- What is E.nopi?
- How does E.nopi work?
- What kinds of curricula does E.nopi offer?
- Why should I consider E.nopi for my child?
- How do I get my child started with E.nopi?
- Where should students start?
- Who are the instructors?
- How often do students attend E.nopi classes?
- Where is the E.nopi of Ann Arbor center located?
What is E.nopi?
E.nopi is based on an educational principle where students learn at their own pace. When a teacher understands the learning needs of a student, the teachings are most effective.
E.nopi is a systematic, individualized program that caters to students of all abilities utilizing a unique and proven learning method. This allows each child to have a customized starting point depending on their ability regardless of his/her age and/or school grade. Each child’s study progression will depend on the student’s pace of learning.
Develop critical thinking ability
E.nopi focuses on building each student’s foundation in Math and English, as well as on helping each child to achieve self-confidence, a deeper interest in learning, and better developed critical thinking and analytical skills.
All concepts and skills in the E.nopi program are interrelated. Mastery of basic foundational skills is necessary before advancing to more complex skills. For example, mastery of addition is first and foremost needed. Subtraction is basically the reverse of addition. Multiplication is a repeated addition process, and addition is also needed in multiplication to complete the carryover operations. For division questions, multiplication, addition and subtraction skills are all needed. Therefore, mastery of one skill before moving on to the others will result in improvement of a child’s accuracy and speed when completing more complex questions.
Teaching & Learning materials
E.nopi makes learning interesting and fun. Students are taught with teaching tools such as colorful worksheets, workbooks, audio CDs, color blocks, wooden shapes, and more.Back to top
How does E.nopi work?
E.nopi is a self-directed learning program which encourages students to acquire self-motivation and independence, while using proactive learning methods which places them at the center of all learning activities.
Step 1: Diagnostic test and Starting point
Students and parents visit the learning center and during this time, a diagnostic test will be conducted. After the diagnostic test, the instructor measures the strengths and weaknesses of the student as well as evaluating the student’s ability. The instructor will determine the child’s starting point, which is where a student can work with ease and confidence.
Step 2: Self-directed learning
Students will follow a self-directed learning method as well as develop independent learning skills in our E.nopi learning centers. Instructors will provide guidance to students as they move throughout their individualized program.
Step 3: Assessment
Before a student can proceed to the next level, an E.nopi Instructor will give each child a Level Test to evaluate if the student has achieved mastery before moving on to a new skill set.
Step 4: Feedback
Instructors provide consultation and communicate with parents regarding their children’s learning progress on a regular basis.Back to top
What kinds of curricula does E.nopi offer?
E.nopi offers English and Mathematics programs. E.nopi English works with students to master language skills including listening, speaking, reading and writing. E.nopi Math works with students to master basic mathematical skills, including numbers, arithmetic, measurement, and equations. E.nopi Math also works with students to develop critical thinking skills by studying patterns and relationships, geometry, measurement, problem solving and reasoning.Back to top
Why should I consider E.nopi for my child?
The main goal of the E.nopi program is to provide children with a positive and fun after school activity that reinforces their education. E.nopi is an excellent supplement for children of all ages and at different levels of education. Our teachers are able to identify problem areas that students might have and focus on helping students individually. Even if a child is not struggling with their daily school work, they will still benefit from our program. Children will enjoy working through our program materials while enhancing their ability to analyze, synthesize, evaluate and apply everything they learn to help them solve problems. Critical thinking skills are invaluable and will continue to be a benefit throughout childhood, education and career.Back to top
How do I get my child started with E.nopi?
Enrollment in an E.nopi program is an easy 4 step process.
Step 1: Learn about E.nopi using our website
Our website provides important information for parents, instructors and franchisees. Just spend a few minutes viewing our site in order to get a better understanding of the E.nopi education system and how we help students of various ages learn systematically and effectively.
Step 2: Find a learning center
We are located in Ann Arbor, Michigan. For more information about learning centers that operate in your area, please visit www.enopi.com. You may also send an email to email@example.com for more information.
Step 3: Obtain our brochures
If you wish to receive our brochures, please email us with your name and mailing address at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Step 4: Schedule a free consultation
If you wish to consult with one of our instructors to learn more about the E.nopi system, please contact the center nearest to you. The free consultation will include a diagnostic test to assess your child’s current aptitude.Back to top
Where should students start?
Your child begins by taking an E.nopi diagnostic test so that we can assess strengths and specific needs. Based on the test results, we then develop a customized program that incorporates our workbooks and Teaching Tools. E.nopi MATH is designed to help students improve their mathematical thinking and problem solving skills by starting them at the most comfortable and appropriate level. While working with E.nopi, students will master concepts at every level as they progress through our curriculum. Gradually, students' mathematical abilities increase as studies are combined with fun activities, reviews, and self-assessments.Back to top
Who are the instructors?
Our team of dedicated and highly qualified E.nopi instructors posses a passion for teaching children and are well-trained to assess the needs of our students and provide proper guidance. Our professional teachers are also trained by E.nopi to fully understand the E.nopi philosophy; they further appreciate and agree with our principles.Back to top
How often do students attend E.nopi classes?
Students typically attend class once or twice a week. Printed materials are available to continue the learning at home. Classes are held after school and on Saturdays, so there is sure to be a class to fit your busy schedule! In the Summer, almost all of the students attend class two times per week.Back to top
Where is the E.nopi of Ann Arbor center located?
Serving students in the greater Ann Arbor area and Southeastern Michigan, E.nopi of Ann Arbor is conveniently located at 2411 Oak Valley Drive, just off of Interstate I-94 at exit 175. Visit our Directions to the Center section on this website for more information on how to get to us.Back to top