Montessori Philosophy and Practice – At home
Parents form an integral part of the child’s education process. Parents need to be well informed on the stages of learning and development and appropriate education practices. The Parenting Course is focused at addressing issues faced by parents (working or not) who need guidance on the right approach to education. Bringing up a child in a nuclear family with both parents working and very little family support can be challenging and stressful. This course will help address concerns faced by young working mothers & fathers. It will answer the following questions and many more:
- What is the best way to bring up my child?
- When is it that my child starts learning?
- How can I find a good school for my child?
- How can I help my child in his education?
- When will my child become independent enough for me to take up a job?
- How can I help my child to become independent?
- How can I be a better father to my child?
Who can attend: Parents, Guardians, Pregnant Mothers, Work from home professionals, parent aspirants, engaged couples, parenting Counselors and any other parenting interested persons.
Topic coverage areas:
- Child Rights & Child Psychology (Toddler to Adulthood)
- Child in the Family
- Understanding child growth & development (Body, Brain, etc.)
- Home as a Learning Environment
- Language & its evolution
- Different Planes of Development
- Honing your observation skills
- Introducing the world to a child
- Arts in a child’s life
- Connecting Nature & its role in a Child’s Development
- Story Telling – Health & Nutrition (including Sports)
- Education & Peace
For a detailed course schedule, fee and topics, please write to us.