Early Education and Care
Early Education and Care is also known as E.E.C. help to provide quality care and education for children.
Early childhood courses are available through undergraduate and graduate courses. Students taking these courses are required to learn how young minds learn, how to interact with kids and how to plan and conduct classes for children. Instruction in assessing language and developmental delays will also be included in an early childhood education program. Some states require practical teaching experience for certification and licensing in this field, so some programs and classes also include a teaching practicum. Students taking these courses explore a variety of topics including:
- Child development
- Nutritional needs
- Language acquisition
- Movement and motor skills
- Cultural influences
The Nursery Teachers Training Programme is to prepare people to understand better the kids with the importance of early education and give career path for Pre-Schools.
Develop an understanding of principles and processes of various aspects of child’s growth and plan educational activities accordingly.
Get knowledge of early childhood care and education.
Familiarize with methods, equipment, and material of early childhood care and education with their effective use.
Understand the importance of health, nutrition and welfare services for the child and the ability to nurture healthy habits, prepare nutritive and inexpensive meals and render first aid in case of minor injuries/accidents.
Be aware of the role of parents and community in the education of pre-school and early primary school children.
Develop an understanding of various tools and techniques of child study.
Organize, plan and implement school programs.
Here are a few early education courses that you may consider:
Early Childhood Development Course
This is an introductory class in early childhood education, designed for those students who wish to become preschool or kindergarten teachers. This class covers the major theoretical perspectives of the cognitive, emotional and social development of children from infancy to age six.
Infant and Toddler Assessment and Intervention Course
Intermediate classes in early childhood education, such as this, present curriculum and assessment models for teachers of young students. Strategies for effective teaching are explored. Students study the developmental stages of young children and study evaluation methods that determine if children have any learning or developmental issues.
Language Development Course
Students taking these course study methods for teaching students spelling, pronunciation and vocabulary. They learn the way that students acquire language through classroom observation. Usually, students observe how very young children, such as toddlers, acquire language and compare it to the language acquisition of older children. Students will learn to develop lesson plans to teach students writing and reading for kindergarten and preschool age students.