Aside from being vetted by early childhood development experts prior to publishing, much of our product development decisions line up with Constructivist Theory put forward primarily by Dewey, Vgotsky, and Piaget.
Piaget indicated that the challenge is to identify content that intrigues children and arouses in them a need and desire to figure something out. Interest is central to spontaneous mental actions by which the child constructs knowledge, intelligence, and personality.
Constructivists are constantly observing, asking, and offering an appropriately challenging curriculum to spark the children’s learning and discovery.
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