Tag: learning

A Beautiful Mind.

A Beautiful Mind As children, we experienced the world differently with open minds and beautiful ideas. The things we ignore these days and take for granted were the very things that gave fuel to our imagination. Simple things like the night sky, reflection in the mirror, changes in the climate, sandy beaches, often made us […]

Importance of PLAY

In raising children, we need to continuously keep in mind how we can best create the most favorable environment for their imitative behavior. Everything done in the past regarding imitation must become more and more conscious and more and more consciously connected with the future. Rudolf Steiner Education’s objective is to nurture capable individuals, who […]

Fill That Gap – multi-sensory science

Children learn best by experiencing with all of their senses. Science is a multi-sensory subject. Science incorporates all of the five sense: Smelling, Hearing, Feeling, Seeing, and (sometimes) tasting. Multi-sensory experiences when replaced by textbooks and workbooks only causes more grief in memorising and readying oneself for a test paper. Children of all ages find […]

A well timed education.

  The trend of educating younger and younger children have reached outrageous proportions. Testing and expecting younger children to adhere to unrealistic expectations have started a new trend of EARLY GRADE BURN-OUT. Children have too much too soon to attend to and they end up growing weary and stressed out by forced early years academic. […]