5 Skills Catered With iCAP
Aug25, 2017 By admin iCAP0 Comment
iCAP is an “Innovative Concept Assistance Program” that practices an elite problem-solving approach that creates self-confidence in kids to solve any problem self-reliantly. This approach can be useful for any problem irrespective of the subject i.e. language, math or art. The iCAP is based on the Ontario curriculum & grade dependent. This unique system of learning is for the students between grade 1 to 8. Our program essentially focuses on the prime ways to resolve a problem; which is therefore done in a systematical method.
Each step is important and is strengthened when students work with problems independently.That is, we make the children independent learners. Here are five incredible skills instilled with iCAP.
Problem Solving Ability
We come across plenty of problems daily at work or at home. Similarly, for a child this is a significant life skill they will need to grow if they are to go on to have an optimistic future. Scientific results have shown that if a child is able to solve problems on their own, they will be happier, more confident and more independent. We, at iCAP, helps the children to become the master of their own and solve the problems accordingly through our unique step-by-step process.
Students do not only have to count on on their memory skills, but correspondingly want to recognize the diverse techniques utilized, using their initiative, logic and reason. Yes, analytical skills play an important role in the preliminary stages of the child development. The special exercises and practices conducted by iCAP develops this ability to evaluate and make judgments. We train your child to solve calculating discounts on buying items. This exercise develops your child’s analytical thinking skills.
Mental acuity is simply the sharpness of the mind. Memory, concentration, and understanding are the attributes considered in enhancing children’s mental acuity. Unlike other different programs prevailing, we believe to directly focus on the mental shrewdness of children which is very practical and effective.
Cognitive skill development in children encompasses the progressive structure of learning skills, such as attention, memory and thinking. These critical skills empower children to process sensory information and ultimately learn to evaluate, analyze, remember, make evaluations and recognize the source and outcome. The exceptional and effective strategies implemented to instill cognitive skills stands us out of the crowd.
Confidence, is one such attribute that can lead the younger age to a path to success.We understand that confidence boosts the other qualities of children and that’s why iCAP focuses on this skill equally as the previous four skills. We encourage to make their own choice and do the activities they love which increases their willpower to do what they want to do. Confidence is the key to many childhood problems and troubles.
- Spatial Sense
- Data Management
The iCAP is based on the Ontario curriculum and grade dependent. We take students between grade 1 to 9 and we will meet or exceed the learning of your child to help them achieve better grades and become an independent learner.
Schedule: 1 hour x 8 sessions per subject per month
“An investment in knowledge pays the best dividends”
– Benjamin Franklin
5 SKILLS CATERED WITH iCAP
Benefits of iCAP Program
- Better Problem Solving Ability
- Improved Analytical Skill
- Increased Mental Acuity
- Cognitive Skill Development
- Higher Confidence
Benefit of iCAP Early Learning
- Academic Head Start
- Visual Learning
- Better Organizational Skill
- Fine Motor Skill Development
- Social Skill Development
Ways To Problem Solving
Our program essentially focuses on the prime ways to resolve a problem; which is therefore done in a systematical method. Each step is important and is strengthened when students work with problems independently.
For example: Let’s take a story!
The first step for the student is to listen to the story. The second step, is to focus and mentally visualize what they heard or read in order to make complete sense of the story. The third step, is explaining what they understood in their own words and the fourth step will be to develop a strategy to what they need to find ahead (finding que?). In the fifth step, students are expected to represent their strategy they applied to solve the problem.
Therefore, in the complete learning process we can interpret the different ways an individual student can communicate their thinking and strategies on paper through pictorial or graphical representations. This confirms that students are certainly solving problems in ways that are meaningful and improving their overall solving ability.