Child Education, the flagship program

What is Child Education? The special branch of education which handles the end to end learning process of children from their birth to the age of eight. Effective strategy building and creative implementation are the main keys for success in child education. Early childhood education is most beneficial for children ages 3, 4 and 5.

Tremendous brain growth during these years helps to lay the foundation for subsequent learning and development. Most noteworthy, we can not underestimate the importance of informal education while giving formal education to our children.

By informal education, we mean a spontaneous learning process. It helps a child learn beyond books and structural resources. Therefore, it may include education through conversation. Most of all ongoing experience matters.

Importance of Child Education in today’s age:

Child education is considered to be the fundamental right of children. Most noteworthy, it is the strong and fruitful base that shows the bright way ahead. Consequently, a child remains faithful to his or her education if he is guided properly.

We can not give enough emphasis on this special branch of education. Most noteworthy, it is not limited to today’s age. The need of child education has increased significantly due to growing complexities, one to one lifestyle and ferocious competitions. Therefore kindergarten education, preschool studies or even childhood school programs – all these are essential.

Let’s list down the facts:

Therefore Childhood Education is a win – win situation not only for the kids but also for the entire nation . ‘There is an explosion of activity in the first five years of life, more profound than any future years’ says Rhian Evans Allvin. He is the executive director of National Association for Education of Young Children.

Formal and Informal Child Education:

Formal education is nothing but classroom based Education provided by trained personnel. Informal education happens outside structural boundaries. Formal education results into academic brilliance while informal education contributes in character building.

Back in the late 1960’s ‘World Educational Crisis’ gave birth to the need of formal education. After a while it seemed like educational growth and economic growth were not necessarily in step with each other. As a result of it, educational inputs failed to create enough jobs.

Therefore the conclusion was that formal educational systems had adapted too slowly to the socio – economic changes. It seems like conservatism is overpowering formal education. Conservatism restricts informal ideas.

Formal and Informal Education – these two forms are complementary to each other

Formal education and Informal education both goes hand in hand. So they  create the perfect balance within society. Child education gives special emphasis on informal educational system. Without fail, we admit a child imbibes informal activities much faster. Due to this child education is considered as the best natural process to educate kids.

Parents, Grandparents, Siblings, Cousins, friends and others. Any one and every one can play the role of a teacher in Informal Education. They do not have to be trained because most of the times, they follow indirect and natural approaches to teach.

A child see, observe and engulf behavioral patterns on their own. Most of the times, they observe people around them silently. Sometimes kids come up with queries and clarify them from the elder members. These queries are nothing but an array of non organized thoughts or incidents. It seems like they leave permanent impact on fresh minds.

The picture of Child Education In India:

Wisdom comes from education. Children are considered to be the forebears of nationwide educational and economical growths. Therefore, keeping in mind the current scenario, how do we draw the picture of Child Education here in India? How does a country like India provide sufficient educational materials to its children?It is because here in India, 1/3 rd of the mass can not be fed properly

The basic challenge remains in collecting public funds to the betterment of primary educational systems. Furthermore, informal education promises to be of better benefit for underprivileged children in India. The Government of India approved the ECCE, National Early Childhood Care and Education Policy in 2013. This policy aims to generate evidences from different parts of India. In addition, it explores the ways for pre school studies and their impacts.

Child Education and its future:

Apart from Government of India, many Non Government Organizations have come forward and undertaken several initiatives to improve child educational platforms. Movable learning centers, Parent counselling, Awareness campaigns are the prominent moves.

Most of all we require mandatory education for all girls. Save every child and give them their basic education. These are major positives. Still there is consistent urge to give basic education among the children in India. This time’s initiative thus come at the right cause; it supports Child Education in every possible way.

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