Concept

Traditional education

Education in the Canadian system

1. A child

A child without pronounced individual characteristics.

1. A child

A child with its own characteristics of mental, social, emotional and psychomotor development.

2. Educator

It provides general educational information, not taking into account the speed of knowledge acquisition by each child. Uses standard reporting tools. Often does not encourage children to make decisions independently.

2. Educator

Fluent in English and communicates with children. It gives the child the opportunity to prove himself, teaches responsibility for his actions. It defines effective ways to attract a child to learning, as well as the necessary tools for holistic development.

3. Toys and space

The space is reloaded with commonly used bright objects and toys, not aimed at developing the necessary skills. The main criterion for choosing toys is affordability.

3. Toys and space

The space is filled with game tools aimed at the emotional, psychomotor, social, psychological and cognitive development of the child. Only the necessary training elements are available. Materials are replenished taking into account the needs that arise during the educational process.

4. Education

The lecturer informs the lecture material improvising, depending on his own experience. Differentiation of different types of activities into separate lessons (music, modeling, etc.). It helps to obtain scattered knowledge and skills in the absence of a full and comprehensive understanding of the topic.

4. Education

It provides for various types of activities. The entire learning process takes place in a game form according to a special Canadian program, which provides for different approaches to conducting classes for the comprehensive development of the child in five main areas (cognitive, speech, social, emotional and psychomotor).

5. Monitoring Learning Progress

Absent or based only on the visual and subjective assessment of the teacher.

5. Monitoring Learning Progress

Daily short reports are prepared in electronic form on the state of the child, his activity, behavior patterns and achievements. The teacher monthly conducts a current assessment of the development of the child in each of the areas of development. The assessment is carried out according to the age of the child according to certain criteria.

6. Language

Monolingual education with the possibility of conducting lessons in English or another foreign language.

6. Language

Trilingual education with immersion in the English-speaking environment. Second and third languages: Ukrainian and French.

7. A family

Does not directly participate in the learning process and does not focus on assessing progress in child development. Not interested in fully disclosing the talents of the child.

7. A family

The organization of the educational process is carried out with the involvement of parents of children to improve its results. The focus is on communication with parents to determine the special educational needs of children and to take into account their individual qualities.