Open Collective
Open Collective

W.O.W. Factor Academy INC.



W.O.W. Factor Academy

Empowering the Wonders of the World in children, parents, teachers, leaders, coaches, mentors, centers, youth groups, and schools through high energy and engaging educational curriculum that will inspire, ignite, and impact a lifelong love of learning for themselves and the lives they are responsible for. 


To create a world with diverse safe spaces that embrace love, respect, caring, unity, inclusion, and a sense of belonging through partnerships, collaboration, and sharing best practices in learning, mindfulness, and instruction that will allow children to reach their full potential. 

Mission Statement

Empowering children to experience the amazing awesome wonders of the world through sight, taste, touch, hearing and smelling, while providing tools and strategies to the influencers that impact change, growth, and development throughout the learning and impressionable stages of a child’s life. 

Commitment Decree 

We are committed to being passionate, innovative, motivated and to excellence
We are committed to building strong sustainable communities
We are committed to empowering 21st Century Learners
We are committed to doing good for the whole child
We are committed to improving a child’s education through innovative techniques

Guiding Principles 

  • Each child is unique and can succeed. Children are individuals with different rates and paths of development. Each child is uniquely influenced by their prenatal envi­ronment, temperament, physiology, and life experiences. With the appropriate support, all children can be successful learners and achieve the skills, behaviors, and knowledge described in the Framework.
  • Learning occurs within the context of relationships. Caring families, teachers, and other adults matter in a young child's life. Responsive and supportive interactions with adults are essential to children's learning.
  • Families are children's first and most important caregivers, teachers, and advocates. Families must be respected and supported as the primary influence in their child's early learning and education. Their knowledge, skills, and cultural backgrounds contribute to children's school readiness.
  • Children learn best when they are emotionally and physically safe and secure. Nurturing, responsive, and consis­tent care helps create safe environments where children feel secure and valued. In these settings, children are able to engage fully in learning experiences.
  • Areas of development are integrated, and children learn many concepts and skills at the same time. Any single skill, behavior, or ability may involve multiple areas of development. For example, as infants gain fine motor skills, they can manipulate objects in new ways and deepen their understanding of cause and effect. As preschoolers gain new verbal skills, they can better manage their emotions and form more complex friendships.
  • Teaching must be intentional and focused on how children learn and grow. Children are active, engaged, and eager learners. Good teaching practices build on these intrinsic strengths by providing develop­mentally appropriate instruction and oppor­tunities for exploration and meaningful play.
  • Every child has diverse strengths rooted in their family's culture, background, language, and beliefs. Responsive and respectful learning environments welcome children from diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds. Effective teaching practices and learning experiences build on the unique backgrounds and prior experiences of each child.