Serving infants to school-age children, our childcare and early learning programs embrace change and innovation.
Based on new research on how the brain works and how children learn, Young Innovators not only develop what they must know but also mindsets, attitudes, values, and skills to prepare the next generation for a fast-changing world.
We believe that the traditional methods of early childhood education used in most preschools are antiquated, outdated, and broken.
The next generation is expected to lead the nation through innovation and creativity to prepare children for careers that haven’t been invented yet. Young Innovators Academy (R) understands the opportunity to expose young children to content knowledge, mindsets and skills require to succeed in the future.
We believe passionately in empowering children to take ownership of their learning and become agents of change by solving problems for others to build a brighter future for themselves and their communities.
We believe that as a school family we have the responsibility to create the perfect environment for children to grow and learn. We endeavor to deliver high-quality service, care, and excellence in education.
As part of our commitment to delivering the best early education and care, our education team remains committed and connected to research on brain development.
Teaching innovation requires our team to take the innovation pledge.
Sharing our talents and gifts with the world. Owning our creativity and using it to make other people’s live better and make it happen to become the agents of change in our communities.
In a post-covid world, we can return to the old models of instruction or embrace a redesign of education that which focuses on what all students will need to be successful.
We embrace innovation to provide young learners with a learning environment that empowers them to
Solve problems for others
Take responsibility for learning
Build a community
Our families have access to activities at home, research papers, educational podcasts, and blogs that reinforce the language, behaviors, and thoughts that promote the maker mindset.
We welcome parents into the conversation, listen to their concerns, and make them part of our solutions. We use email, our platform, or virtual office hours to keep parents in the loop about what’s going on in the classroom.
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Children conduct observations in the infant room. After gathering information, they work in small groups to ideate, create a prototype, and test it.
The children learn about wildlife and how animals have adapted to live around human populations. They will determine how and what to build for animals to cross safely from one side of the street to the other.
The children brainstorm a way to deliver food and supplies to a remote area. Children will learn about geography, physics and gravity by researching, ideating, prototyping and creating different solutions.
Children will encounter an interesting story about an old artifact buried in the school backyard. The challenge is to dig it out without breaking it. Children will use their fine motor skills and learn some engineering tricks to create the perfect tool to dig out the hidden artifact.