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An Approach to Experiential Learning

Education has been a topic that has always fascinated me. Moreover when I had kids, watching them grow made me wonder how their mind work.

As I love reading, naturally I started finding for the best resources that is available for early childhood learning. Names like Maria Montessori, Rudolf Steiner, John Holt, Peter Gary and Sir Ken Robinson became my mentors. I devoured their works thorough their books. That's when I truly realised, what I knew of learning is totally different from how a child's mind absorb. Their neurones are built upon sensory experiences, attention and bonding given by caregivers, communication with loved ones, and one of the vital factor, free and unstructured play. As their mind flourishes, their learning needs grow.