At the pace at which our society is advancing, it is becoming increasingly evident that children must know how to differentiate and select resources from a wide variety, differentiate between real and false information, have a critical and proactive attitude, be creative and resolute. These demands are often not in line with the generalized educational system.
In our school, developing the skills to learn to learn is present on a daily basis. The research and exposure of autonomous projects has great weight. The scientific method is explained to them from the age of 6 so that they can gradually develop and broaden their understanding of the topics they want to know about, and they are encouraged to solve by themselves, to correct, to rethink questions, to reflect, to propose solutions in groups and to debate.
In this way, they practice reading and writing from the very beginning with a purpose adapted to their own interests and learn in a completely interdisciplinary way.
In addition, the Guide presents the different areas in order to combine what they want to learn (projects) with what they have to learn as they conquer new learning.