1. Who should take the module?
The Developmental Milestones module is for parents, teachers and care givers of children within the early years age group. The module has been scientifically designed and developed by Learn2Teach Institute with a special focus on early childhood developmental stages that enable candidates to understand stages of a child’s physical, cognitive and social and emotional educational needs. However, many principal and fundamentals to raise a HAPPY child can be applied for all age groups of children with minor adaptations.
2. Content of the module
In the Developmental Milestones Module, you will get a chance to go through significant social, emotional, logical, motor and language skills (covering all areas of a child’s development) that children will develop between the ages of birth to 6 years. With each age group, some behavior will be highlighted, which if seen repeatedly could be a cause for concern and should be discussed with a licensed practitioner or doctor first. Based on extensive research these are guidelines proposed by us and should be used by your discretion and sole responsibility lies with parents only.
3. How to navigate the module?
a) Watch the video (not once but multiple times). Pause, rewind and re-watch parts as you feel necessary.
b) Keep your note-pad and pen with you to take notes.
c) Research to read additional material provided.
d) Once you’ve completed a module, you can take the MCQ test online.
e) Don’t worry if you don’t clear it the first time, you can take the test again.
4. How will you benefit from this module?
a) Candidates who teach in schools, work as private care givers and also as a parent gain better insight in your child’s early learning needs.
b) Know about all modern and unconventional ways to teach and facilitate young learners
c) Be eligible to work better in daycare, local preschools or as private care givers.
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