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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. Referencehttp://www.flickr.com/http://unesdoc.unesco.org/images/0013/001378/137867e.pdfGestwicki, Barbara, and Jane Carol. Essentials of Early Childhood Education. fourth. NELSON, 2012. Print.
  16. 16. References:http://unesdoc.unesco.org/images/0013/001378/1378 67e.pdfGestwicki, Barbara, and Jane Carol. Essentials of Early Childhood Education. fourth. NELSON, 2012. Print.www.globalperspective-child’s care,philippines.Web.Unesdoc.unesco.org/images/0013/001378/137867.pdfSlideshare.net/philippinepresentation2.

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