Early learning, assisted by technology

VINCI’s model combines hands-on, experiential learning with software that identifies early learning gaps

While students are working on activities, the software analyzes their progress—helping teachers know if they’ve grasped the material.

Susan Kelly is excited about the possibilities when her school welcomes its first class of students this fall.

Kelly is the vice principal of VINCI School in Ottawa, Canada, one of a series of new early learning schools that model the approach of VINCI Education: a hands-on blend of low-tech and high-tech instruction, guided by a skilled classroom teacher.

Though Ottawa’s VINCI School officially opens in September for children ages 3-8, the school has been teaching a few five-year-old students on a pilot basis this spring—and Kelly has seen its approach to learning already pay off.…Read More