– learning where to find and how to interpret and evaluate new knowledge

– flexibility related to space, attitude and learning styles, keeping the learner central

– guides the child to understand his/her own being, become a self reliant individual and to relate to the world around, interact with it, find answers for essential questions

– learning as an emotional  and physical experience, and then an intellectual and integrated process

– supports working on emotions as a significant aspect;  an emotionally integrated being alone can be truly creative—personally and socially

– developing the inner discipline as means to growth and self mastery

– taking responsibility for one’s own learning/progress.

– to learn to make conscious choices and consider mistakes as helpers and guides

-working collectively, finding the balance between individual and the collective


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