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Discover how all people learn naturally, and find out how to teach using
The Guided Experience Approach™.

Natural Learning tells us that students learn through application and ongoing and dynamic actions that are meaningful, engaging, active, and creative.  Ideas, concepts, and skills are made real and result in new knowledge and performance.

Begin with Phase I: Creating Community

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Discover creative and innovative ways of partnering with students in this age of technology. The Guided Experience Approach™ and this website will show you how to:

  • Build an empowered and orderly community.

  • Engage students with meaningful experiences.

  • Include students personally relevant questions and goals.

  • Create persistence with ongoing motivation.

  • Share responsibility for constant improvement and mastery.

  • Include real world experts and expertise.

  • Invite numerous sources to provide students with feedback on essential skills and performance.

  • Create learners who are competent, confident and motivated to work hard to master skills, engage their own unique talents, and achieve their dreams.
  • Children Are Our Future


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