Was there a problem you needed to solve, a difference you were going to make or a purpose you wished to serve?
Have you achieved the goals you had for your students thus far? For yourselves?
At BEE, we want you to be able to say, “Yes!” and know it to be true for your student and yourself in whatever path you choose.
BEE wants to give you the tools to assess achievement, to overcome continuous problems and change them into opportunities to excel.
Under BEE, students will learn the basic academic skills, finding out “who they are, what they want and how to get it.” It is no longer enough to get good grades and attend the college of your choice to become successful. In this innovative and creative world, employers are looking for creative minds that think outside the box. That is why these days a Master of Fine Arts (MFA) is becoming the new Master of Business Administration (MBA).
Students do not need to wait until they are in the “market” or at “college” to decide what they want and how to get it. BEE starts in Kindergarten training students to know who they are, exploring their interests and acquiring the necessary learning experiences that will get them what they want in the future. These are the three most important questions for any student to answer for success in the 21st Century.
Finding out who you are is the very first thing students learn in Elementary grades; they learn what their temperament is, so that they know how to communicate with others, how to listen, and how to say what they mean so that others understand them.
As Junior High students, children are taught how they learn, i.e. visually, aurally, kinesthetically or linguistically. With this knowledge students focus on what they are learning and not just getting the answer correct on a test. They ask more questions and try different things in an attempt to find out what they really are passionate about and what they want for the future.
In High School we help them find out how to get what they want, whether it’s getting into the college of their choice or training in a vocation.
Each student will follow a learning path from grades K-12 that will help them understand the world we live in and the one they will enter upon graduation. We define achievement every time a student leaves knowing more about themselves and they can’t wait to get back into class.
Have you achieved the goals you had for your students thus far? Is it time for a change?
If you would like more information please come to our website bix-bee.org or contact us at 855-4 ART BEE (427-8233).