The Power of Yoga

At MY Kindergarten our morning Yoga routine helps us learn English words and phrases in a thoroughly immersive way. Kids learn new words by experiencing first-hand how plants grow, leaves and branches move in the wind, butterflies fly, the rain falls down, bridges stand, rocks lie on the ground, and so on. In the process … Continue reading The Power of Yoga

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Immersive Learning in Action

Depending on their particular age level, children frequently find themselves in certain situations. For example, our preschoolers often drop their bottles and spill water on the floor,  tend to argue over toys as a result of their difficulties sharing, and cry when things don't go their way. Within the immersive way of teaching and learning, students … Continue reading Immersive Learning in Action

Setting Up the Classroom

What's in the classroom? The classroom setting is equally important as any lesson or activity conducted within its boundaries. Indeed, as humans we don't even need to consciously attend to visual or auditory sensory stimuli within our radius in order for our brain to process, make sense, and even store this information. Therefore, every object or … Continue reading Setting Up the Classroom