The Inspiration Academy’s academic program provides a broad and balanced approach to the curriculum where students develop the skills, knowledge, confidence, and understanding they need to develop into well-rounded, informed individuals.
- The core subjects of reading, language arts, math, science, and social studies are taught through thematic units, projects, and engaging activities.
- TIA’s Community Modules bring in real-world learning with experts in various professions.
- Field Trips allow for exciting multi-sensory educational opportunities that provide memorable shared experiences for the students.
The Inspiration Academy’s well-rounded education programs helps students develop their unique skills and abilities as they discover and pursue passions. The rigorous curriculum challenges students to push beyond their comfort zone, make multisensory observations, think critically, and bring their creativity into all aspects of learning.
The Pillars of TIA's Education Program
- Project-Based & Experiential Learning
- STEM Education
- Environmental Education
- Thematic Units
- 4-H Leadership
- Community Involvement
- Service Learning
- Field Trips
Inspiration vs Motivation
So how does inspiration differ from motivation?
Motivation is a push factor, it’s an outside force that is compelling you to take action, even if you don’t necessarily want to.
Inspiration, on the other hand, is more of a pull or driving force. It’s something that comes from within that gets us to proactively give our best effort. When someone is inspired, they’re with you for the long haul.