The Center for Learning
The Pandemic created unprecedented challenges for parents and educators. With schools shut down, and activities completely curtailed, parents struggled to find ways to help their children learn, engage and thrive in that environment.
During that time, Scott Noye was a teaching assistant at Widener University, a PA Certified Substitute Teacher, and a culinary instructor at a summer camp. He immediately answered parents’ needs for homeschool assistance and tutoring. While working with his students, he also discovered that everyone was struggling to find non-traditional learning activities that were Covid-safe, yet interesting and fun. Scott’s culinary training led him to develop cooking and baking classes for children. And thus “Chef Dad’s Table” was born.
Scott also taught arts and crafts and science experiments to his students, and The Learning Center is planning to expand these topics and other life skills into comprehensive programs in the near future.
Our Family and Consumer Science Classes offer knowledge, strengthen thinking skills, and use real life opportunities while focusing on the science and art of living and working in the day-to-day world.
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