The starting principle
is primarily anchored on educational psychology. To recall, educational psychology is concerned with how individual learns in educational settings- his/her nature, his/her innate tools and/or capacities for learning,
and his/her learning styles.
Principle 1 The nature
of the learner should be the
consideration in teaching
The learner is the center of all educative processes. All educational efforts of whatever institution- family,
civic, or academic in the local, national or global community are geared toward his development. Efforts exerted are centered
from designing the suitable curriculum to the mode of delivering it to the learner. But all of such would end futile if they
do not meet and/or match the nature of the learner. Understanding the nature of the learner- his
growth, development, and learning, is therefore a must to ensure success in all educational endeavors.
Principle 2 Individual differences