SHICHIDA METHOD: 100 wisdoms how to develop your child‘s intellectual ability/七田式・本当の知力をつける100の知恵

[69. The importance of early childhood education]

Early childhood education does not mean parents should educate your child by forcing them to cram as much knowledge into their heads as possible.

Early childhood education is the education which parents help their child to develop their natural abilities.

Torsten Wiesel and David H. Hubel, who were awarded the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 1981, discovered scientifically the 2 significant facts of the importance of early childhood education.

Fact 1: Experiences through sense organs play important roles for brain cells to learn.

Fact 2: Brain cells will lose the opportunities to learn after childhood.

Immediately after the birth to early childhood is the most important period for education.

When your child is exposed to an environment full of visual, audible and vocabulary simulations, he/she will be able to build basic knowledge for development.






[69. 早期教育の重要性]





1. 感覚から受け取った経験が脳細胞に仕事を教えるのに重要な役割を果たしている

2. 幼児期を過ぎてしまうと脳細胞が学習する機会が失われてしまう



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