Curriculum

At The Learning World Academy preschools we give special attention to:


The Environment


Adults using our curriculum promote active learning by establishing settings that:

  • Engage children in a wide range of play, alone and with others, including exploring, building, pretending, painting, drawing, and playing simple games.
  • Promote independency.
  • Help children to feel safe, valued, adventurous, and competent.
  • Support the learning process and projects generated in the classroom.

Adult-Child interaction


Research indicates that the way adults interact with children play a very important role in children’s learning and development.

These studies demonstrate that in classrooms where teachers are responsive, guiding, and nurturing; children take more initiative and are more likely to be actively involved and persistent in their work.

The Learning World Academy promotes a supportive climate in which adults and children are partners throughout the day.


The Daily Routine


Adults using our curriculum promote active learning by establishing settings that:

  • Circle time
  • Small-group time
  • Recall time
  • Centers time
  • Large-group time
  • Playground time
  • Transition times
  • Circle time
  • Small-group time
  • Recall time
  • Centers time
  • Large-group time
  • Playground time
  • Transition times

How we teach?

Active
Learning

Meaningful
Learning

Project-Based
Learning

classroom Multiple
Intelligences

Social and Emotional development (emphasis in this area, across the curriculum).
Physical development and Health
Language, Literacy and communication
Mathematics
Creative Arts
Science and Technology.

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