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Eye Level Learning Center of Plano Central
3131 Custer Rd, #101
Plano, TX 75075
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What is Eye Level?

adult  kneeling to see from student's eye level

Eye Level is a supplemental education program that originated in Korea over 30 years ago and now has over 2.5 million children enrolled world-wide. We are the leading provider of supplemental education in the areas of Math and English. The official name was recently changed from Enopi, which comes from a Korean word meaning “eye level”. Why is it called Eye Level?

An Eye Level education starts with seeing things from student’s eye level

This is a story about a teacher who lowered his height. A man was appreciating the art at the Smithsonian Museum in Washington DC. As he approached each painting he would kneel down and look up at it. A curious visitor asked him why he was looking at the paintings from his knees. He replied, “I am an elementary school teacher and I will bring my students here tomorrow. I was wondering how my students would enjoy the paintings from a student’s eye level.”

“Eye Level is based on an educational principle where students learn at their own pace. When a teacher understands the learning needs of a student, the teaching is most effective.”

  • Individualized
    Program

    Eye Level 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.

  • Developing Critical
    Thinking Ability

    Eye Level focuses of building each student’s foundation in Math and English, as well as helping students to gain self-confidence, interest in learning, and develops a child’s critical thinking and analytical skills.

  • Small Steps
    to Success

    All concepts and skills in the Eye Level program are interrelated. Mastery of basic foundational skills is necessary before advancing to more complex skills, resulting in improvement of a child’s accuracy and speed when completing more complex questions.