Ingenia comes from the Latin word Ingenium, meaning innate character, talent, nature.
No two students learn exactly the same. Nor do they have the same interests. Parents should be able to tailor their child's education to help them develop their unique talents. Each child should be able to pursue their real interests, work at their own pace, and develop a love of learning. To do this, many parents turn to homeschooling, where they take it upon themselves to direct their child's education.
Many parents still want classroom opportunities for their children, but on their own terms. Not all parents feel qualified to teach Calculus or Shakespeare, and must search hours or drive far to meet those needs. Parents need an easy way to get classes and tutoring for their children.
It is our goal at Ingenia Institute to satisfy these needs in a way never before done. We want to create a center for students to take classes based on their interests. Would your child like to learn programming? Entrepreneur classes? How about History classes taught from primary source documents instead of textbooks? We even have options for children with special needs.
While we do not have a center right away, we hope in the next few years we can gather a large enough teacher/tutor force to rent a location a few days a week. If we get enough teacher/student participation, we will lease our own space and offer classes and tutoring full time.
We would love to have your expertise, whether it is offering classes, tutoring, counseling, or helping with Ingenia Institute Administration. If you are interested in helping us further our vision by lending your skills, please feel free to contact us.