TAR EC College is proud to announce that the College will now be offering short courses and executive education programs to the public. All our programs are HRDF claimable.•The Certificate of Attendance will be given to the participant who meets the attendance requirement.•The Certificate of Completion will be given to the participant who completed the course assessment and meeting the attendance requirement.
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Physical and health education focuses on both learning about and learning through physical activity. Both dimensions help students to develop approaches to learning skills across the curriculum. School physical education (PE) provides a context for regular and structured physical activity participation.
PHYSICAL AND HEALTH EDUCATION
Through arts and crafts, children learn to value and appreciate artifacts and images across cultures and times. Experience in design, art, and crafts enable them to reflect critically on their work and those by others. They learn to act and think like designers and artists, working intelligently and creatively.
EARLY YEARS ART AND CRAFT
Early childhood is a time of tremendous growth across all areas of development. The dependent newborn grows into a young person who can take care of his or her own body and interact effectively with others. For these reasons, the primary developmental task of this stage is skill development.
CHILD GROWTH ANDDEVELOPMENT
Developmentally appropriate use of technology can help young children grow and learn, especially when families and early educators play an active role. Early learners can use technology to explore new worlds, make-believe, and actively engage in fun and challenging activities.
EARLY YEARS SCIENCE ANDTECHNOLOGY
Language and literacy development are major domains of early childhood development. They involve the development of the skills used to communicate with others through languages (language development), as well as the ability to read and write (literacy development).
LANGUAGE AND LITERACY IN EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION
Partnerships in education build bridges between families, communities, and schools. As children interact with the people, places, and things associated with the family, the immediate community, and beyond, they extend their horizons to develop the attitudes, skills, and knowledge they need to become effective citizens.
PARTNERING WITH FAMILY AND COMMUNITY
Early childhood administrators are responsible for the overall operation of their programs and services. The roles and responsibilities of early childhood administrators are diverse, ranging from complete responsibility for program operations to shared responsibilities of specific operations or programs.
ADMINISTRATION & MANAGEMENTIN EARLY CHILDHOOD
Special education is an instruction that is specifically designed to meet the unique needs of children who have disabilities.A special educational need is defined as a learning difficulty or disability that makes learning a challenge for a child. they'll have greater difficulty learning than other children of the same age.
INTRODUCTION TO EARLY YEARS SPECIAL EDUCATION
Define early learning goals for the entire preschool program and include relevant research on childhood development that helps establish the curriculum. The written framework is a guideline for teachers to use and should offer preschool educators current information on intentional play, simple to complex teaching, and factors that influence social skills.
PRESCHOOL CURRICULUM PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT
Critical thinking happens when children draw on their existing knowledge and experience, as well as on their problem-solving skills.
Early childhood teachers specialize in the learning, developmental, social, and physical needs of young children. These educators provide a safe and comfortable environment in which young children can learn not just early academics, but social, motor, and adaptive skills.
EDUCATOR IN EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION
The learning environment is the mix of spaces and context in which a young child grows and learns. The environment is often referred to as the “third teacher” (after parents and educators) due to its importance in early learning.