Karl Witte education

Karl Witte believed that the intelligence of children is not hereditary, a specific type of education can transform any child into a genius. His early home training of his son over 200 years ago, is now regarded as one of the most inspiring and helpful contributions ever made to the literature of education.


Montessori method

Maria Montessori described the young child in the first plane enjoys two great natural gifts: the ‘absorbent mind’ and the ‘sensitive periods’, also known as times of optimal learning. Her educational method is in use today in public and private schools throughout the world.


Doman method

Glenn Doman believes all children are born with genius potential that is greater than Leonardo da Vinci ever used in his lifetime. His educational method is a flashcard based right brain home teaching programs, aiming to stimulate young children’s intelligence and to develop their right brain abilities...


Shichida method

Makoto Shichida believed that all children are born geniuses and the purpose of education is not to teach knowledge but to develop a child's abilities. His educational method incorporates special techniques for stimulating brains and helping children to develop special abilities from 3 months and 6 years old.


Early Education Methods

Researchers have studied the phenomena of early childhood education and have looked for ways to stimulate young children in order to enhance their brain development and natural abilities. Some of the methods discovered have produced life long lasting effects. Today many of the differences between individuals can now be explained by the use of early stimulation methods.

However, the early stimulation exercises must be used with right method and avoid excessive press. While no single approach can be identified as the best, those well-planned, high- quality early childhood programs with specified large print and integrated knowledge are better prepared for the development of young children’s mental superiority as well as mastering the complex demands of formal schooling. We listed below the four world renowned early childhood education methods according to the timeline. 

Doman Method

Dr. Glenn Doman is a physical therapist, who has pioneered the child brain development for more than half century. Dr. Doman has strongly influenced millions of families through his groundbreaking work and literature to brain-injured children, and was...

Karl Witte Education

Karl Heinrich Gottfried Witte (1767-1845) is a pastor of a German village, an influential and highly-regarded scholar in Austria and Germany, who encouraged a fairly intense program of early learning. His account of the early home training of his son...

Montessori Method

Montessori Method is an educational approach developed by Italian physician and educator Maria Montessori (1870 –1952). Her educational method is in use today in public and private schools throughout the world. Dr. Montessori began to develop her p...

Shichida Method

Dr. Makoto Shichida (1929-2009) is a well-known figure in Japan, having committed to developing techniques to stimulate the early development of the brain for forty years, and have founded over 450 Child Academies in Japan. Dr. Shichida believed that...