Community invited to explore Quantum Learning at Del Mar Hills

Want to learn about a cutting-edge educational strategy being used in a Del Mar school? On Tuesday, March 27, there will be a Quantum Learning Curriculum Night at Del Mar Hills Academy, from 6-7:30 p.m. in the school’s performing arts center.

Quantum Learning, which has been implemented at Del Mar Hills, is a synergistic approach to the learning process that has been proven to help kids better engage in their own education — which boosts their academic achievement, and also improves kids’ attitudes about learning. It emphasizes analytical thinking, mutual respect and a positive environment.

During the evening, there will be an overview of Quantum Learning, its main tenets, and the eight “Keys of Excellence.” Afterward, there will be breakout sessions with Del Mar Hills teachers, discussing various topics including implementation of curriculum and brain research. Each session will include take-home strategies you can use at home with your own children. Parents from the entire community are welcome — as well as preschool parents who are looking ahead to kindergarten and beyond.

Del Mar Hills Academy is located at 14085 Mango Drive in Del Mar. For more information about Quantum Learning and Del Mar Hills, see http://hills.dmusd.org/pages/programs/p/2691. This event is intended for parents only.

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