Multi- sensory, interactive approach to language acquisition while window of opportunity is open, by means of art, music, play and total physical response. As an immersion program, all purposeful instruction takes place in the target language by native speakers who address all learning styles.
PREPWORKS sees education like GPS. Each student is at a different, highly specific location along the path to knowledge. Rather than applying a blanket lesson plan to all students, PREPWORKS —the 2013 Best Educational Software Award winner for "best adaptive test preparation website worldwide" —gives unique directions to each individual that will guide them from their current location to their destination. This is accomplished using hundreds of data points culled from students' responses on quizzes. The software evaluates where an individual's strengths and weaknesses lie, then tailors lessons to the relevant information that will help the student reach the next level.
Within the stone walls of Rock Creek Spine and Rehabilitation Center, Doctors of Chiropractic Ryan and Melissa Groelz work to root out the fundamental causes of back pain, headaches, and other ailments. The chiropractic duo uses advanced computer systems to analyze each patient's nervous system and posture, then uses those findings to guide spinal adjustments, soft-tissue manipulation, and other treatments.
Named Miami’s best dive shop in 2012 by the Miami New Times, the PADI shop doubles as a PADI 5 Star Instructor Training Center, and hosts an array of scuba classes on arts from basic open water diving to capturing submerged ecosystems on film. Their multi-lingual staff can lead courses in English or Spanish, or guide clients of all nationalities through the shop’s gear, from makers such as O’Neill, Aqualung, Oceanic and Pinnacle. Visitors can also shop underwater photo and video equipment from Sealife, Light & Motion, and Aquatica, to avoid the hassle of borrowing cameras from fish.
Since 1968, Austin’s Diving Center has outfitted underwater explorers with gear from more than 75 manufacturers, including Aqua Lung, Poseidon, and Halcyon. Ranging from tanks to waterproof accessories, their stock furnishes equipment for activities such as scuba diving, freediving, and spearfishing for people who don't already have spears for hands. In the shop’s classes, newbie divers can master scuba basics or explore specialty styles before testing their newfound skills in rental gear. Veteran divers, meanwhile, can stop by the shop for air fills and regulator and tank services.