Using the common core state standards, our teachers guide their students through project and theme based units. This enables the teachers to meet each child and differentiate their teaching to the meet each of their students’ needs.
Within the last century, Piaget, Montessori, and Gesell are just three of a large body of educators who have acknowledged the importance of human development in education.
It is often referred to as a spiral: subjects occur and reoccur as the child matures and his capacities develop. This repetition of subjects, with increasing complexity, allows for continuous review that in turn leads to a strengthening of understanding and independent thinking, a steady acquisition of knowledge, and the formation of living connections between subjects as the extended period of time devoted to a subject every day over a period of several weeks, makes this spiraling and repetition possible.