• Early childhood development course in Dina Punjab

    Early childhood development course in Dina Punjab

    Suit 27B,Second Floor,Aries Tower,Maryam Hall,Main Murree Road,Shamsabad,Rawalpindi-




    International College of Technical Education.

    Head Office :

    Office # 27,  Second Floor, Maryam Shadi Hall Plaza

    (Airies Plaza), Shamsabad, Murree Road,

    Rawalpindi, Pakistan 46000.

    Email : info@icollegete.com

    Contact : 051-6122937, 0311-5193625, 0092-335-4176949

    Early childhood is the most critical period for active intervention. A child’s development at this stage is strongly influenced by the environment, and this influence continues to have a strong impact later in life. It is most important that education and life skills programs like Aflatotto also start at this early stage. Provides an overview of the history of early childhood education. theoretical model. Different Kinds of Early Childhood Programs. community resource. professional organization. Current status and problems of early childhood education. Students will have the opportunity to practice observational skills and explore a variety of tools for recording and evaluating the behavior of students, teachers, and young children’s environments. Students develop their own professionalism and strengthen their professional voice by developing literature, organizations, resources and networks in the field and articulating their own philosophy of early childhood education. Course content applies to Early Childhood Programs, Early Childhood Programs, Kindergarten and Primary Education. On-site work is required. Her first three years of life are a time of amazing growth and development. Based on neuroscientific research, this course examines the importance of early relationships and how they promote healthy brain development. Students gain a deeper understanding of this unique time in life and a vision for quality care and early education. Emphasis is placed on observing, analyzing, and reflecting on children as key elements in the application of educational practices in developmentally appropriate early childhood programs. Up-to-date knowledge of infant/toddler mental health helps students understand the bond between infants and parents/caregivers, and the effects of early childhood trauma and stress. The importance of being culturally competent educators who can teach children with diverse learning styles, culturally and linguistically diverse learners, diverse abilities, and widely different family backgrounds. to emphasize Students reflect on their own personal biases, develop a better understanding of cultural, ethnic, gender, sexual orientation, language and learning differences, create inclusive learning environments, build stronger relationships with students and families, Tailor teaching practice to each individual’s needs. learner. Aspects of diversity such as economic and social class, gender, gender identity, race/ethnicity/nationality, religion, ability, physical appearance, language, learning style and family composition are considered. Students will engage in multicultural and developmentally appropriate practices as a means of developing classroom environments that support the concepts of culture, diversity, equity, social justice and democracy in early childhood settings and in collaboration with families.



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