Our own publication for early classes (The scientific approach to education)
At Maati School, we take a scientific approach to education, even in our early classes. Our own publication for early classes is designed to help children learn in a logical and structured way. We believe that learning should not be limited to the rote memorization of letters and numbers. Instead, we focus on teaching our students to recognize patterns and understand the logic behind them.
For example, we do not teach the alphabet in a traditional A-B-C-D sequence. Instead, we start by teaching students to recognize and draw a standing line. After they have mastered that skill, we move on to the number 1, which is also represented by a standing line. Then, we introduce the sleeping line and teach students to draw it. From there, we progress to teaching the letters L, T, E, and F, which are combinations of standing and sleeping lines.
By teaching in this way, we help our students develop their pattern recognition skills, which are essential for success in many areas of life. They learn to see connections between seemingly disparate things, which helps them make sense of the world around them. Our approach also helps children learn to write more quickly and accurately, as they are not simply memorizing the shapes of letters, but rather understanding the logic behind them.
At Maati School, we believe that every child deserves the opportunity to learn in a way that makes sense to them. Our own publication for early classes is just one way that we are working to create a more effective and engaging learning environment for our students.
Positive psychological effects on young children. It can help develop their cognitive and motor skills, improve their memory and attention span, and foster a sense of creativity and exploration. Teaching children patterns and combinations of letters rather than just the traditional A B C D format can also encourage them to think outside the box and develop problem-solving skills. Additionally, by using a more interactive and engaging approach to learning, children may be more motivated and enthusiastic about their education, which can have long-term benefits for their academic success and overall well-being.