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Psychology

Psychology helps us gain a cohesive understanding of ourselves and considers how the body, heart, and mind integrate for optimal functioning. Our coaches teach students about the importance of maintaining balance in these areas by exploring the ways they interrelate. In addition to delving into the study of psychology, coaches help kids explore how their patterns of behavior create patterns of thought and emotion. They'll learn strategies for managing their thoughts, emotions, and actions to live from their values. Coaches can also provide support on specific concepts covered in kids' schoolwork. Required materials: none
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Kim Gardner

Kim has been supporting children through the struggles of communication and self-confidence using Academics and the Arts for the last 10 years. She started her career teaching children with autism how to find their voice, and now she uses her expertise to support children with all levels of functioning to grow in confidence. Having faced bullies herself throughout her life, she has grown passionate about teaching parents to understand their child’s behaviors and provide support with navigating the difficulties of being bullied.

Bukle Unaldi

Bukle Unaldi is a curious world citizen that aims to solve global problems by educating the younger generation. She believes the imagination of children is the key to solve various issues that adults are struggling with. Which is why, she wrote and published her first book when she was 17, to make her voice heard. She also won several awards in public speaking, education Hackathons and national debates in Turkey. During college, she travelled the world and lived in 6 different countries, Argentina, South Korea, Germany, India, Turkey and the United States. She tutored more than 100 children from different ethnicities and backgrounds. Currently she is expecting her Neuroscience and Arts & Literature degrees in May from Minerva Schools at KGI. Bukle believes that learning can be best achieved through active learning, thus, a teachers role should be letting the children channel their imagination to solve real-life problems.