Your Neighborhood Early Childhood Educator

Welcome to Polaris

Polaris is the academic name of North Star, with the metaphorical meaning of “Enlightening” and “Guiding”.

Polaris is grounded on the world early childhood research, extracts the essential experience of the Canadian early childhood education,  to help the global early childhood education grow and flourish!

Three Education Systems

Referring to the Canadian early childhood education guideline, Polaris develops curriculum, which fits the child developmental stages with internationalized characteristics.

Based on the “Whole Child Education” system, Polaris develops early childhood teacher educating curriculum, which focuses on the integration of solid theoretical foundation and enriched practical values.

Polaris develops family educating curriculum to promote early childhood education knowledge and practice, aiming at promoting parents’ involvement in children’s growth in a scientific way.

Our Advantages

Profound Brand Foundation

A Canadian brand with international visions

Strong Faculty For Teacher Education

Professional educators with strong theoretical and practical experience

Powerful Localization Support

Fully-supported in localization of the brand

Solid Research Foundation

Everything is grounded on early childhood education research

Partnership With Childcare Providers

Helps to expand international experience in early childhood education

Three Education System Integration

Comprehensive education system for children, teachers and parents

Core Educational Philosophy

What is “Whole Child Education”?
“Whole Child Education” is an educational concepts and philosophy in the world early childhood education. Based on the comprehensive understanding of children’s growth, it promotes children’s development from the five dimensions – physical, emotional, cognitive, social and creative. It is a set of theoretical and practical systems formed by the research of generations of psychologists, educators, scientists, and even philosophers, as well as the practice of countless early childhood educators. It regards children as individuals with independent personalities and treats them as members of society from an early age. The purpose of Whole Child Education is to nurture children with health, sound cognition, emotional self-regulation ability, social competence, and fresh creativity.
John Dewey and “Whole Child Education”
As early as the late 19th century, the well-known American philosopher, psychologist, and educational reformer John Dewey emphasized meeting the needs of the whole child—physical, social, emotional, and intellectual. Dewey’s educational philosophy led to the understanding that schools should be devoted to encouraging children to grow, help them toward effective social membership, and develop as individual in the uncertain future that they would face.  
Professor James J. Heckman , USA
Nobel Laureate Dr. Heckman and Whole Child Education
Dr. James Heckman,Professor at University of Chicago, and 2000 winner of Nobel Prize in Economics. In his research on the return of investment of early childhood development program, he indicates that early childhood program of high quality should take the “child-centric” and “whole child” approach in the learning and caring of children.

Our Team

They are from universities, colleges, daycares and kindergartens, all with solid theoretical foundation as well as rich practical experience. 

They work as a team to creative a dynamic environment where research provides evidence to practice and curriculum development, and the educational practice offers feedback to research. 

Research Team
Lead the educational practice to the correct way
Teacher Education Team
Offer ECE professional training with high quality
ECE Curriculum Development Team
Continuously develop curricula to support ECE organizations
Administrative Team
Coordinate the whole team for sustainable development

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