Online Education for All Learning Styles


Traditional schools have a lot to offer, but few of them have the means to customize the curriculum according to the learning needs of each student.

Did you know there are seven different learning styles? Each person has one.
• visual-spatial
• aural-auditory
• verbal-linguistic
• physical-bodily-kinesthetic
• logical-mathematical
• social-interpersonal
• solitary-intrapersonal

Visual learners require images, maps, and graphs to process information. Logical learners recognize patterns and connections between content, helping them to classify and group information in order to understand it. Physical learners prefer hands-on learning, making it difficult for them to sit through typical lectures.


How can teachers possibly identify the learning style of every student, and then adjust their lesson plans accordingly? Quite simply, they can’t. There isn’t enough time and there aren’t enough resources. Consequently, some students get left behind.

With educational programs like Flex ED, though, every student has access to customized learning and can learn in accordance with his or her own learning style. Meanwhile, parents can rest easy knowing that their child won’t fall behind.

More About Flex ED


Flex ED offers a unique education alternative that embraces a “school without walls” approach to learning. The program is flexible to meet the growing needs of students and their families in the greater global community. Flex ED’s empowerment model for teaching and learning is on the cutting edge of educational trends, upholding the philosophy that school occurs wherever learning takes place. Through technology, social media, and teacher support, students learn and grow in a safe, supportive online environment.

Flex ED provides the complete Saskatchewan curriculum of education, supervised and marked by a Saskatchewan certified teacher.

Whether students are looking for an online school or need help supplementing a homeschool curriculum, Flex ED can help to facilitate those needs. Learn more at: