The Basics of Our Learning Culture
Learning as a life philosophy
Do you think learning is a burdensome obligation? We see this differently: Learning is an opportunity, a privilege, it is enjoyable and an important tool for success.
We impart this way of thinking to our students, but also exemplify it ourselves: Our team and our coaches continuously and enthusiastically develop themselves further on pedagogical topics, but also in related areas like coaching and psychology.
Recognition and Self-Confidence
Every student is an individual human being with certain skills and a special personality. We show them how they can utilise their specific capabilities and dispositions to reach their personal goals. In this way, we increase their trust in their own talents.
Self-responsibility and initiative
When students start taking responsibility for their success, they learn more easily and effectively and gain a new appreciation for the school knowledge and for reaching goals.
We help children and adolescents in setting their own goals, to work towards them and to gain self-confidence from reaching those goals.
Teamwork makes tutoring even better. This is because the students’ educational performances are influenced by many people: Teachers, parents, friends, tutors and of course the students themselves. We achieve the highest levels of success when everyone pulls together and communicates in an open and direct way.
Learning With a Pedagogic Concept
It doesn’t matter which of our coaches your child works with. They are all excellent coaches and people with their own personal teaching experience. Every one of them is proficient in and exemplifies the learning concept of LearningCulture. Because learning requires a concept.
The foundations of our lessons
The teaching concept of LearningCulture is based on target orientation, openness, respect and motivation. As well as the students’ knowledge, their self-confidence is the main contributing factor for their success in school.
That's why our coaches' lessons are designed to continuously grow not only students' skills, but also their self-confidence. They set meaningful and achievable goals, check for success, and provide positive feedback when goals have been met or appropriate efforts have been made.
Two people are especially responsible for the pedagogical orientation of LearningCulture: Balz Müller and Nicole Rüede. Both have extensive teaching experience and pedagogical competency. Together they form the pedagogical management and are, therefore, responsible for the development and implementation of our pedagogical concept.
They also create our lesson plans, choose and accompany coaches, support the development of course materials and develop our coaches in internal training courses.
Simply put: They create a learning culture.
Our Coaches Will Take Care of the implementation
Find out more about the selection process, the concept for continuing development and also get to know some of our coaches:
Meet our coaches