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Build Your Own Course
Target Your Difficulties 
Explore Your Strengths

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 Study through Individual and Pair Lessons
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Values and principles

We learn best when we direct our own lives. Experiencing this freedom is an exercise of empowered choice. 

We trust the process of self-discovery and this learning community is aimed at helping learners to identify their strengths and weaknesses.

The classroom is a place where students of varying skill levels can facilitate peer-to-peer learning to achieve shared objectives.

The qualifier 'open' refers to the elimination of barriers that can preclude opportunities in institution and formal based learning.

Free and democratic learning experiences promote social development for individuals and their communities.

We accept others despite and because of their differences, and this learning community is defined by openness, acknowledgement, and compassion.

Life should be joyful and it can be if we are given the freedom to be who we want to be and learn what we want to learn.