Kata-Kata Hikmah

“When choosing a school for a young child, look for an environment that engages children in learning in active, exciting ways, and helps them feel enthusiastic and positive about mastering new skills and ideas. Schools should treat children as whole people. They should be places where kids will feel positive about learning and develop positive social relationships with peers. School should be a place that encourages children to appreciate both similarities and differences among people. Most importantly, school should be a place where play is valued and children are given many opportunities to explore new ideas through play.”

Diane Levin, Ph. D.
Professor of Education
Wheelock College
Author, Remote Control Childhood

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