Early Childhood Care and Education

Early Childhood and Care

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Anganwadis, - rural mother and child care centres- were started by the Central government in 1975 as part of the Integrated Child Development Service program to combat child hunger and malnutrition. These centres play an important role in supporting the development of children from 3 to 6 years of age. The initiative, however, is not without its challenges. The anganwadis need support in

  • Adequate training of anganwadi workers
  • Refresher training and monitoring
  • Fortifying classrooms with learning aids
  • Creating awareness about the concept of early learning/literacy

The National Education Policy 2020 aims to formalize the pre-school structure and suggests inclusion of children from ages 3 to 8. This has opened up new avenues for positive intervention providing ample scope for overall development of children in their early years.

Teachers Can:

Schoolnet offers solutions based on widely accepted principles of early learning customized to the needs of states and institutions. The solution aims to, help anganwadis and early learning centres prepare children for a smooth transition to formal schooling. Our school readiness model helps achieve developmental outcomes through:

  • A pedagogically sound curriculum focused on all areas of development
  • A set of age appropriate learning aids, including smart kits expression boards and e-learning videos
  • Training of anganwadi workers/ early year practitioners on new pedagogical practices
  • Training for supervisors and CDPOs (Child Development Project Officer) to ensure sustainability of the project

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