A pluralist, colorful, diversity-based universe regarding child-child, child-teacher and child-space relationships.
Peaceful / Critical Friendship
Child-teacher friends who can listen to each other, look out for the other and think together.
A learning environment that embraces child participation and thinks of individual authenticity and collective skills together based on the ability of being a part of diversity and solidarity.
The idea of a school that does not only belong to human beings. It’s indeed a “neighborhood” influenced by the “collective approach” towards living with other beings, transforming and experiencing through creative skills and environment.
The practice of thinking about realistic alternative solutions with dreamy and self-directed criticalness of the world, social system and pedagogy.
Collaboration of Curiosity
A context that follows the common curiosity of the child and teacher, embracing creative effort as a source of learning.
An effort to understand the locality of the place with children, teachers and other living beings and collective energy of these components.
The Idea of Community
A school based on community culture in which the child is not just a “student”, family members are not just “parents” and employees are not just “those who serve”; indeed, it values cultural and emotional connection between child, family and school as well as their interaction and participation.
A sensitive approach that would not discourage self-learning and leads to child’s ability to meet their own needs and experiences.
Early childhood is a period of rapid growth, and sometimes you may even observe significant changes in a day.
Yedi Iklim believes that all special days should be approached regarding children’s semantic and world knowledge.
Because, it is too hard for people to be happy, be at peace with themselves and others or love themselves and others without having the right to speak within their community.
It has become a social issue to seek for clean, healthy and chemical-free food in a world in which urbanites overshade villagers, best-looking fruits overshade ugly and wormy ones and white bread overshades homemade village bread.
Discussing issues related to children regarding the principle of child participation refers an inclusive approach based on the idea that everyone’s opinion is of equal value, while enabling adults to step out of their own scenarios.read more