This is what I like to call what I have learned after years of professional experience, research, and study, and my own experience as a mother that optimizes the results of the educational process.

After more than 27 years directing an early childhood education center, researching and implementing the latest neuroscientific and pedagogical innovations, and working with families as an educational and family coach, I want to define several important terms and concepts so that you can exercise your leadership as a parent.

  1. EDUCATIONAL PROCESS: Yes, it is a process, this means that it will not be immediate but will require some time and this will depend on variables such as age and personality of your child. Age and personality of yours, personal moments of both of you and the family, as well as the vital and social environment of both of you. It is not the same trying to get our children to sleep well if they are 6 months old than if they are two years old, if I am a sleepyhead, or if I have not slept for days because I have just had their brother. As such a process needs time and depends on variables, it will be very important to take all these variables into account to make an estimate of the duration of the educational process for a given behavior and not feel too frustrated.


2. TIME: It is not a matter of blaming ourselves for not having all the time we would like to have with our children, but it is a matter of knowing how much time we have and in what conditions of fatigue we are going to reach it so that we can establish on that basis the behavior or behaviors we want to achieve in our children. If I have very little time and I get home tired, the key to success is to select the most important priority, that way it will be feasible and the well-being that we will feel will motivate us for the following educational objectives.


3. BASIC KNOWLEDGE OF MY CHILD’S EVOLUTIONARY MOMENT: Neuroscience offers us a unique knowledge of how our children’s brains work and develop according to their age. Knowing the basic aspects will help us to establish educational objectives that are viable in reality and that will lead us to success.


4. OBSERVATION: Observe how our child is, what he likes, what makes him happy, what makes him angry, and what calms him down.


5. ESTABLISH A REALISTIC EDUCATIONAL ROUTE SHEET: With all the previous data plus all the tools that you discover through the educational coaching sessions, establish realistic and feasible educational objectives. In this way, we will feel our leadership as parents and our children will have the best educational guide for their best growth.




We have understood in the business world that orders lose effectiveness and productivity. We have implemented and trained in Leadership to motivate and improve teamwork by highlighting and enhancing the individuality of its members and yet when we get home, with our children we usually give orders and expect them to obey quickly, and if on the way they guess how tired we are, so much the better. Normally, we feel frustrated for not getting what we want, just as in the company with our children it does not work too well either. It is at this moment when we think: Well, my father/mother did it with me and it worked. STOPPPPPPP!

I would like you to read this reflection that gives an explanation that might interest you:

We are currently in:

A different social-economic context

Different people (Father/Mother)

Different children (Your child, is not you as a child)

Different knowledge of education

Do you think that our role as a parent educator of yesteryear could work?

How do you function best: with an external command or with a question that leads to action?

If you knew what your child can do and what he/she can’t do, would you ask him/her what he/she can’t do?

There is another way of understanding education that, like leadership, achieves better results, as well as greater personal well-being when leading as parents. Would you like to know the keys?


DRAMATIZATION AND EMOTION “The best tools for learning and not forgetting, cognitively and emotionally.

Neuroscience unveils the fascinating world of learning, the latest discoveries about this exciting world, necessary for the most excellent growth of our children, combine:


These are the three fundamental pillars of learning. They must go hand in hand to generate meaningful learning that is recorded in the memory of children. This is where dramatization comes into play as a pedagogical tool that unifies these three great elements that must be generated in the learning process.

How can this be translated to the world of our nursery school?

The answer is simple: “Being the protagonists of the adventures created in the classroom, discovering, smiling, being loved, feeling capable whatever our areas of intelligence are highlighted ( Goleman ).

Our pedagogical program and our publishing project

In our school, we have our own pedagogical program and editorial project, developed after our extensive experience and research of more than 53 years. In them, we implement dramatization in the classroom to generate curiosity, experimentation, and emotion. Thus, every day your child will be the protagonist of a great adventure lived, enjoyed, and learned.

The power of dramatization

Drama is a powerful tool for learning. It not only allows children to actively experiment and explore but also helps them develop emotional, social, and cognitive skills. By being the protagonists of their own stories, their curiosity and creativity are fostered, their problem-solving skills are stimulated, and their self-esteem and self-confidence are reinforced. In addition, recreating situations and roles, it facilitates the understanding and assimilation of concepts and enhances memorization and retention of what they have learned.

The use of dramatization in our school

At our school, we make extensive use of drama in our activities. We create a classroom environment in which children feel safe and free to express themselves, explore, and learn. Our classroom adventures are designed to be fun and exciting, arousing children’s curiosity and interest and motivating them to actively participate in their learning.


In short, dramatization is a powerful learning tool that is widely used in our school. Through it, we seek to foster curiosity, experimentation, and excitement in children, helping them to be the protagonists of their learning adventures. With more than 53 years of experience and research, our pedagogical program and our editorial project are designed to maximize the potential of each child and to make every day a great adventure lived, enjoyed, and learned.

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