Active Learning


Children learn when they interact with their peers in their natural environment, in a non-threatening way to construct meaning and sense of their worlds. They are naturally curious beings, wanting to learn new things, to redo and repeat. When interacting with their environment, children recall their learned behaviors, practice their skills to learn new, and combine their experiences with their feelings to construct conceptual understanding.

At TPAS, we believe that children do not play to learn but they learn as they play. They learn, grow and develop to their full potential when they are in an environment that encourages, supports, challenges and provides numerous opportunities for active learning. Through active learning, children observe, ask questions, and innately reflect on their learning. Such meaningful interactions serve as the foundation of their early educational experiences.