During the pandemic, many parents realized the same thing while dropping in on schools’ video calls during the pandemic: The education they had secured for their kids wasn’t that great. It was highly biased. It was built for tests. It wasn’t terribly engaging. What’s more: The onus was placed on parents to do a majority of the follow through on all-too-short teaching sessions.
Frustrated parents are faced with a difficult challenge: How can they maintain aggressive careers and also get more involved in their children’s education, providing them with better material and a more involved experience? Even the highest-quality learning pods can only go so far.
The Eureka lab school is based around tech-assisted methodologies that grant parents more direct involvement with their children’s education. The school leverages techniques focused more on a pull—as opposed to push—approach to motivating education in children and enables families to be more involved on kids’ education while not overburdening parents’ already hectic schedules. We believe in data-driven-yet-novel educational models that trust children are capable of more advanced learning and engagement than we give them credit for when it is presented in an appealing format.