Children’s Education Franchise CompuChild Recognized Among the Best Low-Cost Franchises to Buy
Start a CompuChild Franchise and Enjoy the Satisfaction of Nurturing Ethical and Entrepreneurial Kids
DUBLIN, CALIF. (PRWEB) December 29, 2020 - CompuChild offers Entrepreneurial STEAM™-focused after-school enrichment programs for children in the United States and Canada. This children’s education-focused franchise has been passionate about making quality enrichment programs accessible to all.
CompuChild is proud to announce that it has been recognized as the "Best Low-Cost Franchise to Buy" in the Franchise Business Review of 2020. As a leading after-school program franchise, CompuChild is focused on three key ideas – the most relevant enrichment programs for children, the lowest cost, and the best training for its franchisees.
The franchise’s unique after-school programs are designed to kindle creativity and spark curiosity among children so that they can explore the ever-evolving world of science, technology, engineering, art, and math (STEAM). The franchise realizes that while technology education is essential, it is insufficient to develop an entrepreneurial mindset.
With that realization, CompuChild’s enrichment programs for children are focused on four key themes – technology, finance, communication, and ethics. Focus on these four streams provides future relevance to children’s education and training irrespective of what they choose to do later in their lives.
While making enrichment programs affordable, CompuChild has not compromised on the quality and relevance of the curriculum. Quality and franchisee satisfaction have been the two traits of CompuChild that have enlisted it in the prestigious annual “Best of the Best” list of Franchise Business Review a total of 11 times as of the year 2020.
CompuChild believes that quality education does not need to be expensive. That’s why CompuChild's franchise fee for a standard territory is less than $15,000, including a 16-hour in-person online training to get the franchisees started. To make sure that the differentiated programs offered by the franchise can reach less populated regions, CompuChild offers mini territories for which the franchise fee is less than $10,000. These low-cost franchises offer a capital-light business model to start and run a successful Entrepreneurial STEAM™ franchise with liquid cash needs of under $20,000. The franchise understands that it’s natural for new franchisees to take some time to ramp their business and, therefore, does not charge any royalty fee for the first three months of the franchisee starting operations.
Discussing the details of their low-cost franchise, a senior representative of CompuChild said, "The best feature of our time-tested business model is that our franchisees don't need to own or rent a dedicated center to operate. It results in a lower fixed cost for starting this business. Moreover, our equipment selection, curriculum development, software choice, and class schedules have been carefully thought out to promote a low-cost operation for all our franchisees."
CompuChild is a uniquely differentiated children’s education franchise due to its emphasis on entrepreneurship. Additionally, their teaching methodology based on creating a rich multi-sensory learning environment adds another layer of positive differentiation.
Various research publications have highlighted the significance of such teaching methodologies. In his 2019 Business World article titled "Robotics in STEAM Education Induces Multi-Sensory Learning for Child's Holistic Development," Amit Verma demonstrated that introducing multi-sensory learning and STEAM curriculum early in a child’s development increases the child's ability to retain information and can ignite a passion for discovering new skills. According to Verma, children who focus on building robots learn technological concepts faster than they would in traditional lecture-style formats. With this instruction method, children build a love for learning — a foundation that lasts for a lifetime.
In a similar vein, a 2013 study by Obaid Sayyed featured in the Journal of International Education Research titled, "The impact of using a multi-sensory approach for teaching students with learning disabilities" provides evidence that children who are exposed to multi-sensory activities are more likely to quickly absorb new information and retain it for longer. The fact that multi-sensory activities activate "whole-brain" learning means all students can benefit from them, regardless of their learning styles or personal challenges. Entertaining hands-on activities keep the child engaged and therefore absorbing new information.
In alignment with all this research, every curriculum designed by CompuChild is based on maximizing multi-sensory learning. CompuChild’s Introduction to Machines and Robotics programs for pre-school and elementary school children have been designed to promote learning through hands-on model building. The franchise’s Impactful Blogging, Stop Motion Animation, and Video Game Creation programs are entirely project-based, where students work on a structured, instructor-guided project from start to finish. Various Logic and Critical Thinking programs make use of proprietary team-based games and quizzes that students actively participate in. CompuChild’s Ethics focused programs are based on the Socratic Method of learning, which keeps students fully engaged.
CompuChild’s after-school enrichment programs promote an entrepreneurial mindset in students at a very young age. These hands-on and interactive programs have been structured to play a supportive role in molding children into effective communicators, natural collaborators, independent thinkers, and most importantly, ethically aware human beings.
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