International Teaching Diploma with specialization in PRE AND PRIMARY, Montessori and Nursery Teachers Training

International Teaching Diploma with specialization in Pre and Primary, Montessori and Nursery Teachers Training

Asian College of Teachers offers International Teaching Diploma with specialization in Pre and Primary, Montessori and Nursery Teachers Training which is meticulously crafted to impart valuable skills among the teaching aspirants to become successful teachers who can guide the kids all over the world. The specialized course instils student oriented teaching methods and activities to lead the global pre and primary classrooms. Aspiring pre and primary teachers can get skilled in the latest teaching instructions and teaching skills apt for 21st century learners. The tailor made in-class course also incorporates international Montessori and nursery teachers training.

KEY INFORMATION

Specializations

Asian College of Teachers offers a specialized in-class international course to benefit the candidates applying for the International Teaching Diploma with specialization in Pre and Primary, Montessori and Nursery Teachers Training. The course will provide the knowledge, philosophy and teaching methods of Montessori teaching.

These courses offer the candidates the chance to develop their skills in nursery teaching as well to teach learners with different capabilities. The in-class course is available in fulltime, part time and weekend special modes.

Entry Requirements and Course Fee

  • Both experienced and aspiring teachers can apply for this course
  • The minimum entry requirement is 10 + 2
  • Course Fee for Full time mode is Rs 25,000
  • Course Fee for Part time mode is Rs 28,750
  • Course Fee for Weekend Special mode is Rs 28,750
  • Instalment payment is conveniently available
  • Meritorious students can avail scholarship options

Teaching and Learning Modes

  • International Diploma is available in in-class mode
  • Full time course lasts for 140 hours (120 hours + 20 hours teaching practice) Class timing - 10.00am - 5.00pm
  • Part Time course comprises of 140 hours with thrice a week classes
  • Weekend Special comprises of 140 hrs with classes available on Saturdays
  • The candidates get the benefits of Teaching Practice sessions

Candidates can choose any in-class mode according to their personal preferences and other expediencies. The teaching practice session helps the candidate to get a hold of the teaching methods and how to apply them in real teaching scenario

Dates

International Diploma in Teaching [Full Time]

Batch 1: 3rd April 2017 to 21st April 2017

Batch 2: 15th May 2017 - 2nd June 2017

Batch 3: 12th June 2017 to 30th June 2017

Batch 4: 7th August 2017 to 25th August 2017

Batch 5: 20th November 2017 to 8th December 2017

International Diploma in Teaching [Part Time]

Batch 1: 17th April 2017 to 7th August 2017

Batch 2: 30th May 2017 to 19th September 2017

Batch 3: 21st August 2017 to 11th December 2017

Batch 4: 14th November 2017 to 6th March 2018

International Diploma in Teaching [Weekend Special]

Batch 1: 6th May 2017 to 2nd June 2018

Batch 2: 22nd July 2017 to 18th August 2018

Introduction

Objectives of Course

I. Principles of Early Learning

  • Understanding Child and Childhood Characteristics of Young Learners Child Psychology
  • Early Childhood Curriculum: Principles and Priorities
  • Programme Planning

II. A Brief History of Development of Primary Education
Principles of Education

III. Educational Psychology - Theories of Learning
Behaviorism
Cognitivism
Constructivism
Connectionism
Conditioning
Insight
Field Theory

IV. Pedagogical Approaches and Methods
Indian Thinkers
Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar
Bankim Chandra Chattopadyay
Swami Vivekananda
Shri Aurobindo
Mahatma Phule
Pandit Rama Bai
Mahatma Gandhi
Dr. B.R. Ambedkar
C. Rajagopalachari
E.V. Periyar
M.N. Roy
Rabindranath Tagore
Dr. Radhakrishnan
J.D. Krishnamuthy
Pandita Ramabai
Savitribai Phule
Durgabai Deshmukh
Begum Zafar Ali
Mary Braganza
Anutai Wagh
Tarabai Modak
Dilafarose Qazi
Shafeena Hussain
International Scenario
Dr. Maria Montessori
1. Principles of Montessori System of Education
2. Difference between Montessori and Kindergarten Method
3. Exercises of Practical Life - EPL
4. Sensorial
5. Language and Story Telling
Frederich Froebel
Rousseau
John Dewey
Jean Piaget
Vygotsky
Reggio Emilia
Waldorf
David Kolb
Howard Gardner
Stephen Krashen
Noam Chomsky

V. Health, Nutrition and Safety

VI. Essential Developmental Features

  • Cognitive
  • Emotional
  • Social
  • Behavioural
  • Physical
  • Moral

VII. Fostering Creativity in Children

VIII. Essential Play and Learning Materials

IX. Development of Mathematical Concepts and Numeracy

X. Development of Language and Literacy

XI. Development of Sense of Self and Environment

XII. Monitoring and Assessment of Learning

XIII. Assisting Children with Special Needs
Strategies for Differentiated Instruction

XIV. Classroom and Disaster Management

XV. Instructional Strategies

XVI. Resource Management

XVII. Teacher or Facilitator of Learning
Reflective Practice

XVIII. Contemporary Classrooms
Thematic Learning
Digital Learning

XIX. Child, Parent and School

XX. Field Practice and Pre-school Internship

ACT Admission and Support

  • Admission process at ACT is flexible and easy
  • Opt for any online payment scheme
  • Application form can be submitted
  • ACT's submission department contact candidates via mail or telephone
  • Course fee can be paid by using debit/credit card or by depositing cash, cheque or demand draft in ACT's bank account
  • Candidates get full support from the accomplished tutors
  • Candidates can choose their own time to attend the course
  • Teaching practise session is compulsory after the competition of the course

Job Opportunities

The in class international diploma course will prepare the candidates to teach pre and primary level students. There are a number of career options available for those who pursue this course which includes Pre and primary Teachers, Montessori teachers and nursery teachers in any part of the world. At the same time, the course also prepares candidates to be employed as Curriculum Developer, Course Coordinator, Consultants associated with schools. Those who are planning to open up Montessori and nursery schools or wishing to get involved in the pre and primary education industry can opt for this effective and compact course.

Certification & Accreditation

  • ACT's teacher training courses are endorsed by the prestigious Training Qualifications, UK
  • ACT's courses are certified by Asian College of Teachers and College of Birmingham (COB)
  • Additional College of Birmingham certificate can be availed at an additional cost

In academic collaboration with:

Pebble Hills University  London School Of Teaching and Training All India Council of Education Ministry of Corporate Affairs, Government of India College of Birmingham AAHEA AAHEA TQ