Showing posts with label early childhood education. Show all posts
Showing posts with label early childhood education. Show all posts

Thursday, October 18, 2012

Early Childhood Education

OVERVIEW : Early childhood education deals with taking care of children by the people other than their relatives or family members. The National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) defines early childhood before the age of eight.

JOB DESCRIPTION : Early childhood education jobs are ideal for those who possess great communication skills especially when working with young children. Compassion and patience is essential when educating young children. Most early childhood education workers have a college degree. Early childhood development education and training license are issued by most state governments. 

                                                               
The early childhood education teachers help young children to achieve development in what is commonly referred to as the SPICE of life: Social, Physical, Intellectual, Creative and Emotional domains of their lives.

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Wednesday, September 26, 2012

The Vital Importance of Early Childhood Education



Early childhood education is defined as education received during the first eight years of the child's life. It is during this phase that the perception of child for various things is developing and is at its peak and during this period, most of the learning of the child takes place. Thus, it becomes imperative that proper care and guidance should be given to the child in these formative years since it has a bearing on their future adult life as well.

In general, the entire learning process should be fun for the child and not something forceful and imposed on the child. Thus, if proper care is taken for the early childhood education of the child, it will reap in benefits for both the child and the parents and ultimately help in building a healthy, prosperous nation. 

For more Information On Early Education Education,
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Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Significance of Early Childhood Education

Education is the cornerstone on which the edifice of our future rests. Stronger the education, the firmer the edifice of our future would stand. Also, it is now scientifically proven that the formative years of children are the most important years for emotional, mental and intellectual development of a child as they learn very fast in their early childhood and this is the time when the wiring of the brain, i.e. the formation of basic neural network connections takes place.

Psychologists have proven that during the age range of one to eight years, the child is at the peak of learning curve and soaks on new things continuously. It is during this age that the child learns basic social skills, bonding with parents and others, language and vocabulary, and learning and developing new skills. The brains of babies are highly tuned to soak up various things and retain more information than adults can soak up. 

A good early childhood education program would involve parents at every stage of the learning process so that the child gets maximum benefit and learns in affinity with ones surrounded. It should place an emphasis on learning through play, in order to hold the full attention of the child at all time times without the child getting bored and keeping them interested in the activity all the time. 

The early childhood program must place equal importance on the physical, cognitive, emotional and social development of the child so that a well rounded personality of the child could be developed. In general, the entire learning process should be fun for the child and not something forceful and imposed on the child. Thus, if proper care is taken for the early childhood education of the child, it will reap in benefits for both the child and the parents and ultimately help in building a healthy, prosperous nation. 

For More Information on Early Childhood Education,
http://www.schoolanduniversity.com/articles/early-childhood-education