In all of MOSAIK's children programs, children learn about their brain and the virtues through an embodied and experiential learning process. Beyond content, both neuroscience and the Virtues are as well pedagogy in terms of how we design the flow of the program, and how our facilitators engage with the children. If you wish to learn more about the specifics of each program, I to receiving your enquiries.
Moolahsophy is a workshop that combines money and virtue, to lay the foundations for a healthy relationship with money in children. With forum theatre as the anchor modality, this programme was to go beyond traditional skill-based financial literacy. This embodied experience draws out the inner wisdom and potential inherent in every child.
Research has shown that our relationship with money is riddled with unconscious prejudices, and reactionary emotions. What we don't understand is likely to end up controlling us, and it has never been more necessary to raise children to have a healthy relationship with money, and be wise financial decision-makers.
By nurturing a healthy relationship with money from young, children develop a growth attitude towards money - shifting from a mindset of scarcity to one of abundance, and seeing the world from a lens of possibility.
In Collaboration with Playmoolah
In marrying the Virtues Project (TM) and neuroscience research of Emotions, Perception, Habits and Attention, this program brings children through the 5 Virtue strategies that awaken the gifts of Character innate within each and everyone of us.
Through theatre, storytelling, games, and arts, children internalise the Virtues Prokect 5 strategies.
The Virtues Project (TM) was founded in Canada in 1991 by Linda Kavelin-Popov, Dr. Dan Popov and John Kavelin. It was honoured by the United Nations during the International Year of the Family as a "model global program for families of all cultures".
It empowers individuals to live more authentic meaningful lives, families to raise children of compassion and integrity, educators to create safe, caring, and high performing learning communities, and leaders to encourage excellence and ethics.
BiziBe is a deeply experiential program that aims to strengthen the entrepreneurial mindset in children.
By defining entrepreneurship as a mindset, and not a skill-set, BiziBe aims to democratise and de-mystify the cultural perception of entrepreneurship, i.e. to make entrepreneurship accessible to all.
Entrepreneurial doesn’t mean profit above people; it doesn't mean foregoing formal education; and it most certainly doesn't mean being a boss who commands people around.
At Biz.i.Be, entrepreneurial is being defined as the recognition of a passion and/or a talent, the ability to identify and pursue opportunities to serve the community, create valuable solutions, assemble required resources, and implement practical plans.
The entrepreneurial mindset and skill set is therefore applicable in a variety of settings, from learning at school to socialising to working in a company to starting up a business.