Young children are very observant and are eager to learn. MGIS has a dual objective: comprehensive development from early childhood onwards and combating school failure. Early learning leads to the comprehensive development of children’s personality, and the optimal enhancement of their intellectual level.
Dr. Cohen, who inspired and upheld the pedagogical principles that we now consider to be the educational ideology of MGIS, is a pioneer in Europe in research into early learning methods. With her support, we have developed a method over the years that has become a cornerstone of the education given at MGIS.
This educational method involves not only beginning children’s education at an early age, but also educating parents, since through them, along with the resources provided by the school, the school can carry out its educational task successfully. Given that a child’s first teachers are his or her own family, the resources that are provided are designed so that as part of their everyday life, parents are able to stimulate their children while being aware that they are educating them.
Bearing in mind that the child should evolve on his own, this is an area that can be very enlightening: “Making mistakes is a good thing. When children make mistakes, they should be given the chance to correct themselves. It is not the adult who has to make the adjustments; he or she has to create the conditions in which the child can find a solution.”
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