• Course Duration
  • Assessment Self / Peer / Teacher
  • Certificate
  • Language English
  • Lessons 12
  • Course Capacity 32

Who can apply

  • Freshers who aspire to be teachers
  • Currently employed teachers looking for growth and furthering their knowledge and skills
  • Parents who would like to have a holistic view of child development

Course Eligibility

  • Proficiency in spoken and written English, HSC qualification
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Course Objectives

  • To equip teachers with necessary skills to cater to new-age learners
  • To introduce and enhance existing pedagogies
  • To facilitate transition from theory to practice for child- centric learning
  • To create unique, inquiry or project based, child-centric lesson plans for different subject areas and different age groups
  • To understand and apply different methods and materials (strategies and resources) for teaching-learning
  • To enhance the communication skills of teachers and provide them with applicable techniques to communicate with children, parents and colleagues
  • To gain an understanding of syllabus/ curriculum expectations as global benchmarks, for different age and developmental groups
  • To empower teachers with immediate implementation of module content
  • To share and learn from anecdotal evidence from a wide-ranging data bank of real life experiences
  • To learn various techniques of formative and summative assessments in schools

Delivery Method

All modules will include a well thought out combination of different delivery techniques, a few of which are listed below:

  • audio-visuals
  • group work
  • demonstrations
  • handouts
  • presentations
  • case studies
  • internet links
  • individual assignments and reports
  • role plays and simulations
  • micro-teaching
  • sharing of best practices
  • field work (exposure to an actual school environment

Course Modules

What makes a good teacher? Teaching v/s Facilitation
This module aims at enabling students to brainstorm about the difference between ‘teaching’ and ‘facilitation’, weigh the pros and cons of each and choose the strategy that is most applicable to new age education.

Theories of and Approaches to Child Development and Learning
This module provides a theoretical background from global perspectives, essential to working with children, giving the students an opportunity to learn the work of well-known international early childhood education theorists; and apply this knowledge in the classroom setting.

Developmental Milestones in Early Learning Years
This module provides students with globally established standards and milestones that early learners meet during their growing years, thus enabling the students with a research based information for planning developmentally-appropriate lessons.

Scope and Sequence/ Vertical Articulation for Early Learning Years
This module aims at enabling students to create a vertical articulation chart within the Early Learning Years with annual targets/ syllabus for Nursery, Junior and Senior Kindergartens, clearly distinct from each other.

Resources, Strategies and Learning Aids, Designing Classroom Space, Classroom Management
This multi-faceted module is a combination of four sub-modules that include exposure to hands-on resources and learning aids, and equips students with strategies of how and when to use these. It also involves techniques and tips on designing the classroom space and behaviour management.

Lesson Planning and Time Tabling
This module aims at enabling students to ideate, create and implement lesson plans and learning experiences for preschoolers (Nursery to Senior Kg), understanding teaching strategies and best practices for the Early Learning Years.

This module provides students with easily applicable assessment tools for formative and summative assessment.

Effective Communication
This module aims providing students with an overview of communication techniques that can be used within and outside the classroom, with children, parents and colleagues.

Children with Special Needs
This module includes an overview of a teacher’s role in identifying and reporting any signs of exceptionality in children, as well as, handling children with special needs, planning lessons to integrate them and keep them meaningfully occupied in learning.

The Power of Play
This module aims at providing students with a holistic view of the importance and power of play in the classroom, its many benefits for children and ways to create play-based lessons and centres.

Homework: What can it include?
The debate about whether or not homework is important and what it should include to make it more meaningful will be addressed as part of this module.

Art, Music, Movement and Drama in the classroom
This module aims at providing students with tangible strategies, tools and techniques to incorporate the different arts in the classroom.

KA Advantage


Enhancement of global knowledge and skills, while continuing to work


Enrichment of career progression


Higher productivity


Enhancement of student performance


Effective time management


Immediate Implementable tools and strategies

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