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9 06, 2021

Leila-Afficient’s Little Champ!

By |2021-06-09T12:18:35-07:00Wednesday, June 9, 2021|Success Stories|0 Comments

Parents, do you remember how much math you learned in first grade? How many foreign languages you could speak? How many musical instruments you could play? Maybe some of you were rock stars but I can safely guess that most of you probably could count to 30, speak a few words of a foreign language, and sing a rhyme or [...]

9 06, 2021

Are you ready for Summer Learning?

By |2021-06-09T11:47:58-07:00Wednesday, June 9, 2021|Featured Article|0 Comments

Summer is only a couple of weeks away. Some of you must be looking forward to vacations. Some of you might be thinking of giving your kids a break during this summer and some of you might still be looking for a summer program to keep your children engaged in learning activities. Since the pandemic is not over yet and [...]

11 05, 2021

Evan Lau-an Afficient Star & a Little Pianist

By |2021-05-11T15:07:54-07:00Tuesday, May 11, 2021|Success Stories|0 Comments

Like most parents want their child to be excellent in academics as well as have skills and talent in music, sports and other extra-curricular activities, Evan’s parents also want it all for him. Evan Lau is a 5th grader at Ruby Bridges Elementary school in California. Evan’s parents learned about Afficient Academy from a WeChat post. Realizing that Afficient [...]

11 05, 2021

The Summer Slide

By |2021-05-11T13:30:01-07:00Tuesday, May 11, 2021|Featured Article|0 Comments

The Summer Slide, sometimes called Summer Learning Loss in more academic settings, is when children go backwards in their education and lose about a month’s worth of learning over summer break (Cooper, H., et. al., 1996). Researchers have done studies on students’ ability to remember information and they found out that without constant practice students’ calculation and spelling ability [...]

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