KONA, China — The Kinesthetic Learning Center (KLCC), a new learning center that launched in China, aims to revolutionize the way learners learn.
The KLCC, named after the concept of the human body, uses a 3-D computer model to teach learning in three steps: from a simple reading comprehension, to a reading comprehension using the word “book,” and finally, a reading analysis.
The center, which is a joint venture between the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) and the National Institute of Educational Technology (NIT), will also use a 3,000-person class to teach reading.
According to KLCC CEO Xu Qiang, the center’s goal is to “help learners develop the ability to read well and learn well.”
“A new generation of learners is looking for a better way to learn,” he told TechCrunch.
“They want to learn to read more fluently, to learn more quickly, and to learn by the word.”Read more