Eduaxis has established a Research Team consisting of senior educationists, Psychologists, counsellors, and thinkers – especially from the field of early age education. The research directs our need to evolve, to develop and design a truly integrated, multi-sensory approach that can be practised across the field, as new insights emerge about different aspects of early childhood education. Our focus is on an early childhood research that can transform the scene of pre primary education in a tangible and positive fashion. The aim of the research centre is to establish a sound early education system and weed out the harmful elements and / or find solutions for the problems from the family and school atmosphere.
This can create a soothing ambience for the child to interact happily within the school and later within a society. The harmony that is created at this stage can go a long way in forming a society that is crime free and serene. The exhaustive research done here can lead the way in setting up fruitful counselling centres for parents as well as children. We understand that physical and emotional health, early learning, and socialization are key elements of healthy development that must be addressed in quality early childhood education. The evaluation of performances by subjecting the system to consistent reviews assures quality and progression in the relevant sector.
The research further delves into the following areas of preschool education to come out with comprehensive answers
- Conducting market survey to assess the age appropriate academic portions and teaching methods of various schools.
- Understanding the relevance of Assessment with reference to preschool children.
- Understanding and interpreting the State and local governments’ Rules and Accountability.
- Scrutinizing the Legal feasibility of the new rules governing the preschools, both from the parents’ and the schools’ angles.
- Interacting with parents to understand the pertinent reasons if any, of the child’s traumatic behaviour pattern.
- Enhancing the early childhood education field to encourage policies and practices that promote the physical, cognitive and social-emotional development in children.
- Addressing the role of environment, teachers and interactions in facilitating proper brain development that help children to exceed their full potential.
- Understanding the role of play in curriculum, in enhancing the cognitive, physical and socio-emotional skills of children and its impact.
- Learning about the functional discrepancies and curricular disparities between different preschools , by conducting related surveys.
- Learning about the feasibility of bringing all the preschools under one significant curriculum rendering interschool transfers and admissions to higher academic classes, easier.
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