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  • 1. Pre School Education in Malaysia Mrs.D.M.W.Munasinghe Mr.P.Senevirathne Mr.T.Mukunthan Mrs.D.D.I.Deepthini 3 rd November 2010
  • 2. Outline
    • Introduction
    • Child Care Centre:IIUM
    • Tadika Seri Soka Kindergarten
    • Objectives
    • Resources in Pre-School
  • 3. Outline (Continue..)
    • Teaching –Learning Process
    • Activities
    • Summary
    • Suggestions
  • 4. Introduction
    • Background
    • Kindergartens, are run by
    • * The Government
    • *Nongovernmental agencies and
    • *Private sector.
    • Government provides common syllabus
    • (guide -lines)
    • 70% of child population attends pre-schools(nearly
    • Some early childhood institute have both Day care and kindergartens
    • Tadika Seri Soka and International Islamic University Child care centre
  • 5. Child Care Centre:IIUM
    • Age Limit : 2 month- 6 years
    • Teacher: Children = 1:5 (Day care)
    • Teacher: Children = 3:25(Kindergaten)
    • Meals : Provide by the institute
    • Medium :
    • National (Bahasa Melayu)
    • English and Chines
  • 6. Tadika Seri Soka Kindergarten
    • Number of students =510
    • Number of teachers=62
    • Medium :
    • National (Bahasa Malaya)
    • English and Chinese
    • They conduct morning and evening sessions
  • 7. Objectives
    • Educate and nurture children to be righteous, intelligent and healthy individuals; physically, mentally and spiritually.
    • Educate and train children to be independent and strong.
    • Instill in children the spirit of unity and caring for others.
    • To develop children of good character and good habits.
    • To educate children to become future world citizens with international outlook
  • 8. Resources in Pre-Schools
  • 9. Human Resources
    • Head Master
    • Sectional Head
    • Subject specialist – Gardening
    • - Computing
    • - Cooking
    • - Gym
    • Teachers
    • Assistant Teachers
  • 10. DIRECTOR
  • 11. Head Master
  • 12. Subject Specialist
  • 13. Teachers & Assistant Teachers
  • 14. One Class has three Teachers
  • 15. Below twenty five Students
  • 16. Physical Resources
    • * Garden *Play Area
    • * Reading room *Swimming
    • * Library *Music Room
    • * Multimedia *Medical Facilities
    • *Canteen *Stage
    • * GYM *Assembly area
    • * Kitchen * Rest room
    • * Feeding room
  • 17. Garden
  • 18. Garden
  • 19. Garden
  • 20. Play Area
  • 21. Swimming
  • 22. Multimedia
  • 23. Multimedia
  • 24. Stage
  • 25. Assembly Area
  • 26. Reading room
  • 27. Library
  • 28. Canteen
  • 29. GYM
  • 30. Kitchen
  • 31. Feeding room
  • 32. Play Area
  • 33. Music and Movement
  • 34. Teaching –Learning Process National Curriculum Soko Education
  • 35. Teaching –Learning Process
    • Space for
    • Physical Development
    • Aestatic Activities
    • Language Skills Development
    • Mathematical Skills Development
    • Creativity Development
  • 36. Activities
    • Development of Mathematics Concepts Eg: Discs carrying individual numbers from
    • 1-10 were hidden in several heaps of sand
  • 37. Language Development
  • 38. Physical Development
  • 39. Aesthetic Skills
  • 40. Basic Science
  • 41. Co-curricula Activities
  • 42. Community Participations
  • 43. Hope Courage and Friendship
  • 44. Summary
    • Main Objectives
    • National Curriculum
    • Resources
    • Teaching Learning Process
    • Teacher Training
    • Assessment Records
  • 45. Suggestions
    • Need of national Guide lines
    • Annual Teacher Training
    • Freedom to the Children for do activities
  • 46. THANK YOU