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Village East Gifted of Huntington
33 Walt Whitman Road, Huntington Station
Village East Gifted of Roslyn
216 Willis Ave., Roslyn Heights
Village East Gifted (VEG) offers an academically-rigorous CORE curriculum, covering all subjects, to gifted students ages 2-15. Its teaching methodology, The Phillips RBM Approach®, is trademarked and patented offering non-linear, highly-creative and intellectually-challenging lessons with a strong emphasis on the perfection of the written word.
Village East Gifted (VEG) believes that gifted toddlers are like "old souls". They understand concepts beyond their years.
Through VEG's unique dialectical practices, our students learn to verbally articulate their complex thoughts before they have even mastered the written word.
Instructional Writing, for ages 5-15, ensure that the students are correctly integrating what they learned in the CORE class into their writing samples. Participants, of all ages, are brought "back to basics" by rebuilding their skills … one-word-at-a-time.
Classes encourage the students to draw on the "natural connections between scientific and engineering methods to engage them in a more technical exploration of traditional science lessons.
Meet the Director |
Tobi J. Phillips, Ed.D. (certified), is the founder and director of Village East Gifted, Inc., an after-school enrichment program for gifted and talented students ages 4-16. The teachers utilize Ms. Phillips' trademarked RBM teaching approach to engage its students in advanced studies in all academic subjects. Since its inception in 2007, more than 400 students have enrolled in VEG programs. Ms. Phillips enjoys sharing her diverse skills, interests, and life experiences with her students through her teaching styles, challenging and unique curriculum ideas, and her creative approach to learning.
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