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What Makes PRAXIUM Different?

A focus on student outcomes: teaching the whole child cognitive skills essential and transferrable lifelong skills content knowledge understanding and application of complex and challenging facts and concepts habits of success mindsets and behaviors that support well-being and develop purpose

A change in approach: student-centered learning projects are the opportunity for students to apply their learning in real-world application. Projects are interdisciplinary and colllaborative. 1:1 mentoring every student has a mentor that spends one-on-one time with them helping them achieve their goals and continue to make progress. Self-direction Students truly own their own education. While controlled within the leanring management platform, sudents can see what needs to be done and given the time to accomplish it. workshops teachers lead workshops to introduce new or difficult concepts, assist student with specific intervention, or provide enrichment to students showing mastery.