Shichida Child Education Center
Indonesia
The Darmawangsa Square
Lantai 2 unit 36-37
Jl. Darmawangsa VI & IX
Jakarta Selatan 12160
Indonesia
Telpon: +62 21 72780800
SMS / WA: +62 811 994722


AEON Mall BSD City
2nd Floor Unit 225
Jl. BSD Raya Utama
Tangerang 15345
Indonesia
Telpon : +62 21 2916-8131
SMS / WA: +62 878 08008473

Shichida Makassar
Jl.Sultan Alaudin No. 208 E-F
Makassar
Sulawesi Selatan 90221
Indonesia
Telpon : +62 411 881-131
www.shichidamakassar.com
 

The Shichida Method Education

Stages in the Shichida Method education:

  • Age womb-0 is The Infinity Period (infinity stage).
  • Age 0-3 is The Right Brain Period (genius stage).
  • Age 3-6 is The Transition Period (right brain dominance shift to the left brain).
  • Age > 6 is The Left Brain Period.

We need to realize that a child’s extraordinary ability diminishes without proper stimulation and that the first six years of a child’s life are absolutely the most fertile years for learning.

A child's innate ability diminishes if it is not stimulated.

The Law of Diminishing Ability

Goals of the Shichida Method:

  • To develop life-long learners.
  • To foster individuality and creativity.
  • To strengthen parent-child relationship.
  • To develop a balanced brain function.
  • To nurture a kind heart and mind.

The Shichida Method Program Overview:

  • Duration of class is 60 minutes (once a week).
  • Open for children ages 1 to 6 years old.
  • One parent must attend the class.
  • Classes are organized by age group.
  • Small class size of 4 - 6 students.
  • Weekdays and weekends classes.
  • One term consists of 10 weeks.
  • Term starts in January, April, July, and October of that calendar year.

It is not that we want to give the children just mere knowledge, but we wish their mental capacity to grow. Children, given a Shichida style education have amazing concentration and absorbing power and that is the most important part of our education. We are not aiming to give children mere knowledge but to give them the concentration power, which they can in later years learn things more easily.

Professor Makoto Shichida