Pedagogical approaches

Teaching for Understanding

The Teaching for Understanding model, developed through research conducted by the Graduate School of Education at Harvard University, promotes the powerful idea that understanding is the fundamental principle of education. Accordingly, this learning model goes beyond simply having children memorize information and acquire skills. Rather, it emphasizes the comprehension of concepts and their application in real-world contexts.

Reggio Emilia

The philosophy of Reggio Emilia, created by the Italian pedagogue Loris Malaguzzi for early childhood and primary education, is based on the principle that children have the ability to think and act for themselves.
Thus, the Reggio Emilia educational model nurtures the exceptional potential inherent in each child, through five concepts that empower the child as the primary participant in their own learning process.


Children should have some control over their learning process. They create their own experience in the world by touching, moving, listening, and observing.

Likes and Interests

Children should be able to construct their own learning experiences. Through engaging in research projects, they have the opportunity to explore, discover, and learn based on their own interests and curiosity.

Free expression

Providing children with a multitude of ways and opportunities to express themselves is crucial. This not only empowers their ability to communicate but also fosters the exchange of ideas and feelings.

Social relationships

It is important for children to learn how to interact with their peers as it aids in the development of emotional intelligence, decision-making abilities, and effective management of social interactions.


Children should receive support and guidance throughout their learning journey, with a combination of teacher guidance and active family participation.


The STEAM approach, whose new rise has been consolidated since the beginning of the 21st century, has a clear goal: to develop skills and knowledge in the areas that are shaping your children’s future.
Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics (STEAM according to the English acronym) are the fields that are part of the emphasis of the model, whose application follows the same principles in all preschool stages.

Project-based Learning

Designed to enable students to solve problems and apply theory into practice.

Transdisciplinary Approach

In addition to the STEM fields, it integrates knowledge from the humanities and the arts.


Through real-world applications, this approach aims to create alternative solutions for the world of tomorrow.