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Promotes enjoyment in learning

Observation learning not only helps promote enjoyment in learning, but also creates a flexible environment, which enables children to explore. As a result, children learn observation skills, solving problems and completing tasks create an amazing learning experience.

Encourages social interactions

Children also learn numerical, language and social skills through observational learning. Daily play is beneficial to their development, since it helps build their self-esteem. Also, children become familiar with diverse activities, learning new ways to have fun.

Improves behavior in children

Observational learning often occurs outside the classroom, and parents are the first to contribute to the learning process. Young children tend to imitate the behaviors and language of their peers from infancy, which help inculcate positive behaviors in them, and which they will gain directly through our PikaDo process.

Enhances memory

Memory improvement is the primary benefit in children. Imitation and memory go hand in hand in determining the child’s behavior. For instance, children retain the information of their surroundings and then mimic what they see and hear.

Influences mannerism

Although observational learning takes place throughout life, it is particularly vital during childhood, when children learn to respect those in authority. Through observational learning, children imitate their peers. For this reason, we select our PikaDo young teachers diligently to act as role models to ensure children develop admirable behaviors.

Expands knowledge

Observational learning also helps improve the child’s knowledge, through inquisition and imitation. Children become more familiar with new surroundings and knowledge which will help them improve their skills required to master the English language.

Breaking the boundaries of retention with PikaDo

PikaDo is breaking the boundaries of retention. Struggling to learn and remember will be a memory of the past! Memory is the process of maintaining information over time, and to break it down, there are three Memory stages. Encoding, Storing, and Retrieving.

Most of our young learners struggle to RETRIEVE the information, since it wasn’t ENCODED properly, or was done in a difficult manner which didn’t combine all of our methods.

With PikaDo, learning languages will be easier with the help of ESR.


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