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  1. 1. Child Care from a Global Perspective PHILIPPINES Junnifer Annie Salmee Avelina Nasima, :
  2. 2. ULO Head BALIKAT Shoulders TUHODKneesPAA Toes
  3. 3. Country OverviewPhilippines
  4. 4. • 1564-1882- PRE-SPANISH PERIOD 1890 -1900 -SPANISH ERA 1935-1948- AMERICAN ERA
  5. 5. • Day care programmes are carried out in public centres and home-based setting a. Home-based – Parents , guardians enhanced their knowledge, skills and attitudes in parenting through listening to air program –Philippine family on the air; b. PublicDay Care Centres- largest provider of early child care• 3 to 4 hr sessions per age group, Monday till Friday• Education aims to develop physical,social,emotional, and cognitive in a less structured curriculum and mostly through play. Both Formal and Informal aim to develop children in all aspects(physical,social, emotional,and cognitive )to maximize children’s potential through a variety of experiences considering their interests and capabilities.
  6. 6. July 26, 2005 -National Pre-School Education Program was conceived and started
  7. 7. • To engage children in a teacher-directed, structured classroom tasks;• Educators maintain the children’s health and follow safety policies, if they get sick (I.e. cold, flu, running nose or diarrhea).• Encourage children’s growth in all domains (physical, social, emotional, l anguage and cognitive).• Create enhancing programs and curriculums
  8. 8. • High School Diploma• The education must be a Bachelor of Science degree with specialization in Early Childhood or Kindergarten education.• Female between ages 18-45 (for daycares)• Male or female, between the age of 21- 35 (for pre-school)• Training experience and an interest in working with young children and certified physically and emotionally fit.
  9. 9. Availability of Day Care Programs in Canada Different types of childcare  Child care centers school age or under  Preschool/nursery school 2.5-5 years  Regulated family child care 0-12 years  Early childhood intervention  Kindergarten 5 years
  10. 10. Availability of Day Care Programs in PhilippinesDifferent types of childcare: Day-care Centers 3-5years NGOs/Community-based 3-5years Public Pre-schools 5 years Private Pre-schools 3-5years
  11. 11. OPENING HOURS COMPARISONCanada PhilippinesFull-day or part- 3-4 hours sessions day Morning or afternoonMonday-Friday shift Monday and Friday
  12. 12. DIFFERENT COSTS IN TWO COUNTRIES• Canada • Philippines$ 9600 a year 2850pesos($66) a year
  13. 13. the State of Day Care Programs in Canada Child care and nursery school/preschool programs arein short supply in most regions of the country Nursery schools, preschools and kindergartenprograms are not organized to support the needs ofparents. The subsidy system often does not cover the actualcosts.
  14. 14. the State of Day Care Programs in Philippines There are more day-care centers in urban areas than in rural area Day-care centers are insufficient for the large number of children below six years who live in severely congested urban areas
  15. 15. Reference, Barbara, and Jane Carol. Essentials of Early Childhood Education. fourth. NELSON, 2012. Print.
  16. 16. References: 67e.pdfGestwicki, Barbara, and Jane Carol. Essentials of Early Childhood Education. fourth. NELSON, 2012. Print.www.globalperspective-child’s care,