Profile of the Programme
The general aim of the programme is to prepare pre-primary teachers for teaching children between the ages 3 and 6. This means that the candidate teacher should acquire the necessary knowledge and skills and at the same time, plan his/her attitudes that will enable him/her on the one hand, to organize the proper student environment for the cognitive development of children between the ages of 3-6, and on the other hand, to help their development in the social, emotional and moral field. Both the content of the lessons as well as their methodology aim at leading the reflective teacher- educator who is capable of rethinking and self-judging his/her decisions and who has the ability and disposition for corrective action.
On completion of the programme the student will be able to:
- Demonstrate the theoretical bases of education and instructive work by studying the historical and philosophical dimensions of teaching and learning.
- Analyze basic concepts, principles and generalizations of the Educational Science, and therefore, will understand how these set the limits for the organization and application of the instructive work.
- Acquire the teaching skills required for an effective organization, conduction and evaluation of teaching in a pre primary level.
- Demonstrate the theoretical bases of education and instructive work by studying the psychological and social dimensions of teaching and learning.
- Predict the role of school in the modern world and in particular his mission to help children develop in various sectors.
- Acquire all those skills needed to help student develop their self-energy, critical thinking and creativity.
- Develop research skills and a spirit of free pursuance of knowledge.
- Be in a position to operate as a factor of social life improvement and general development of his future working environment.
- Be able teachers to teach effectively all children.
The graduates of this programme will be employed in Public and Private Pre-primary Schools
Access to Further Studies
Graduates of the programme can be accepted into Second Cycle degrees (Master’s Degree).