“The environment is the third teacher.”

“Children have a hundred languages, and we must value and support all of them.”

“The image of the child is rich in potential, strong, powerful, competent, and most of all, connected to adults and other children.”

“Playing and exploring are the highest forms of research.”

“The teacher’s role is to observe, document, and listen to children in order to truly understand their needs and interests.”

“We must trust in children’s innate curiosity and their ability to construct their own knowledge.”

“The true protagonist of our educational approach is the child.”

“The only measure of success is the child’s continuous joy in learning.”

“Education should be seen as a journey, not a destination.” “Our task is to educate their (children’s) whole being so they can face the future.”

“Children learn best when they are actively engaged, hands-on, and immersed in meaningful experiences.”

“Every child is unique and deserving of individualized attention and support.”

“We must create environments that stimulate and challenge children’s curiosity and desire to learn.” HUCKLEBERRY FINN JIM QUOTES

“It is through dialogue and collaboration that children truly develop their thinking and understanding.”

“Children need opportunities for independent and group problem-solving in order to develop critical thinking skills.”

“Children’s rights and voice should be respected and upheld in all aspects of education.”

“The classroom should be a place of wonder, where children are encouraged to explore, question, and discover.”

“Education should focus on fostering creativity and imagination, rather than simply transferring knowledge.”

“Education is not preparation for life; education is life itself.”

“Children are capable of constructing their own knowledge, and our role as educators is to facilitate and support this process.”

“Teachers should constantly reflect on and adapt their practices in order to meet the evolving needs of the children in their care.”

“Every child deserves access to high-quality, inclusive education.”

“Learning is not a spectator sport; children must be actively engaged in the learning process.”

“Children learn through meaningful interactions with their environment, peers, and adults.”

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