Our Story

Changing how education is approached

The WHILDE Method is changing the way education is approached and changing the world, one child at a time.

If your child is struggling, then I know you are too.  We turn academic struggles into life and educational success.

Jessica Molloy

personalized learning

Jessica founded the WHILDE Method in 2012 ( formally called "Learning With Fun" ) because she believes in Personalized Learning and loves helping students Learn and Grow and take risks while having fun at the same time.

As a teacher at both Public and Private Schools, she could not make the kind of difference that she wanted to with my students, so after tutoring for many years, Jessica set out on her own in 2016.


Whole child education

Jessica has worked with students with behavioral or developmental learning delays for over fifteen years. The WHILDE Method highlights the intellectual, social, emotional, and physical aspects of a “whole child.” From this perspective, we create the optimal environment to inspire any student toward academic and life achievement.

whilde method

For our successes, we developed a collection of assessments to establish which areas of the student's mind and body need support with their skills and opportunities. We then provide a WHILDE Blueprint so one can incorporate our findings into their instructional practice with the student.

The WHILDE Method supports students and parents across the United States with its WHILDE Blueprint Product, remote and in-person 1:1 Executive Function, and Superpower Coaching and Fun Workshops. Jessica also created a private homeschool program called the WHILDE School and, in 2021, split the program off to a Non-Profit company.



Building a business from scratch takes a lot of time and effort. Thankfully, Jessica has found a way to ensure a work-life balance. Family is  the most essential aspect of her life and with four daughters (three at home), her husband, two dogs, and a cat - Jessica loves life and continues to push forward and inspire students toward academic and life achievements.