METHODOLOGY

Readiness

We believe in meaningful learning: children learn better when they are physically, mentally, and emotionally ready to learn, not when they are compelled to do so. Our interactive classes engage children so that learning develops naturally.

differentiation

Living the Language uses a differentiation methodology which places students into small groups with other children who have similar learning styles: auditory, visual, sensory, etc. This method has been proven to maximize children’s learning opportunities because the teacher's efforts are focused on each child's individual learning style.


Our Influences

MARIA MONTESSORI  Living The Language strives to uphold the child-centered learning approach. Class schedules focus on children’s individual interests and attention spans.

MARIA MONTESSORI

Living The Language strives to uphold the child-centered learning approach. Class schedules focus on children’s individual interests and attention spans.

JEAN PIAGET  Living The Language curricula are based on the theory of cognitive development and environmental factors.

JEAN PIAGET

Living The Language curricula are based on the theory of cognitive development and environmental factors.

EDWARD THORNDIKE  Our methodology takes into consideration the behavioral learning theory and the three laws of learning: readiness, exercise and effect, generally applicable to the learning process.

EDWARD THORNDIKE

Our methodology takes into consideration the behavioral learning theory and the three laws of learning: readiness, exercise and effect, generally applicable to the learning process.