Inquiry-based Learning

Very young children have a natural curiosity and wonderment about their world, which makes Kindergarten a fun place to be. It is also why inquiry-based learning in kindergarten works so well. The ways in which children play, explore and question are delightful, but more importantly, they are also fundamental to their early cognitive development.



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Play-based Learning

Child-centered, play-based learning is a whole-child educational approach that promotes academic, socio-emotional, and cognitive development through free play, which also involves guided play by a teacher. Play-based learning has been described as developmentally appropriate learning for young children, where children learn at their own pace through the natural process of play.

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Place-based Education

Place-based education immerses students in local heritage, cultures, landscapes, opportunities and experiences, using these as a foundation for the study of language arts, mathematics, social studies, science and other subjects across the curriculum. Place-based education emphasizes learning through participation in service projects for the local school and/or community.

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Changing the world. One lesson at a time.

“The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go.” – Dr. Seuss


PlaceBased Education is an approach that connects learning and communities with the primary goals of increasing student engagement, boosting academic outcomes, impacting communities and promoting understanding of the world around us.



Playbased learning. The daily interactions and experiences we share with our children is how they learn about the world around them. These interactions involve playPlay is a powerful and important activity. It has a natural and positive influence on children’s social, physical, emotional and cognitive development.