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Bringing Real-World Situations into the Classroom


As a provider of an early childhood humane education program, we aim to provide an aftercare class program that encourages our children to take part in our social/emotional program where they will learn how to handle real-world situations with compassion, empathy, and acceptance while strengthening self-regulation skills and decision-making.

But why is it necessary to do so?

Incorporating social/emotional programs in early childhood education in Miami, Florida, is essential to helping kids develop their interpersonal skills as they grow older.

Using real-world examples and solving real-world challenges in the classroom help pupils learn more effectively. It can also serve to pique their interest in learning about crucial problems. When our educators here at our humane education in Florida use real-world situations and scenarios, there is research to support the importance of authenticity. It not only makes the class more meaningful for pupils, but it also engages them. They also become more aware of the options available to them in society.

Aside from classroom-focused lectures about real-world situations, here are more tips on how we pique our students’ interests and keep learning fun.

  • Inviting speakers/special guests in the classroom to talk about specific topics.
  • Going on a field trip.
  • Encouraging students to look into the news and share their thoughts about it in class.
  • Giving students tangible, real-life problems to solve (i.e. looking into pollutants problems around the community and cleaning them).

To learn more about how we can help your child grow holistically, both personally and interpersonally, feel free to get in touch with our faculty today.

Peaceful Child Education also offers yoga classes for children with special needs.

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