What kind of teaching prepares children to become creative problem solvers who can take initiative and responsibility?
It’s time to let the wholeness of the child engage with the wholeness of the world.
Many alternatives exist to the test-oriented and unimaginative systems that are being imposed on our children by public schools. The best of them we call Whole Child Education. They have in common nurturing children’s natural inclination to learn so that each child’s highest and best abilities can flourish. Chances are your school already has elements that could be turned into a whole child approach.