This orientation is for teachers and parents of toddlers (2 and 3 years of age). Working with toddlers is fun, but it can also be exacerbating. This course is designed to help you create reasonable goals and introduce age-appropriate methods for toddlers. Knowing what to expect, planning for success, and selecting teaching methods and fun learning activities are the key to success, and we are always open to your suggestions so please use the parent-teacher forum if you would like to share.
Preschool coding is designed for 4- and 5-year-olds. This includes advanced toddlers, preschoolers, and early kindergarteners. Lessons are presented to help children improve their ability to think logically, to organize their thoughts, to be creative, to channel their feelings, and to continue developing a spiritual and moral character.
The Preschool Virtues class is for 4-year-old children, and for those slightly younger or older as developmentally appropriate. Many printouts are available to help you conduct fun activities off-line.
This class is designed to help the child develop a strong, moral, and independent character. Focus is on expanding the lessons learned in the toddler class, but this class can be taken without having first taken the toddler class. However, preschoolers new to the One World School might find it helpful to take the toddler course in addition to the preschool class. One builds upon the other.
The preschool class continues the process of learning by playing, art, music, singing, dancing, and physical activities. Additional age-appropriate lessons in English language arts, early math, and other subjects are available.
The preschooler does not have the mental or physical skills to work independently online though some will be ready to work semi-independently online. An adult must guide and encourage the child every step of the way and that's exactly what a preschoolers needs: one-on-one learning, sharing, and playing.
In Person Classes
It is strongly advised, especially during the first few classes for a parent or guardian to accompany the child. The adult does not have to be actively invovled in the lesson but the mere presence of a loved one is often enough to calm the child.
- Teacher: Yeganeh Ghahremani