At Quality Time Learning Center, our program is guided by the proven concept that young children learn by doing. Our approach is supported by the work of renowned child development theorists and researchers, such as Piaget, Montessori, Erickson, Elkin, and Kamil.
We understand that learning is a complex process that occurs through the interaction between children’s thinking and their experiences in the external world. Maturation also plays a key role in learning, as children acquire new skills and experiences as they grow physically and mentally. We believe that knowledge is not something that children passively receive but is acquired through playful interaction with objects and people in the physical and social worlds around them.
Our students at Quality Time Learning Center are motivated by their own innate curiosity and desire to make sense of the world, and our philosophy is that learning should be fun. The success of our students speaks to the effectiveness of our approach in preparing them for their future studies.