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The Birth of Infinity Children’s World

In 2006, founders of Infinity Children’s World (ICW) wondered why there were nearly no help for parents, this realization prompted the establishment of ICW and then the Hong Kong Montessori Research and Development Association (HKMRDA), organizations that prioritizes parent education and helps parents become their children’s best educator. We also offer the only Amercian Montessori Society (AMS) Teacher Education programme in Hong Kong, HKMRDA teacher education programme, Montessori school programmes for children, research and development opportunities, and specialized Montessori materials. We hope that our holistic approach—one that attends to children, adults and the environment— will create a better future for humanity as a whole of, thereby taking human civilization to the next level!

Our Story    Yearbook

Founders


Lau Wing Sze Daisy



Yau Chun Ming Ralph

Chairperson and Founder of Hong Kong Montessori Research and Development Association
Former HKMRDA Executive Director (2010-2015)
Organizing Committee Chairperson of Montessori Asia Conference Hong Kong 2017
Founding member of Montessori Asia (2009)
AMS Teacher Trainer and Field Consultant
Teacher Trainer and Instructor of Montessori Parent Education Programme of HKMRDA 
AMS Certified Teacher (Ages 0-3 & 3-6)
Founder of Infinity Children's World and Supervisor of Infinity Montessori Academy
Montessori Instructor of CUSCS, Chinese University of Hong Kong Kong
Consultant of ECE department of Dalian American International School, China
Montessori Teacher Trainer of Capital Education Institute (Nanning Branch)
Teaching Practice Tutor of Montessori Centre International, London, UK
Former Field Supervising Consultant, International Montessori Teaching Institute, Beijing
Long Service Medal President of Hong Kong St. John Ambulance Brigade KYMCA Division
Consultant of Hong Kong Pok Oi Hospital
Possesses 15 years of Montessori Education Experience
Supervisor of Chen HC "Living Education" Research Centre, Hong Kong
Chief Supervisor of Chinese Society of Education Mroad Montessori Teacher Training Centre
Contributor of Master Insight and Hong Kong Economic Journal

Founder and Executive Director of HKMRDA
Former HKMRDA Chairperson (2010-2015)
AMS Teacher Trainer and Field Consultant
AMS Certified Teacher (Ages 0-3 & 3-6)
Montessori Teacher Trainer of Capital Education Institute (Nanning Branch)
Founding member of Montessori Asia (2009)
Organizing Committee Member of Montessori Asia Conference Hong Kong 2017
Founder of Infinity Children's World and Principa of Infinity Montessori Academy
Supervisor of Chen HC "Living Education" Research Centre, Hong Kong
Pro-bono Montessori Education Advisor of Po Leung Kuk Affiliated Kindergartens
Supervisor of Montessori Teacher Education Centre San Francisco Bay Area (Hong Kong)
Experienced primary/ secondary teacher
Former TVB Reporter and Anchor
Contributor of am730, Master Insight, Hong Kong Economic Journal and ohpama

Infant and Toddler Directress (Teacher)

Chan Hoi Man

AMS Directress (Ages 3-6)
HKMRDA Directress (Ages 0-3)
Experienced Kindergarten Teacher

Lee Yim Wah Eva

AMS Directress (Ages 3-6)
HKMRDA Directress (Ages 0-3)

Hung Yi Ling

AMS Directress (Ages 3-6)
HKMRDA Directress (Ages 0-3)

Chan Po Shan

AMS Directress (Ages 3-6)
HKMRDA Directress (Ages 0-3)

Halo Sze

AMS Directress (Ages 3-6)
HKMRDA Directress (Ages 0-3)
English Teacher

Tang Sheung Wing

HKMRDA Directress (Ages 0-3)
Registered Nurse (Psychiatric)

Early Childhood Directress/ Director (Teacher)

Wong Siu Wing Horance

AMS Director (Ages 3-6)
HKMRDA Director(Ages 0-3)

