In Neohumanist Education, stimulating extroverted activities are balanced with quiet, peaceful, sweet moments, thus training the ability to find peace and quiet within, self-regulate emotional states, and assimilate new information more efficiently.  Neohumanist Education has a strong inclusive tone and is based on a deep holistic understanding of the child that ensures the child’s overall progress across a diversity of developmental areas. It is a process-oriented curriculum rather than a results-oriented curriculum, based on cultivating inner authenticity in partnership with the guidance of a benevolent authority. In this vision, the curiosity of the child provides the “fuel” needed for an effective learning process. The child is not seen a just a mere recipient to be “filled up” by education, but rather must be actively involved in shaping and directing the learning process itself.

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