All children have a right to an education that helps them grow and develop to their fullest; this basic premise is at the heart of our understanding of child-centered education.
Children are active participants in their own education and development. This means that they should be mentally involved and physically active in learning what they need to know and do.
Childrenís ideas, preferences, learning styles, and interests are considered in the planning for and implementation of instructional practices.
Updated on: [July 19, 2018]