According to psychologists, children’s optimal learning experience and retention of information occurs though engaging social interactions in an integrated educational environment, where theme based learning is relevant in their surroundings and day-to-day life experiences. This constant social interactions between educators and fellow friends creates a natural curiosity to motivate self learning, and promotesproblem solving, critical and creative thinking through inquiryPiaget (1969), Vygotsky (1962), and Bruner (1960)
Infin8 kids club is an intensive educational experience based on integrated theme based learning through group inquiry and practical hands on experience. There are 4 major themes, Arts Appreciation, Science/Technology, Culture diversity and Imaginative Exploration. In 1.5 hours, children’s’ learn subjected theme based on group discussion and projects, follow by hands on craft work and sensory baking/cooking. Theme based subjects then follows through with other programs offered in Einfinity Education.
Age: 3 to 5 years
Encourage table top activities for target learning. Develop fine motor skills through play learning and understanding basic concepts of topics.
Age: 6 to 9 years
Able to apply topics in greater understanding with various application. Able to develop teamwork project in time constraints environments. Mastery of creating self own projects and presentation skills.
Age: 10 to 13 years
In depth understanding of topics, able to investigate topic to draw relevance and applications to the practial world, Focus on developing areas of self interest based on stregth and abilities.
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Vygotsky, L. S. (1962). Thought and language (E. Hanfmann and G. Vakar, eds. and trans.). Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.