Yes, NXTLVL is a weekly extracurricular online program where children ages 8-14 develop future-critical skills through collaborative, complex game-based learning. Children meet online once per week in cohorts of 12-16.
What will my child learn?
At NXTLVL children practise and develop future-critical skills like critical thinking, complex problem solving, collaboration and communication, as well as learn in practice the most important mental models, one of the best ways to make intelligent decisions.
What are your Educational Facilitators’ qualifications?
All Educational Facilitators have a background in education or educational/child psychology, have demonstrated a passion for our mission at NXTLVL and fit with our learning philosophy. Additionally, we provide a thorough training programme with ongoing evaluation, and all facilitators have the required checks in place for working safely with children.
Is there a trial period?
Yes, there is a trial period and we offer money back guarantee. In specific, we offer a full refund of the first month’s tuition up to the beginning of the third session if you decide to not continue with NXTLVL. In that case, you send us an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org and you’ll receive your refund the latest in 10 working days.
When can my child start the program?
From the time you enrol, there is an average waiting time 3-8 weeks before your preferred cohort is formed and officially starts.
What is the monthly tuition fee?
You pay €80 for the first month and €160 per month thereafter.
What is included in the monthly subscription?
The monthly tuition includes:
- Weekly sessions with exciting real world games and challenges in a cohort of 20 children.
- Amazing community of forward thinking peers.
- Personalised learning and guidance from our facilitators.
- Weekly session feedback for parents.Community and parents’ events.
- Community and parent’s events
Do you offer any kind of discount?
Yes, we offer a sibling discount. Every child beyond the first one receives a 20% discount
Do cohorts differ in any way, such as level of difficulty?
Cohorts are formed based on the age of the learners and their preferred time slot. We intentionally do not place children in specific cohorts, because we want to create unique opportunities for peer-tutoring and peer-learning. Children can be especially effective teachers and models, and this additionally provides the opportunity for the peer-teacher to further consolidate their own understanding.
Can my child change cohort?
Yes, definitely. Usually that happens when there is a change in a student’s weekly schedule. You can choose a new weekly cohort that fits your schedule anytime. In that case, please email us at email@example.com.
Do you offer sessions in different languages?
Yes, we offer sessions in different languages. At the time being, we’ve launched in Spain, UAE and Greece, thus we offer cohorts in these 3 local languages and in English.
How do I cancel my subscription?
You can cancel your subscription anytime through your portal or by sending us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
What kind of equipment does my child need to participate?
Children have the best possible experience when they use a laptop or a desktop computer with the latest version of the Chrome browser installed.
Are basic computer skills sufficient for my child to participate in the program?
The only thing your child needs to know is basic use of Zoom and PC. Facilitators in every cohort are there to onboard every child and help them every step of the process. After all, the most important thing is willingness to learn things and progress.
What feedback will I receive on my child’s learning through the program?
The Facilitator will provide feedback throughout the session, bringing the use of future-critical skills to the child’s awareness in real time. Additionally, you will receive session-specific feedback each week, as well as written and video feedback on your child’s performance within their teams. We suggest that you look at the feedback together with your child, and use this as a conversation starter to allow your child to teach you about the programme and reflect with you what they have learnt - closing the cycle of reflective learning for them.