Children should learn and succeed, driven by an internal need for accomplishment. This need, the product of inherent curiosity, is cultivated not through the use of rewards and punishment, but instead, by bringing an awareness of natural satisfaction: The satisfaction of success, which comes from within, and not from any external stimuli. This satisfaction, born from accomplishment, is the driver of human productivity. A positive feedback loop, which once implemented correctly, becomes a powerhouse of creativity and success. A dangling carrot is not an incentive for a true student, nor is an intimidating test. Stickers and other bribes are just short-term rewards and cannot be associated with real learning. Rather than teach a specific m...

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Do Not Continually Duplicate The Teaching Gained At School

The child has learned what he needs at school, now it is your turn to teach him what can only be gained at home. Value the child’s need for a complementing home education.

Have A Quick Pickup And Drop-Off

It is essential for the pick-up and drop-off process to run smoothly. Not only is it paramount for your child’s safety, but it also helps in creating a less stressful environment for you and your child. Going to and leaving from school, shouldn’t cause you a headache.

Attend All Parent Teacher Conference When These Are Scheduled

These scheduled-in-advance events are so essential to your and your child’s healthy relationship and growth it cannot be stresse...

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The foundation of a young child must be built upon installment of Learning Behavior

Learning behavior – The cornerstone for success is instilled by increasing the attention span in a young student, using Practical-Life exercises. These exercises satisfy the inner need of the child to be independent and though they may seem insignificant, they are the foundation for academic activity. They enable the child to gain real life experiences. They help develop motor skills, coordination, independence, concentration and above all, a sense of responsibility. Children participate in activities that are a part of daily life such as, pouring, spooning, buttoning, sorting, just to name a few. The tasks are inviting and engaging and the child sp...

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Although a relatively simple concept, it is striking, how little we see of this in today's world. Each and every child possesses in themselves an inherent curiosity, a curiosity gifted by nature as a tool to cultivate the life-long process of learning. The child develops a will to explore, a will to discover, a will to understand things, which he/she formerly did not. This inherent curiosity is born within each child, which sadly diminishes over time. The cause of this diminishment can easily be traced to traditional institutionalized learning, in which the child grows to have distaste and sometimes even repulsion to education. A repulsion, which is not rooted in the material, or even the idea of education, but rather founded in the grou...

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