Why Child-centric approach

What makes the child-centric approach unique
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Unlock child’s hidden potential

Early years of a child’s life plays a very important role for his success in future. Dr Maria Montessori, the the originator of the Montessori method, discovered that little children pass through a special sensitive periods for many important things. If the children are not exposed to a suitable and favourable environment, the window of opportunity is lost forever.

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Create personal traits for success in later life

Modern research on neurology shows that children stay at different level of their cognitive development when they start school and they also learn at different rate. Child-centric education treats each child uniquely and allows them to learn on their own pace. This helps them building their self-esteem, independence and resilience which are important skills to be successful in the later years of their life.

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Develop skills for success in 21st Century Economy

Under child-centric education children learn in mixed-aged classroom which helps them to acquire social and collaboration skills, such as turn-taking, respecting others pieces of work. The unique and widely lauded education method is built around the concept of self-directed learning, mixed-age classrooms, collaboration, creativity and social responsibility.

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Create innovative leaders for tomorrow

Eliminating the rigid structures of conventional education system, child-centric education encourages students to embrace their curiosity, think imaginatively and see the world as an array of possibilities. In other words, it is an innovation incubator at the most basic level.


Why a group of youth cares about child-education
This timely initiative needs serious commitment in every possible ways.

We believe that child-centric holistic education in the early years will enable any child to be successful in their later life.

Without demonstrating a practical alternative to the traditional education system, the call for changing the current system will not be taken seriously by anyone.

This initiative promises to bring the new hope in developing the child-centred education system by solving the hardest challenge in this domain: teacher training and curriculum development.

This is a very timely initiative which needs serious commitment both intellectually, financially and in every other possible ways.

  • through changing ourselves first!

  • to go a long way!

  • for what we do for the children.

  • through training and practice