Developing Awareness – Awareness of thinking processes is essential for personal enhancement in every walk of life.
The Eshcolot Method enhances students’ capacity for reflective thinking and enables students to be more aware of internal and external processes.
Imparting Thinking Skills – In our information-rich age, an ever-increasing emphasis is being placed on the importance of basic thinking skills.
The Eshcolot Method provides a broad range of these skills: problem-solving strategies, decision- making models, logical and mathematical thinking, verbal and communication skills, and more.
Strengthening Life Skills – The game-playing experience is an extraordinary simulator of emotional and social processes.
It obliges us to deal with situations involving cooperation and competition, winning and losing, success and failure, and it reinforces our ability to effectively manage and control our emotions, to defer gratification, and to enhance our determination, perseverance and self-discipline.
Interdisciplinary Transfer – The application of content and skills learned in one setting to another is considered by many researchers to be one of the most important learning abilities.
The Eshcolot Method establishes an organizing base for many aspects of our lives. Through this method, children develop the ability to identify links between different fields of human thinking and activity, and this consequently enables them to transfer knowledge and apply it to other fields.