In order to develop children’s critical thinking, self-confidence, and problem-solving abilities, we foster strong teacher-child interactions and a robust Plan-Do-Review process.
- Establish goals
- Imagine actions
- Express intentions
- Shape those intentions into purpose
- Accomplish goals
- Solve problems
- Implement intentions
- Play with purpose
- Reflect on experiences
- Connect plans, actions, and outcomes
- Share meaningful experiences
Our dedicated teachers use diverse materials and nurturing interactions to challenge and expand children’s thinking. In every program on our School Readiness Pathway, children learn actively through direct, engaged experiences with people, materials, and ideas.
Our T.E.A.M curriculum is divided into 6 stages of development where children are involved in hands-on learning activities that encourage them to explore and solve problems at their own rate of development. Our T.E.A.M. curriculum includes sign language at the earliest stage and later adds phonics, manners, physical fitness, philanthropy and a foreign language (Spanish or Chinese).