Our philosophy is adopted from the first Atlanta Learning Center in Atlanta, Georgia

 

We also believe that early childhood is the most critical period in human growth and development, for it is the period when the foundation for learning is laid.  During these early years, learning experiences for children must be diverse, creative, and carefully planned based on sound principles of child development.  In keeping with this philosophy, the center provides an environment where children can:


 

1. GROW AND DEVELOP AT THEIR OWN RATE. No two children develop in the same way, at the same time, or in the same sequence.  Children need to be with teachers who understand their individual developmental needs and who will provide challenging and supportive experiences.


2. DEVELOP A POSITIVE SELF-IMAGE. A positive self-image enables a child to participate easily and successfully in a learning environment and provides a framework for personal development that continues throughout the child's lifetime.


3. LEARN TO HANDLE THEIR EMOTIONS IN AN APPROPRIATE WAY. Young children have strong feelings which often confuse them and are often beyond their control.  Children need help in learning to understand, identify, express, and manage their emotions in appropriate ways.


4. ACT ON THEIR ENVIRONMENT.  Children need to explore, question, practice, and pretend in order to discover the world around them.  Play is the work of childhood.  The learning process is lifelong, and it begins best when children can choose a variety of activities that challenge and interest them within a safe environment.


5. DEVELOP A SENSE OF PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY.  When children are given the opportunity to make choices and solve problems, they grow in knowledge of how the world operates and how they can function in it.  Within a secure environment, children learn that their actions and behaviors have consequences for themselves and those around them.


6. LEARN TO TRUST AND CARE ABOUT THOSE AROUND THEM.  Children need loving attention.  They need to be with caring teachers who are consistent in how they react to a child's behavior.  Through these relationships, children develop the ability to give and receive affection and understanding, while learning to trust themselves and those around them.

 Come and see why "Our Peace Of Mind is the Key to Your Peace of Mind!"

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