Powerful Ideas. Proven Results.
Topics for learning emerge
from children’s interests,
and events in the lives of the children.
Children foster positive relationships,
a caring community
and practice living in a democracy.
is suggested more by materials
rather than by teachers’ prescriptions.
Children use invention and imagination
to extend their learning,
and are curious and engaged
in acquiring and applying new knowledge.
In their play,
children hypothesize, test and repeat activities.