From birth to age 5, a child’s brain develops more than at any other time in life. According to research, about 95% of the human brain is developed during the first five years. Early brain development has a great impact on a child’s ability to learn.
In the first years, a child’s brain development will create the foundations for all learning and development later in life.
Therefore, pre-primary classes are a significant period of a child’s life.
Henceforth, our TCP Teachers Training program for Pre-Primary classes (Pre-Year 1, Pre-Year 2 & Pre-Year 3), covers the following basic modules for Language learning (Listening, Speaking, Reading, Writing LSRW).
TCP focuses on
- Listening and Speaking
- Formation Rhymes
- Picture Comprehension
- Stories based on Islamic Values
- Creative Writing Skills
- English Handwriting
- Phonemic Rhymes
- Introduction of Numbers with Real Materials
- Number Rhymes and Tracing
- Storytelling of time
- Introduction of Shapes with Real Materials
- Storytelling of Shapes
- Alfaz ki kahaniyan
- Aik jaisi awazoun ka taruf
- Choti aur bari ashkal ka taruf
Our Teacher Certification Program (for Pre-primary) is focused on Child Centered Education. It is designed to encourage students to learn at their own pace. TCP (for pre-primary) stimulate brain development allowing children to create and imagine.
A few benefits of Child-Centered Education include:
- It gives the child a chance for self-discovery. It bridges the gap between exciting and meaningful learning.
- It instills a sense of responsibility in children.
TCP (for pre-primary) focuses more on the holistic development of children – the development of a child as a whole. Along with academic knowledge, our training program aims at enabling our teachers in Pakistan to help develop the physical, mental, cognitive, and emotional abilities of the children in their classroom.
TCP for Pre-Primary is structured around a child’s personal needs and interests. We have prioritized the subject of life skills that imparts a sense of collaboration among children and improves their soft skills.