like liberation of the early morning grind that students have to face when there is school. Moreover, there are many who are primed to hit the beach or go out of town or even abroad.
After spending ten months inside the classroom, finishing projects, doing homework at nights and weekends, and studying for examinations, students are definitely looking forward to taking a break and just indulge in rest and recreation during the summer time.
But for the teachers, the break means an uphill battle with the “summer slide.” Studies show that students could lose up to two months of literacy and Math skills throughout the summer season. This is especially true with the preschool and grade school years because these are the crucial stages to develop foundational skills needed in the long run.
Summer Learning Programs
To solve the summer slide problem, enrolling kids in a Summer Program that runs for an hour or two per day answers the learning gap.
The proponents of Galileo Enhancement Center acknowledges the different learning pace and style of each child, taking into account one’s need for an encouraging and positive learning environment. Their organization aims to improve students’ academic aptitude by cultivating mastery of Math and English skills in a fun and meaningful way, thereby making them lifelong learners.
Galileo Enhancement Center
This summer 2018, Galileo Enrichment Center Bacolod will be offering programs that will help prevent summer learning loss in many exciting ways. These innovative programs tap into the interests of the students while at the same time teach them the essential and practical learning skills.
A special area at Bright Kids Preschool has been converted to accommodate the Galileo Enrichment Center Bacolod.
The Summer Math Club is a program integrating Math concepts to real-life situations. It aims to enhance the student’s mathematical ability, creativity, and critical thinking skills. The main goals of the Summer Math Club are financial literacy and entrepreneurship.
The two-module program also aims to teach money management and entrepreneurship along with the Math concepts essential to each lesson such as basic operations, percentage, decimals, measurement, and graphs.
Digital Summer Camp
The Digital Summer Camp: Coding and Technology is a techie summer class program that allows children to have fun while learning digital skills. This programming course aims to break classroom walls and create a learning space that will boost the child’s creativity using technology. It also encourages learning through collaboration and cooperation among their peers.
With Power Mac trainers as their mentors, children will be able to enhance their use of digital tools and bring life to their imagination. The Digital Summer Camp is in collaboration with Power Mac Center, one of the recognized leading Apple Premium Reseller, Authorized Education Reseller, Authorized Training Center, and Authorized Service Provider in the Philippines.
Regular Galileo Courses
Meanwhile, the Galileo Enhancement Bacolod Center will continue to offer their regular courses, in addition to the summer programs. These are:
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