Role of Primary School Education
Primary education normally started between the ages of 5 – 8, and was designed to give a sound basic education in reading, writing and mathematics along with an elementary understanding of other subjects. By 2011 the philosophy had changed, the elementary understanding of other subjects had been dropped in favour of "to establish a solid foundation for learning”.
Primary education is the incubator for the next generation of leaders, thinkers, and innovators. The challenge for primary school educators is to prepare young minds and using that knowledge to develop instructional strategies to keep students involved in curriculum materials. Primary school educators are responsible to deliver standardized learning to meet established standards of education. For primary education providers, it is very easy to see the learners as unique individuals. Early education is the time to find out a caring and supportive atmosphere that champions individuality while introducing the values of coordination to reach both individual and group goals. Primary education is measured as the base for the future intellectual developments. The subjects of humanities are introduced in the program of study with the aim of make the child familiar with the human world. Moral education is also bringing together as an important part of the curriculum with the purpose of develops moral sentiment and positive outlook in the early phase of a child. Getting primary education provides a meticulous boost to a child.
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Global Journal of Educational Foundation
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