Badanamu is designed to be a new way for children to learn.
Our foundation for everything is emotional learning (helping children to engage naturally) and active learning (activating a child’s entire brain while they play). The teaching method that emerges draws on theories of multiple intelligence and neuroscience. Best practices are then adapted from leading educational approaches such as Montessori. The resulting classroom planning and curriculum is unique and innovative: The Badanamu Method.
We believe children can learn more effectively, more deeply and more happily using the Badanamu method than any other comparable method.
The ability to understand and manage emotions is at the heart of Badanamu.
Emotional learning allows for natural engagement.
Knowing One’s Emotions
The contents and learning games provide students the ability to recognize emotions.
Stress and anxiety are natural consequences of the L2 learning process. A positive environment is essential to reducing the potential negative feelings associated with the process.
The positive fun of exploring the Badanamu world, exposing to students all the different environments and character.
Handling of Relationships
Collaborative activities requiring interactions at various levels
The Affective Filter
The positive energy helps to reduce this barrier.
Group activities based on the characters aimed at building self-confidence, trust, and camaraderie.
This is a key skill in learning a second language. Role playing, arts and crafts, and team games.
Total Physical Response is a language teaching method developed by James Asher, based on the coordination of language and physical movement.
Our extensive music and animated dance routines allow communication to begin for the youngest children.
Associating repeated physical action with words like in the animation “Ponytail.”
Sequences and movements: Cute animation sequences that children will associate words and phrases such as in the animation “Badanamu Time.”