The education model at the Global Ecokids International Education System has received consultation from Japanese experts and applies principles held by Regio Emilia and Maria Monterssori.

1. Create a friendly atmosphere.

The international education system of Global Ecokids believes that “a good personality will form and develop in a friendly environment”. Therefore, all staff, teachers and chool administrators create a friendly environment full of laughter with a comfortable learning space and a safe playing environment for preschool-aged children to development and form a good personality.

2.Respect for differences

A famous scholar once said, “Children and geniuses have a similarity which is curiosity. Let childhood begin on its own; let genius emerge and grow on its own.” Accordingly, the Global Ecokids International Education System respects the differences of each child so that the child is free to develop with infinite creative possibilities. Also, students will learn to respect the difference of others.

3.Respect for independence

At Global Ecokids, children have opportunities to express their independence and solve problems on their own. Teachers listen to their ideas, acknowledge their enthusiasm, and encourage them to continue. When children are stuck or distracted, teachers are ready to offer suggestions and help them. Global Ecokids believes that an independent child at preschool age will become an “adult” who has his orher own ideas and accomplishes the task despite having to go through a process of continuous effort and mistakes.

4. Respect children development stage

We in the Global Ecokids International Education System respect the characteristics and development page of each preschool child. Global Ecokids teachers attend to each child and help them when needed. When assessing children’s progress, teachers do so according to each child’s developmental status and offer support so that the child can continue to develop to the next stage.

5.Integrate learning content

Global Ecokids International Education System uses an integrated curriculum. Subjects are not discrete but complement each other. This way, new concepts are taught to small groups and classes through activities across all subjects