In Duhovka, I learned how far personal freedom can go within firmly set, meaningful and understandable rules. This applies equally to children and adults, it takes a lot of work, consistency, and respect, but - it does work. With a bit of exaggeration, I like the statement that a child does not really need to be brought up, it is enough to live well, and the child will follow. And there are plenty of such adults who are good role models for children in Duhovka. We have a great team.
Everything that has happened in my life is important for my current role in Duhovka. Education in the field of preschool pedagogy, Montessori training and long experience of a teacher in preschool, together with experience from my own parental role, have helped me in the field of children's education. In the area of preschool and team leadership, I actually find that many things work similarly to a classroom environment. The love of learning is absolutely crucial for me - the desire to learn, discover, research, and share my experiences with others. That, I think, is the most important thing in my relationship with Duhovka.
I like the approach to education. Emphasis on the personality of each child without the need for comparison, leaving room for exploring and discovering the world.
From the experience with my own children, I consider the "Help me to do it myself" approach to be the right way.