The Winner’s Academy offers the following programs:
Benjamin Bloom is a known proponent for educational psychology. He created the cognitive scheme of individuals based on their levels of learning. His idea has been the foundation of the 21st century foundational education.
Aside from Piaget, there are a lot of other theorists in which implementation is based, coupled with many successful researches from different intellectuals. Winners’ Academy/Preschool & Childcare accords with the ingenuity of these concepts and we implement them in our curriculum, especially when handling the ages of rapid development.
This spells the most basic of our knowledge, mostly referring to ranging from facts to complete theories. It is also the ability to recall learned materials. This is the lowest level of learning, requiring students to recall previously learned information.
This may include sequencing, identifying general ideas, and story elements. Comprehension is the ability to grasp the meaning of a learned material. Here, they are trained to show their understanding of a specific topic, share cause and effect, or express opinions based on the material.
More oriented to the utility of knowledge, application is the ability to use learning in novel and concrete situations. Application activities may involve engaging your child to creative activities such as applying the right colors to color books, performing plays and dances, learning to write, etc.
This signifies the beginning of higher learning. Analysis refers to one’s ability to break down material into component parts, with the goal of understanding its organization. Analysis activities for children may include telling the elements of a story- character, theme, the plot, and the general lesson. This is an engaging activity fit to satisfy their curiosity.
Going higher, synthesis is the opposite of analysis. It is the organization of component parts to create a whole. This can be demonstrated in puzzle fitting the pieces of a puzzle, phonemic activities, and many more.
Evaluation presents the highest level of learning, focusing on an individual’s ability to judge, think, and create worthy decisions for a successful outcome. Evaluation in preschool can be presented using games and team activities, where they not only engage their thinking and judgment abilities, but also exercise their bonding with others and promote values of friendship.