Sunday, April 26, 2015

Japanese Kindergarten IS the Best Thing Since Sliced Bread

From Upworthy,

A new kind of kindergarten design encourages kids to be their silly selves.
It's a story on a kindergarten space created by a top architect (his TED talk is part of the link).  You really have to see the photos/videos to get it.  Personally, I love it and one of the best early childhood classroom I have ever seen. 

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

How do we test if they are being silly enough?

How do we test if they are being the right kind of silly?


How do we quantify how much silly the teachers are to teach?

Does Pearson have a solution for this testable-silliness situation?

We could never implement such a program here - the horrors - young kids being happy - what's the value of that?

Is silly aligned to the common core?

Maybe the Monty Python Ministry of Silly Walks could intervene and help Pearson develop standards.


Yes, I am being sarcastic. Still choked my young children's time is spent learning typing instead of learning language arts.

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Melissa Westbrook said...

"Maybe the Monty Python Ministry of Silly Walks could intervene and help Pearson develop standards."

Laugh of the day.

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