Ever wondered what it would have taken to discover gravity if Newton hadn’t been curious about that random apple falling from the tree? Well, someone might have done it, but only if they were as curious about the phenomenon as Newton. It has been rightly said that curiosity is indeed the best teacher. It’s in our basic human nature to question and to explore that which is mysterious and full of suspense. The what-if and the whys of it form the very basis of the curiosity in our minds, this triggers the mind to develop scenarios; the prism of possibilities here are endless.
Learning should not be limited to smart classes and smart teachers, facilitating the process inside closed classroom doors, only. The environment too has a lot to teach and offer if you keep an open and receptive mind. You learn a great deal from your experiences that involve the elements that surround you. Factoring this into our curriculum, we, at Beansprouts Preschool, have integrated the outdoors as a ‘third teacher’, to provide your loved ones with a more wholesome learning experience.
Learning is not just limited to textbook knowledge. How we have learnt or been taught earlier may not necessarily be how it’s supposed to be. After all, we, as human beings, have grown through experiences, and each experience is a lesson in itself. And with each lesson there is scope for improvement, especially when the world around us is so dynamic.
Forced learning will only push you to an extent where you may settle down with good grades. But the more you’re exposed to things, the more curious you get about them and the more you are encouraged to explore the more you will learn and understand. There is no end to learning in this scenario.
Ranked among the top 10 preschools in Gurgaon, the Beansprouts preschool and daycare keeps learning child-centric, encouraging them to learn what they are naturally inquisitive about and shapes them into the leaders of tomorrow.
Curiosity forms the bedrock for an endless and tireless learning escapade. Until now, the traditional methods of education, have taught us to stick to our books and curriculum. Improving your grades is the final objective here. When you dig deeper into the process of learning, you will find that it’s never-ending. Remember, the more you learn, the more there is to learn. In addition to this, curiosity-invoked learning not only builds the knowledge base robustly, but it also increases the retention power to a great extent.
According to research findings, intellectual curiosity has as much an effect on performance as hard work does. It has also been observed that monotonous learning methods lead to the end of curiosity for any child. On the other hand, kids who are taught with interactive techniques get a chance to follow what they are interested in and learn with ease. Realising this, the Beansprouts preschool puts curiosity and passion at the heart of its curriculum.