The philosophy of the
Every child grows and develops physically, intellectually, emotionally, and socially. A child grows physically through active participation in motor activities; develops intellectually (becomes a thinker) through problem solving experiences; develops emotionally and socially by becoming aware of their own feelings and those of others while interacting with peers and adults.
From the philosophy the following goals have been established for our Center;
- Assist the child in acquiring speaking (expressive) and listening (receptive) skills necessary for thinking and problem solving.
- Assist the child in developing visual discrimination and auditory perception (sensory-perceptual) skills necessary for interpreting the world around them.
- Assist the child in developing large (gross) and small (fine) motor skills necessary for maximum participation in the physical aspects of life.
- Assist the child in acquiring social (interpersonal) skills necessary for interacting with others.
- Assist the child in acquiring self-care (intrapersonal) skills necessary for achieving independence-emotional security. During the process of achieving the above goals, each child will have the opportunity to be an active participant in achieving positive attitudes toward themselves (positive self-image), toward learning, toward others and toward their environment.
This active participation takes place in a warm, friendly and caring atmosphere, guided by experienced and trained teachers who regard each child with respect.