A method focused on movement, but not only in the biomechanical aspect. These are varied physical activities adapted to the level of development. As we know, the psyche and motor skills are closely related to each other.
Performing motor tasks based on motor skills, i.e. physical and motor education and the psycho-mental-emotional competences that develop under their influence. The central element is equipping children with the ability to become aware of their own effectiveness and the possibility of taking various actions, which results in acquiring more and more self-confidence. We rely on the Psychomotorics of Empowerment by Jolanta and Andrzej Majewski and the psychomotorics of decision-making by Renate Zimmer, as well as elements of psychomotor therapy by Marcelle Procus and Michele Block. We focus on the strengths of the child and his needs.
We teach independence, overcoming obstacles and not giving up. WE SAY NO FOR: don’t do it, don’t do it, don’t do it wrong, I’ll show you how to do it! These are devastating messages! Our goal is to engage and activate children’s imagination and emotions. Properly selected forms of movement exercises have a supportive effect on mental development, i.e. perception, thinking, emotions, motivation, behavior and its sensory development – it concerns the sensory organs as well as motor processes and functions. Creating the environment in a way that allows the child to act, experience and react.
I am not going to talk about empathy, a sense of security, love, understanding, acceptance, which are the basis of everything, the foundation and an absolute necessity to start the didactic process.
The modern world is changing very quickly. Constructs a new reality, also educational, which changes its face. I am an educator, family assistant. I completed postgraduate studies in a fascinating field of the functions and possibilities of brain development – neurodidactics. I am still taking up new challenges, expanding my knowledge and competences by participating in many trainings, symposia and conferences on early support for children’s development.
With my activities, I want to raise awareness of the importance of nursery education for the development of a child. For the last three years I have been working as a babysitter, also doing internships in Great Britain and Switzerland, where the sense of security and self-overcoming difficulties are two basic components thanks to which the child organizes its world, builds individuality, develops social and emotional competences and motivation to take up new ones. challenges, without fear.