The Curriculum Modules

Sensory Mathematics

LOGIC

Mathematics

Story Grammars

Developmental Games

Artographics

Visual-Spatial

Creative Modelling

Construction

Exploration

Expressive Movement

You-Me-World

The Curriculum Modules

Sensory Mathematics

LOGIC

Mathematics

Story Grammars

Developmental Games

Artographics

Visual-Spatial

Creative Modelling

Construction

Exploration

Expressive Movement

You-Me-World

Conference and Training

We offer conferences, Master Classes and Training in each of the Key to Learning Modules. These are tailored to the individual needs and budget constraints of each client.

Upcoming Events

Training

Teachers’ Training is a crucial part to improve their capability, capacity, productivity and performance in implementing Key To Learning modules. To inquire training for any module(s) of Key to Learning, please

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Conference

Name of Event: ECA National Conference
Date: 19 – 22 September 2018
Theme: ‘Be the difference for children and families’

Registration is now open! The ECA National Conference will be held from 19–22 September 2018 at the Sydney ICC. Join over 2000 early childhood education and care professionals to hear from the leaders within our sector. For more information, click here.

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Why Key To Learning

Key to Learning is widely acclaimed as a comprehensive practical approach to bringing the concepts of Vygotsky’s theory of learning and development to the Early Years classroom, and is an ideal basis for the foundation stage. It meets most of the standards that schools, Early Years providers and childcare providers must meet. The material is presented in an easily accessible form for Early Years classroom teachers and comes with all the necessary resources to implement the programme. It is an effective and proven way to develop children’s learning abilities.

Key to Learning is a unique Early Years educational programme which gives parents and teachers the tools to develop children’s cognitive learning abilities – as proven in the Foundation Stage of hundreds of schools throughout the UK and Europe. It is based on the ideas formed by educationalists and psychologists from the Vygotsky school and further refined by the latest world-wide research into children’s learning processes.

The “Key to Learning” curriculum is different from others because it really focuses on developing learning abilities and using cultural tools (the how), rather than just educational content (the what). It creates the right conditions for minds to open, for learning to become a pleasure and for creativity to flourish.

Its beauty is that it requires only a short period of intervention each day leaving time to address the other important activities which are necessary for a child’s development and provides the key tools to teach young children how to learn.

There are twelve programmes in this Vygotskian curriculum, designed primarily for children from three to seven years old. The full package contains over 600 learning activities and games with comprehensive supporting materials, manuals, schedules, detailed descriptions of materials and procedures, and teacher notes.