So Wai Ching Teresa

AMS Directress (Ages 3-6)
HKMRDA Directress (Ages 3-6)

Floreta Liu

AMS Directress (Ages 3-6)
HKMRDA Directress (Ages 3-6)
English Teacher

Patricia Tsang

AMS Directress (Ages 3-6)
HKMRDA Directress (Ages 3-6)
English Teacher

Wong Siu King

AMS Practicum Directress (Ages 3-6)
HKMRDA Directress (Ages 0-3)

Yue Tian

AMS Practicum Directress (ages 3-6)
Putonghua Teacher

Wong Tin Tok Vincent

Music Director 
Former Conductor of Wong Tai Sin Children’s Choir
Haiziman Piano Competition First Prize
Hong Kong-Asia Piano Competition Third Price

Deng Chao

AMS Practicum Directress (ages 3-6)
Art and Putonghua Teacher

ICW Centre Directress/ Director (Teacher)

Hong Yee Lok Helen

AMS Directress (Ages 3-6)
HKMRDA Directress (Ages 3-6)
Experienced Canada and HK Montessori School Directress
Prince Edward Centre

Li Wai Han Sandy

AMS Directress (Ages 3-6)
HKMRDA Directress (Ages 3-6)
Kowloon Bay Centre

Wong Siu Wing Horance

AMS Director (Ages 3-6)
HKMRDA Director (Ages 0-3)
Kowloon Bay Centre

So Wai Ching Teresa

AMS Directress (Ages 3-6)
HKMRDA Directress (Ages 3-6)
Experienced Kindergarten Teacher
Yuen Long Centre

Zheng Zhiying

HKMRDA Directress (ages 0-3)
AMS Practicum Directress (ages 3-6)
Putonghua Teacher
Prince Edward Centre

Yue Tian

AMS Practicum Directress (ages 3-6)
Putonghua Teacher
Yuen Long Centre

The Birth of Infinity Children’s World

In 2006, founders of Infinity Children’s World (ICW) wondered why there were nearly no help for parents, this realization prompted the establishment of ICW and then the Hong Kong Montessori Research and Development Association (HKMRDA), organizations that prioritizes parent education and helps parents become their children’s best educator. We also offer the only Amercian Montessori Society (AMS) Teacher Education programme in Hong Kong, HKMRDA teacher education programme, Montessori school programmes for children, research and development opportunities, and specialized Montessori materials. We hope that our holistic approach—one that attends to children, adults and the environment— will create a better future for humanity as a whole of, thereby taking human civilization to the next level!

Education for Life, Hope for the Future

In order to transform what we see into abstract concepts, there must be an interaction between the concrete object and our minds. As Dr. Montessori stated, "The education of even a very small child, therefore, does not aim at preparing him for school but for Life." If we believe that children should not be made to comply with the rigid standards and curriculum that adults set, then we need to know more about how humans learn first so that we can offer a better alternative. Through insights gained from scientific observation, we can modify our approaches according to children’s developmental needs at various stages. What we need to do as educators is respect life and support healthy psychological development. If adults force children to memorize things without providing appropriate concrete experiences, the natural curiosity of children will be crushed.

The kind of education we embrace does not treat children as empty vessels in which we pour knowledge and information into. Rather, we see our role as if a guide and nurturer; our duty is to support children’s natural learning abilities and assist them in to become the best that they can be.

“Peaceful Education” is fundamental to the Montessori approach, which is highly valuable to the city we live in. Hong Kong is a society of fierce competition and this extends to the field of education. There is a lack of compassion, acceptance, and cooperation among people. It is unfortunate that children learn to compete against each other at a young age; when it is all about winning your opponents and getting higher marks than your peers, it is no wonder that children become aggressive and self-centered. Without the promotion of peaceful education at home and in school, children do not get to learn how to share and cooperate, and this dire situation will be hard to change.

Many people see the field of Early Childhood Education as a lucrative business but this is absolutely not what education should be. Education is neither a commodity nor a business, and its purpose is not to serve adults. It is all about respecting life.

