Angel Kuang
BeTheBoss.ca Interview with Angel Kuang, CEO of Inspiration Learning Center

Great interview with our CEO, Angel Kuang for BeTheBoss.ca

BeTheBoss.ca: Tell us about the Inspiration Learning Concept.

Angel Kuang: Our vision at Inspiration Learning is founded upon a simple premise: every child is unique. This means education is not “one size fits all.” Nor should it be. In shaping education to the individual, it becomes a journey in which students begin to discover themselves and their own unique identities. Our belief is that a child should never have to be one person at home and someone entirely different at school.

At our schools, we implement a unique teaching methodology in combining learning practices from the eastern and western sides of the world. We believe that understanding the “big idea” is just as important as constant reviewing and testing for greatest opportunity of success for each student.

Read the full interview click here.

PR Team
Inspiration Learning Center Teams up with Local PR Firm

We had a fantastic brainstorming meeting with Punch Canada/Fishman Canada this morning. Thanks a lot to Lisa Raffaele (VP), Jeff Lake (Managing Partner) and Laura D’Angelo (Account Manager). Part of our plan is to reach out to smaller towns and communities in Ontario and Vancouver to help build up tutoring / private school facilities.

We are really excited to be teaming up with such an awesome PR firm!

Lisa – Angel – Laura (below)!

PR Team

back to school
3 Tips for Back to School Time

Put away the beach towels and get ready for the back to school frenzy! Now that the summer break is over it is time for students and parents to acclimatize themselves to another year of learning. Here are a few tips for getting started on the right-foot.

  1. Contact  your children’s teachers. Give them a quick call or a friendly email introduction and let them know that you would love to hear from them during the year.
  2. Get your back to school schedule down in writing. Whether it is a choice of school lunches, timetables for classes or options for quick and easy dinner on busy school nights. Having it down on paper can help you stay organized during hectic school nights.
  3. Keep an eye on the important things that make for a good school day. Backpacks should not be too heavy, make sure your child is not carry around everything including the kitchen sink. A backpack that is too heavy can cause strain and pain. Snacks, we all love to indulge sometimes but make sure you have lots of healthy snacks available for your children’s lunch bag. Sleep! Make sure everyone is getting to bed early because nothing spells disaster at school like a tired student.

Good luck on another school year and stay inspired!