We develop Spatial Visualization concept using particular principles of the Art of Sumprematism - the Russian abstract art movement developed by Kazimir Malevich c. 1915, characterized by simple geometric shapes and associated with ideas of spiritual purity.
Our projects for Spatial Visualization (G&T: NNAT-2):
"Logic has always placed an obstacle before the new subconscious movements..." (The inscription of the image)
"The most highly publicized mental influence of music is the "Mozart effect." Struck by the observation that many musicians have unusual mathematical ability, researchers at the University of California, Irvine, investigated how listening to music affects cognitive function in general, and spatial-temporal reasoning in particular. /.../...the researchers speculated that listening to music helps organize the firing of nerve cells in the right half of the cerebral cortex, the part of the brain responsible for higher functions. According to this construct, music — or at least some forms of music — acts as an "exercise" that warms up selected brain cells, allowing them to process information more efficiently."
We use special music arrangements to stimulate child's mind for the better cognitive perception.
Jean Piaget's Theory of Cognitive Development suggests that children move through four different stages of mental development. His theory focuses not only on understanding how children acquire knowledge, but also on understanding the nature of intelligence. Birth to 2 years: Sensorimotor Stage Ages 2 to 7: Preoperational Stage Ages 7 to 11: Concrete Operational Stage Age 12 and up: Formal Operational Stage. According to Piaget's Theory, the child in ages 2 to 4 is not yet able to conceptualize abstractly and needs concrete physical situations. Objects are classified in simple ways, especially by important features.
We apply the Piaget Theory in planning curriculum and activities, understanding that young children think about things in very concrete terms, especially using visual, listening and kinesthetic approach.
The Reggio Emilia Approach values the child as strong, capable and resilient individuals, rich with wonder and knowledge. Every child brings with them deep curiosity and potential and this innate curiosity drives their interest to understand their world and their place within it.
We actively use Regio Emilia Approach while choose materials for the class work and strategies that efficiently develop child's cognitive skills and creativity.
A lesson structure that allow a child to acquire information intensively and stay focused.
Individualized attention to each child. 6 children per class.
Directed on finding a unique approach to each and every child's learning style.
Getting your questions answered promptly. Being advised about learning process.
Strengthen child's learning at home.
If you are a parent or a grandparent, you definitely note how smart and special is your child. You observe how creative this little person is. Sometimes you especially admire your child's savvy, ingenuity, and imagination.
We believe that kids are born brilliant. The goal of the Brilliant Kids NYC program is a comprehensive development of a child's mind and its hidden resources. Specially developed learning tools stimulate your child's logical, creative, and scientific thinking. We support our curriculum by elements of OLSAT, NNAT2, and Stanford-Binet Intelligence Test, in order to apply the best way of development and special approach to each and every child.
Our curriculum rigorously prepares young students to the Gifted and Talented test. Children enjoy learning that is a fun game and exciting adventure for them.
Specially adjusted curriculum is developed for 2-year-old children. These youngest learners start academic journey as a chain of fun activities that comprehensively develop their logical thinking, verbal, fine, and gross motor skills. They never realize that every academic element of this learning is initial test preparation.
We care about your child's health and comfort, that's why choice of movement activities is implemented in each lesson's structure.