We are born to learn. An infant’s brain grows rapidly and remains highly “Plastic” or malleable during the first five years.
Important creative, thinking, and social-emotional skills must take root early on to become stable parts of their evolving minds. Interactions with adults, activities with physical materials, and free play with peers set the stage for learning that has been shown - time and again - to lead to future academic, professional, and personal success.
Parents are now able to learn, monitor, and engage more with their children via with informal media.
We believe that if parents can incorporate parent-facing reporting into their busy lives, this data has the potential to encourage and support parent behaviors which improve learning for children.
ChildFolio connects all stakeholder – parents, caregivers, teachers, curriculum developers – with a vested interest in a child’s educational outcomes together, with common visibility into the child’s growth, experiences, successes and struggles, in a way that encourages interactions with the child to further support their comprehensive learning.