They're called academic failures, problem children, system misfits,
unmotivated adolescents, underachievers, bored teens, challenging
youths, and simply bad students. We call them irregulearners.
They may not be "regular learners", but their potential can hit you like a brick.
For well over a decade we've encouraged parents to rethink their children's reality, to let them find
their own way. Because we know: "Never underestimate the vital importance of finding early in life
the work that for you is play. This turns possible underachievers into happy warriors."
Getting the framework right:
A mountain bike does not belong on the highway, and a speed boat not in the duck pond in the park.
Irregulearners simply haven't found the right environment yet. Once they're there, they thrive.
As Einstein once said: “Everyone is a genius at something, but if you judge a fish by its ability
to climb a tree, it will spend its life believing it is stupid”.
Today we have crystal clear proof: Let these kids find their element, and you get an abundance
of innovative thinking, original creativity and perseverance. You get wit, grit and guts.
For irregulearners, things just don't add up.
Irregulearners need an approach that says: