Primary intention of the NTC Program is the practical implementation of new discoveries from the field of educational neuroscience in classrooms and everyday life. Play, as an intrinsic need of a child, represents the key factor of the NTC Program implementation. The Program is characterized by three implementation phases. Integral part of the first phase are evolutionary accordant activities characterized by the complex motor activities, including fine motor skills, dynamic eye accommodation, rotation, balance, and movement. The second phase of the NTC Program is characterized by abstract classifications, abstract seriations, and association, while the goal of the third phase is the development of divergent and convergent thinking, and functional knowledge. Those three phases encompass sensory-motor and cognitive development of children.
The NTC Program is currently being conducted in 15 European countries, while in 7 of them it has also been accredited by the Ministry of Education. Several projects (IPA CBC, ERASMUS PLUS, UNICEF) have been done in Europe (Croatia, Montenegro, Slovenia, Slovakia, Austria and England).