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Wonder

Wonder

The act of “wondering” is, arguably, one of the most fundamental acts of being human. Ask a person to describe the innate qualities of a young child and you will undoubtedly hear the words “curiosity” or “wonder.” Infants explore their worlds with a sense of awe. They...
Joy

Joy

In 1938, American philosopher and educator, John Dewey wrote the following quote in his book Experience and Education,  “What avail is it to win prescribed amounts of information about geography and history, to win the ability to read and write, if in the...
Growth

Growth

At Phoenix Modern, we view learning as a nonlinear continuum. Neuroscience research has demonstrated that our brains are malleable throughout our lives. We are always growing. We have knowledge and skills already and we have more yet to learn. This research impacts...
Love

Love

“Children are one third of our population and all of our future.”  — Select Panel for the Promotion of Child Health, 1981 There is significant research on the importance of bonding during the earliest years of a infancy. The physical development of the brain, as well...