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Pre School Education in malaysia

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Pre School Education in malaysia

  1. 1. Pre School Education in Malaysia Mrs.D.M.W.Munasinghe Mr.P.Senevirathne Mr.T.Mukunthan Mrs.D.D.I.Deepthini 3rd November 2010
  2. 2. Outline • Introduction • Child Care Centre:IIUM • Tadika Seri Soka Kindergarten • Objectives • Resources in Pre-School
  3. 3. Outline (Continue..) • Teaching –Learning Process • Activities • Summary • Suggestions
  4. 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. 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. 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. 7. Objectives 1. Educate and nurture children to be righteous, intelligent and healthy individuals; physically, mentally and spiritually. 2. Educate and train children to be independent and strong. 3. Instill in children the spirit of unity and caring for others. 4. To develop children of good character and good habits. 5. To educate children to become future world citizens with international outlook
  8. 8. Resources in Pre-Schools
  9. 9. Human Resources • Head Master • Sectional Head • Subject specialist – Gardening - Computing - Cooking - Gym • Teachers • Assistant Teachers
  10. 10. DIRECTOR
  11. 11. Head Master
  12. 12. Subject Specialist
  13. 13. Teachers & Assistant Teachers
  14. 14. One Class has three Teachers
  15. 15. Below twenty five Students
  16. 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. 17. Garden
  18. 18. Garden
  19. 19. Garden
  20. 20. Play Area
  21. 21. Swimming
  22. 22. Multimedia
  23. 23. Multimedia
  24. 24. Stage
  25. 25. Assembly Area
  26. 26. Reading room
  27. 27. Library
  28. 28. Canteen
  29. 29. GYM
  30. 30. Kitchen
  31. 31. Feeding room
  32. 32. Play Area
  33. 33. Music and Movement
  34. 34. Teaching –Learning Process National Curriculum Soko Education
  35. 35. Teaching –Learning Process Space for Physical Development Aestatic Activities Language Skills Development Mathematical Skills Development Creativity Development
  36. 36. Activities • Development of Mathematics Concepts Eg: Discs carrying individual numbers from 1-10 were hidden in several heaps of sand
  37. 37. Language Development
  38. 38. Physical Development
  39. 39. Aesthetic Skills
  40. 40. Basic Science
  41. 41. Co-curricula Activities
  42. 42. Community Participations
  43. 43. Hope Courage and Friendship
  44. 44. Summary Main Objectives National Curriculum Resources Teaching Learning Process Teacher Training Assessment Records
  45. 45. Suggestions • Need of national Guide lines • Annual Teacher Training • Freedom to the Children for do activities
  46. 46. THANK YOU

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