The Method of Multiple Stimulation of the Children's Development
in Grades 1st to 3rd of Integrated Teaching

Why have we chosen this education programme for your child?

Author: mgr Anna Alina Dąbrowska



The intelligence is, in fact, a product of the following:

  • gaining physical dexterity and mental agility by a child; 
  • gaining the ability to experience the surrounding reality through the integration of senses of movement, sight, hearing, touch, smell – a sensory integration;
  • the ability to recognise the “sense of self” - proprioception – the feel for the body in its surroundings (concentration, stability – not just physical, but also mental. It prevents living in stress);
  • reading ability;
  • the knowledge of the mathematical “dimension”;
  • some degree of encyclopaedic knowledge;
  • the knowledge of foreign languages;
  • knowledge and ability to free the musical, artistic and verbal expression;
  • dealing with one’s own emotions, which allows for a constructive creation of the “social entity”.

Learning is a process utilising sensations and experience. The base for forming understanding, from which the concept and the thinking grows, is created by the “experiences” of our senses.

A little child is keener to learn than to play. You can teach it anything, provided you are able to present it in a reliable way through facts. The facts are the key to knowledge.

Where does the learning start?

In a brain, or maybe, in the whole nervous system? The key feature of all nerve cells (neurons) is excitation – a functional state of nerve cells.