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What can a course in Early Childhood Education teach you?8 July 2020
Remember your child`s worst-ever so-called tantrum. Even though it`s the most common situation that parents face, the only solution we can think of is screaming and yelling. Not that we want to, but for the lack of a better solution, that`s the reaction we often give. It`s mainly because we don`t know what happens inside of a child`s brain, which leads to a tantrum. And because we don`t know what is going on, we cannot come up with a solution that truly works.
We all certainly know how critical it is to give the right response at this age. We have often heard that children are like sponges; they absorb everything they hear, see, experience during the early years. This is because the child`s brain is most flexible during the first five years. Research has proven that children who face adversity or prolonged stress during the early years face lifelong problems in learning, behavior, physical and mental health. Research also indicates that a child`s life can take an empowering turn with the care of only one loving nurturer. Such is the power of an Early Childhood Educator.
If you would like to change the course of a child`s life for the better, it makes sense to take up study in Early Childhood Education. The course can help:
- Have a higher perspective regarding the educational needs of young children
- Holistic development of a child`s social, emotional, cognitive, and physical requirements to build a stable and broad foundation for lifelong learning and wellbeing.
- Teach how to interact with others, including peers, teachers, and parents and also begin to develop interests that will stay with them throughout their lives
- Instruct and care for preschool and primary-school-aged children
- Promote healthy eating habits
- Ensure health and safety
- Learn about classroom management and curriculum planning
It might prove to be very challenging but equally stimulating, rewarding while providing opportunities for working across various roles. It cannot just make you a better educator but also a better parent. What`s better than knowing that you created an impact that will last a lifetime.
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