Countless studies have found that children who are tutored individually or in smaller groups do better than those in large classes with little individualized attention.
That’s part of the problem with sports at schools. One coach has many children to train, and must invariably neglect some kids so that most of the kids get coaching. There’s pressure to win, and a “sink or swim” methodology in which only those most likely to excel receive close attention.
Accommodating Different Age Groups
While teens will be especially keen on the social media and networking opportunities Fanzland offers, younger children will be more interested in the world of imagination and individual experience.
However, Fanzland realizes that developmental age and chronological age may not be the same thing and tailors its offering according to the signals that individual children give in their in-game interactions. Ultimately, this helps to keep the game fun, interesting and stimulating for kids of all ages.
Inclusiveness Allows Whole-Family Engagement
Fanzland is so much more than a place for fans to connect with each other, meet reachable activity goals, and follow their favourite sports. And it isn’t just for kids and teens. Parents can also become part of the community, sharing sports fandom, and fun, real-life activities with their kids. They can also access information pertaining to their children’s progress, receiving developmental reports that will give them a clearer understanding of their level and progress.