The world we live in is a vast, wondrous, and intricate system. Every part of it is connected to and dependent upon all the other parts. ​While the perception of reality as separate elements, is divided into different topics in today's educational system, the integral view relates to the world as interconnected. It is the basis of Integral Education and defines our pedagogical approach. With our method, the student does not learn separate topics in a “linear” fashion, instead all subjects are presented in a “circular” perspective, illustrating its connection to each subject matter.

Integral education uses all communication channels to develop a person and offers an alternative approach to the understanding of human development, the evolution of society, and the interconnections between these processes.

Our interdependence and mutual responsibility are essential components for the building of a healthy environment and a prosperous future society. No organism survives unless its cells operate in harmony. Likewise, no ecosystem thrives if one of its elements is removed. The integral education approach offers one of the most viable tools for responding to the new global challenges humanity is facing today. 

INTEGRAL EDUCATION

PRINCIPLES OF INTEGRAL EDUCATION

  1. THE ENVIRONMENT BUILDS THE PERSON

  2. WE ARE LEARNING FROM NATURE BECAUSE WE ARE A PART OF IT

  3. OUR LIVES HAVE A PURPOSE

  4. A SUCCESSFUL HUMAN BEING IS ONE WHO WANTS TO BOND

  5. A CHILD LEARNS ONLY FROM EXAMPLES

  6. GAMES BUILD A PERSON AND ARE THE MEANS TO ADVANCE

  7. FORMATIVE LEARNING IS THE WAY TO BE IMPRESSED AND THEN LEARN

  8. EVERYONE HAS A ROLE IN SOCIETY

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