Sustain Children’s Natural Learning Desire

When young children use their hands, their brains are functioning. This is because concrete logical movement is the foundation for the abstract thinking mind; as Dr. Montessori said, “Mental development must be connected with movement and be dependent on it.” This is why learning at this early age should not be dominated by text but rather it should focus more on hands-on activities. Children learn through movement, and only things that children can see, touch, and hear can arouse children’s learning interest. When children’s five senses are fully engaged, these experiences become internalized, and learning occurs in a fun and natural way. When learning is interactive, the positive experience inspires an internal motivation to make discoveries, and children develop a strong sense of wonder towards their environment. Through manipulating different materials that are appropriate to their internal needs, children’s motivation and interest can be sustained, and they will develop a sense of determination that will subsequently release their full potential. When learning is not focused on letter grades, children can learn through exploration in a joyful and pressure-free environment. However if children have to cope with stress and are not allowed to explore the classroom, how can children become active learners? We should be reminded that human beings are the most proactive learning creatures on earth!

Prepared Adult, Prepared Environment

According to Montessori, children aged 0 to 6 years have a strong “absorbent mind”; this refers to their incredible capacity to take in all sorts of verbal and non-verbal information from the surrounding. Before the age of 3, children’s learning is mostly unconscious, and they absorb whatever information they receive from the environment. From 3 to 6 years old, they begin to learn consciously (brought on by the mastery of language), and their personal character becomes more or less stabilized when they reach 6 years old. Therefore, the first few years are critical in one’s life; the environment that children are immersed in will shape their development. In order to ensure that children gaining rich experiences from a diverse environment that builds up their character, parents must understand their child’s developmental needs; they are the ones who share an ever-present bond with their child, 24-hours day, since the day the child is born. This is why we believe that parent education should start during pregnancy and not just after birth. Our Montessori Parent Education Programme serves parents who have children under 5 years of age; our Infinity Infant class welcomes 1 to 2­year-8-month-old toddlers and their parents; our Infinity Children program is open to children 2.8 to 6 years of age.

One of the aims of the Montessori approach is to create an environment that promotes self-directed learning and concentration in children. This environment does not impart knowledge; rather through the dynamic interaction between children, adults, and educational materials, we focus on nurturing children’s learning abilities. As developmental psychologist Jean Piaget (former president of Association Montessori Internationale) pointed out, mental development is a continuous process that lasts from birth till adulthood. Therefore, what we emphasize is the process itself and not the product, and this process is what we find the most fascinating. As Montessori educators, we strive to provide prepared environments that incorporate the outside world into the learning areas, so that children’s minds may be inspired.

發展歷程 2018

  • 創辦人劉詠思獲香港教育大學幼教研討會邀請演講
  • 創辦人邱振明獲香港教育大學幼教研討會邀請演講
  • 協辦廣西家長教育研討會
  • 每月舉辦【蒙特梭利教育初探】公益講座
  • 第三屆美國蒙特梭利協會(AMS)國際執照教師畢業
  • 籌辦首屆國際蒙特梭利嬰幼師培育課程
  • 為保良局屬下幼稚園舉行教師培訓
  • 舉辦六個月至一歲嬰幼兒課
  • 為保良局吳多泰幼稚園設置JELIC多元智能教室及培訓
  • 東莞東城衛計局500家長課
  • 舉辦幼教中華文化萬里路「發現漢字」河南安陽之旅
  • 明愛社區書院-教師培訓
  • 廣東省東莞特殊學校-教師培訓
  • 教育大學(幼教新趨勢)大會
  • 保良局-教師培訓
  • 大連,東莞,南寧,虎門,南昌,杭州,上海
  • 嶺南大學-學生到訪學習

