Ideally, every Preschool program should be very precise in its approach, since it is aimed at young children who are in their early years, undergoing a constant transition, both physically and psychologically. A good preschool curriculum has the ability to significantly contribute to a child's proper growth and play the significant role of laying a foundation for further learning through a series of supervised experiences. It becomes very crucial that not only the Preschool curriculum that is available but also the educators who would be a part of it understand the purpose of their profile. Eventually, it is the teachers who determine what sorts of activities are best-suited for your child's development. Therefore, a proper preschool program cannot survive without rightfully qualified and trained Teachers.
However, today teaching training has become an increasingly-commercialised sector. Many institutions are handing out teacher preparatory certifications without making sure that their trainees have actually realised the crucial nature of their responsibilities. Teaching continues to be a self-rewarding profession and if only there is a proper training resource that could prepare knowledgeable and responsible educators, emotional and financial satisfaction is guaranteed.
Our course covers a variety of issues that are an integral part of being a duly qualified Preschool educator. Some of the areas that we stress upon include:
- Understanding Child Psychology, especially that of young toddlers who would be stepping out of the familiarity of their homes for the first time, i.e. children in the age-group of 2-4 years
- Recognising healthy physical and mental Developmental Patterns in a young child and spotting any aberrations
- Decoding a child's Learning Style. This becomes essential in making sure that what is being taught within a classroom is absorbed by the child in the least straining manner
- Preparedness for First-aid needs and dealing with children having health issues
- Mapping and observing the level of social, academic and emotional progress the child is making.