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Important Parts Of Education That Aren't In The Curriculum

Education that goes in inside the classroom is clearly incredibly important to your child's overall health and development. Learning the essentials of math, science, and language are all necessary for educational success. But there are some crucial elements of childhood development that can't be quite as easily written into the curriculum. Here are some important parts of school that won't be in your child's syllabus, but you should still pay attention to as you look to enroll your child in a private school.

Emotional Intelligence

Emotional intelligence is one of the hardest things to teach, and yet it is essential for a child's development, especially those that are elementary school age. This includes skills like empathy, introspection, and understanding how to communicate. While this isn't something that usually is able to be taught directly, it is possible to incorporate it into elementary school curriculum through activities that require emotional intelligence. Subjects like art and music often require a high degree of emotional intelligence, as well as extra-curriculars and other highlights of a school day, like recess.

Curiosity And Willingness To Learn

While a school is able to provide a curriculum for a child, a school can't always make that child want to learn the material. Schools that adapt to a child's interests help foster curiosity and give the student a better foundation for wanting to learn more in later years. This is a quality generally found more frequently in private schools over public schools, partially due to smaller class sizes. 87 percent of private schools have fewer than 300 students, and are able to spend more effort on focusing on children's individual interests as a result.

Creativity and Imagination

Young children tend to be more creative initially upon entering the education system, but this quality can be lost as they age. A good curriculum will foster this innate imagination and help it to grow, rather than stifling it. Incorporating elements of the arts into normal classroom settings will help encourage this in students.

When looking to enroll your child in a private school, be sure to look for these important educational values that may not be easily observed in the curriculum. These can ensure your child has a thorough education, including emotional intelligence, curiosity, and creativity.


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