發展歷程 2017

  • 舉辦香港亞洲蒙特梭利會議2017,會議由香港蒙特梭利研究及發展學會主辦、香港教育大學--幼兒教育學系、港澳兒童教育國際協會及亞洲蒙特梭利聯合會合辦  詳情
  • 創辦人邱振明獲 Russia Montessori Festival 2017 邀請演講「孩子獨立的障礙:成人和環境」
  • 邱振明獲香港教育大學邀請演講「蒙特梭利如何引導孩子從自由中培育自律」
  • 創辦人劉詠思獲香港教育大學邀請演講「正常化VS異常化」
  • 劉詠思獲香港教育大學「兩岸四地可持續發展教育論壇」邀請演講【蒙特梭利孩子的日常環保生活 】
  • 邱振明獲香港教育大學「兩岸四地可持續發展教育論壇」邀請演講【蒙特梭利自然教育】
  • 本校老師獲香港教育大學「兩岸四地可持續發展教育論壇」邀請,舉行【環保教具製造工作坊】及【兒童環保之家】藝術展覽 
  • 劉詠思獲新加坡學前華文教學研討會邀請演講「發現漢字」
  • 劉詠思獲南京陳鶴琴活教育思想論壇第一屆年會邀請,分享創立兒童無限的理念和背後的故事
  • 本校榮幸成為陳鶴琴活教育香港研究中心,中心於2017年5月22日正式開幕,典禮於香港兒童無限學校舉行。典禮由陳鶴琴先生外孫柯小衛先生主禮。中心主任由兒童無限學校創辦人劉詠思擔任、總幹事為兒童無限學校創辦人邱振明、秘書為陳鶴琴先生曾孫陳果。出席嘉賓包括香港中文大學、香港教育大學、香港樹仁大學等學者專家,以及參加亞洲蒙特梭利會議2017部份代表。
  • 在香港教師中心舉辦【陳鶴琴教育學說】講座
  • 邱振明獲嶺南大學幼教系邀請演講【蒙特梭利教育初探】
  • 為全港幼兒學校舉辦二小時【蒙特梭利教育初探】公益講座
  • 會見勞工及福利局副局長,建議推廣家長教育
  • 邱振明獲am730及ohpama網站邀請撰寫專欄
  • 邱振明獲香港電台「中國點點點」邀請,評論中港教育產業化,蒙特梭利在中港發展和家長教育。
  • 樹仁大學新聞與傳播學系訪問創辦人劉詠思【另類教育的挑戰】
  • 第二屆美國蒙特梭利協會(AMS)國際執照教師畢業
  • 第五及六屆香港蒙特梭利研究及發展學會(HKMRDA)嬰幼兒教師畢業
  • 籌辦第三屆美國蒙特梭利協會教師培育課程
  • 邱振明獲保良局屬下幼稚園邀請擔任蒙特梭利教育義務學術顧問
  • 邱振明獲香港有品協會邀請演講【蒙特梭利教育初探】
  • 中大教育心理學系、教大幼教系到訪、耀中社區學院幼教系、東華三院社工團、博愛醫院學前教育部到訪、寧波幼教園長們到訪、美國 Guidepost Montessori、宏恩基督教學院幼教系、新加坡華文學習委員會學前組到訪
  • 為保良局曹金霖夫人幼稚園及Mindcrafters設置JELIC多元智能教室及培訓

發展歷程 2006-2018 

  About Us

Infinity Children's World was founded by Daisy Lau and Ralph Yau in 2006 and subsequently the Hong Kong Montessori Research and Development Association (HKMRDA), We emphasizes parent education, and also offer the only Amercian Montessori Society (AMS) Teacher Education programme in Hong Kong, HKMRDA teacher education programme, Montessori school programmes for children, research and development opportunities, and specialized Montessori materials. 
School Registration No.: 582123

  Contact Us
  Infinity Children's World   Infinity Children's School

8 Somerset Road, Kowloon, Hong Kong.

Tel : (852) 35896366
Mail : infinitycw@gmail.com
Business Hours : 8:30am - 5:00pm