Learning Centers for Schools
A.C.E. curriculum is intentionally implemented in a unique individualized manner. After students have been diagnosed and placed in the curriculum at their performance levels, they are assigned study carrels located around the perimeter of a classroom called a Learning Center. These study carrels form an integral part of the A.C.E. experience and are referred to as student “offices.”
The individual offices minimize distractions and permit students to focus on their academics. To provide maximum privacy and effectiveness, a student office should be accommodating in size, have adequate lighting, and be decorated with items that point their minds consciously and subconsciously toward Biblical values.
Learning Centers for Homeschools
If you are a homeschool parent, select an area in your home in which the student can work with minimal distractions that will be designed as the Learning Center. Whatever place you choose, make sure it has good lighting. This area could be the corner of a family room or a spare bedroom. Be sure to furnish an individual office for each student.