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"Every child is a potential genius "

quoted from the Primrose School brochure

At the Primrose School of Pondicherry and the school Shikshayatan of Arasavanagkadu, Tamil Nadu the future education is in development. By implementing the Glenn Doman method each child is experiencing the joy of learning and self-discovery, because nothing will be put in his or her way. Children like to help each other learn and have no knowledge of competition. By connecting to their innate curiosity, the toddlers already want to learn to read and count at age of 2. From the age of 4 lessons are intensively taught through computers.

The teacher-student ratio starts at 1:4 or 1:5 in the lowest grades en rises to 1:15 in the higher grades ( where a 1:70 ratio is not uncommon in India).

The foundation supports the schools through donations for extending the schools and lesson materials.

PHOTO'S OF SCHOOLCONSTRUCTION AND SCHOOLVISITS YOU CAN FIND BY CLICKING THIS LINK OR BY CLICKING THE IMAGES ABOVE

A few articles worth reading about this educational method (Glenn Doman method) are found through the links below.

Future Education Conference, January 28th 2018

A report of the Future Education Conference of 28 January 2018, held in Puducherry, Tamil Nadu, India.

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Contents of all lectures:

  • Welcome Speech - page 6
  • What Kind of Education does India Need? - page 7
  • Education is a Civilising Experience - page 10
  • Essence of Educational Inspiration - page 14
  • Student – Centered Teaching and Learning: 21st Century and Beyond - page 17
  • The Finnish model of education - page 21
  • What Steve Jobs didn’t learn at school - page 25
  • Developing Entrepreneurs 27 What Ought to be the Aim of Education? - page 29
  • Earn While You Learn  30 Memory and Understanding - page 32
  • Early Childhood Learning - Glenn Doman Method - page 34
  • Holistic education – An approach - page 36
  • Etymology - page 37
  • Composition Writing: A Skill that can be Taught to Young Learners - page 40
  • Speed Reading for Kids - page 41
  • Using Literature in Education - page 42
  • Beauty of Mathematics and Overcoming the Agony of Math Education - page 44
  • Effective teaching practice in Mathematics Education: Understanding equations through graphs - page 48
 

Leer-je-baby-lezen project

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Leer-je-baby-lezen project
Leer-je-baby-lezen project of Het Ware Kind project wil elk jaar 5 miljoen euro bij elkaar brengen om ieder kind dat in Nederland geboren wordt (182.000), een leren-lees-pakket te geven. Met het grátis leren- lees-pakket kan ieder kind samen met zijn moeder leren lezen.
Als het project succesvol wordt zullen alle scholen hun lesprogramma's moeten aanpassen omdat de nieuwe kinderen lezen en rekenen al onder de knie hebben als ze voor het eerst naar school gaan. Met een Engelse taalmodule spreken en lezen ze dan ook al Engels.
Hoe eenvoudig kun je als moeder de toekomstige wereld van je kind interessanter, mooier, leuker en veiliger maken?
De aspirant ware vrouwen, schrijfsters van het boek "De Ware Vrouw, het eeuwige mysterie van de vrouw ontraadseld" geven 52% van de opbrengst van ons boek aan het Ware Kind project van Stichting de Moeder's Geuren.

Leer-je-baby-lezen project (of Het Ware Kind project) wil elk jaar 5 miljoen euro bij elkaar brengen om ieder kind dat in Nederland geboren wordt (182.000), een leren-lees-pakket te geven. Met het grátis leren- lees-pakket kan ieder kind samen met zijn moeder leren lezen.Als het project succesvol wordt zullen alle scholen hun lesprogramma's moeten aanpassen omdat de nieuwe kinderen lezen en rekenen al onder de knie hebben als ze voor het eerst naar school gaan. Met een Engelse taalmodule spreken en lezen ze dan ook al Engels.Hoe eenvoudig kun je als moeder de toekomstige wereld van je kind interessanter, mooier, leuker en veiliger maken?

De aspirant ware vrouwen, schrijfsters van het boek "De Ware Vrouw, het eeuwige mysterie van de vrouw ontraadseld" geven 52% van de opbrengst van ons boek aan het Ware Kind project van Stichting de Moeder's Geuren.

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Primrose brochure

lovegrace.jpg (6299 bytes) ‘Every child is a potential genius...’. The header of the Primrose School, Puducherry, Tamil Nadu, South India. The Primrose School, is a part of The Mother’s Service Society, Venkata Nagar.

The Primrose School is a unique learning experience for the child. It incorporates innovative teaching methods used in the USA which enable early mastery of reading and writing skills. Children can easily read books even of higher levels by the age of five. The extensive use of computer, video films and CD Rom programmes on computer in each classroom ensures that children love to learn.  

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Could Your Child Be A Genius?

chetan"Could Your Child Be A Genius?", are very practically written articles about the methods and practices handled at the two schoolprojects. These methods and practices are subdivided into 12 articles (written by Aruna Raghavan, correspondent of the schools).

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Het verhaal van het onderwijs systeem van Glenn Doman

nanny2The beginning
It was around 1996 when we saw a documentary on the Belgian BRT network about super intelligent children. At the end of the documentary the address of the institute where these children were taught was given. We wrote (email and internet wasn't yet as widespread as nowadays) for information about the teaching-method of the man that could result in super-intelligent children. His name was Glenn Doman and his institute was called Institute for the Achieval of Human Potential (IAHP - www.iahp.org).

Glenn Doman en children with brain-damage
Glenn Doman had worked extensively with children with brain damage, with the goal to give them the development which would enable them to learn/function like normal students in eduction. He found a series of exercises that realized that the brain damage could be circumvented and other parts of the brains could take over the proper functioning. The success was demonstrated by the fact that around 85% of the children who are blind or deaf that arrive at the institute can see or hear again after performing these exercises.

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Every Child Can Become A Genius

elk_kind_kan_een_genie_worden_ode_dec2011_h240Glenn Doman has discovered and developed techniques which help develop children with brain injuries, which otherwise remain handicapped all their lives, into normally functioning children. In his learning institute deaf and blind children learn to see and hear. This works in 91 percent resp. 85 percent of the children. Even when unable to walk, talk and write great results are booked. His premise is that consciousness is independent of the brains. The brains are an instrument of consciousness and of the brain is damaged it does not mean that the consciousness is damaged...

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Learning language starts directly after birth

elk_kind_kan_een_genie_worden_ode_dec2011_h24013.12.2011 | BAARN - Researchers at the University of Notre Dame concluded that children in their first year intensely listen and deconstruct language word patterns.According to researcher Jill Lany, this is the basis of actually learning words, which begins around 17 months.

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Results Glenn Doman method

Overview of the results of the last 21 years achieved with the Glenn Doman method. Examples:
CRAWLING:
Of the 858 children who were unable to move, 343 (40%) crawled for the first time. They went from being paralyzed to being able to crawl across a room. (They ranged in age from 8 months to 22 years 10 months.)
CREEPING:
Of the 423 children who were unable to creep, 274 (65%) began to creep for the first time.  This is to say that they defied gravity to move to the third dimension and now get all over the house on hands and knees. (They ranged in age from 7 months to 21 years 6 months.)

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