Enhancing Creativity through Music for Early Learners in an online and face to face platform (via zoom)

Children are by nature creative and imaginative. How can we maximize such nature to affect their growth and development?  Research has shown that Music and Movement provide a means for spontaneous creativity that leads to effective holistic learning. How to create an environment via face-to-face and online platforms that will inspire children to express themselves in Music and at the same time learn academic, social-emotional, and spiritual concepts and skills?

Reg. Fee: Php500.00 inclusive of certificates and handouts

 

First Refresher Course – Hurried Child Syndrome

Are you pushing your child to grow too soon? This is the question the seminar like to point out in MMP’s first refresher course seminar entitled “Hurried Child Syndrome : How to build up children without hurrying them” last September 11, 2021. Prof. Elizabeth Anne King- Santos shared her insights founded by studies made on the cause and effects of hurrying the child.

In this seminar Prof. Santos explained that hurrying a child opposes the nature of a child’s development and adds to the stresses and frustrations that a child is suffering.

We need to build up relationship to the child to better understand him/her and how we can help their development. Focus on individual differences, abilities, learning styles and development. Adults should focus on the character of the child rather on their scores or grades. And let the child play as this is the business of a child, they learn through play.

Prof. Santos, holds a Master of Science in Early Childhood Education from Walden University, Minnesota, USA and graduate of Bachelor of Science in Family Life and Child Development at the University of the Philippines with Latin honors have been a regular speaker of MMP seminars.

ACAP – MMP SEMINAR

Mission Ministries Philippines (MMP) and Action for the Care and Development of the Poor in the Philippines (ACAP) joined the venture with a 5-day online seminar held last September 16, 23, 24, 30 and, October 1.

The seminar aims to equip their parent-volunteers in their tutorial projects with the underprivileged children in the communities of Paranaque.

Topics were designed to prepare the volunteers for their mission. In the seminar Ms. Chonabelle Domingo, CEO/President of MMP tackled the Importance of Parenting Education and the Philosophy of Early Childhood Education.  Involvement of parents The in their child’s education is vital with the child’s success.  Ms. Domingo stressed that parents should anchor their strength to God as He is the source of everything and He designed each child with a purpose.  She also discussed the nature of children and how each child develops.

Other topics were Love Languages of Children, Child Discipline, Teaching through Play facilitated by Ms. Aida Acorda, and Reading using the Marungko Approach shared by Ms. Erlyn Isidro.

ACAP is a non-profit organization that aims to empower marginalized youth through a combination of education, social development,  health, and nutritional feeding programs.  ACAP Executive Director Ms. Didith van der Linden and Ms. Maria Baylon, the Programs Director made this partnership possible.

24th Early Childhood Education Level 2 (via Zoom)

A 3-day seminar packaged for experienced preschool teachers, board members, principals, and administrators in managing a developmentally appropriate early childhood education program applied to the new Normal in Early Childhood Education.

Topic Highlights:

  • Online Teaching & Learning: Its implication to Early Childhood Educators
  • Best Practices for Delivering Virtual Classroom in ECE
  • Mental Health 101: Navigating  the needs  of  Preschoolers, their Parents and Teachers in the  Pandemic Season
  • Resource Mobilization in a Pandemic Season
  • Managing Your School Finance amidst the Pandemic challenge
  • Synchronous & Asynchronous: What & How in ECE?
  • Legalizing Your Early Childhood Education: New Normal Setting
  • Promoting and Sustaining Your Preschool with the New Normal
  • Practical Steps in Setting Up an Early Childhood Education in a Face to face & Online platform: Mission Ministries Philippines (MMP) Experience

Reg. Fee: Php3,000 inclusive of certificates and handouts

 

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*With PRC CPD (The Professional Regulation Commission Continuing Professional Development) credit units.

**ECE Level 1 and Level 2 seminars will earn 3 credit units as an elective subject in Asian Theological Seminary through “Transformational Urban Leadership” and “Christian Education” program.

29th Early Childhood Education Level 1 (via zoom)

A 3-day early childhood education crash course designed to orient the participants of the basic knowledge and skills in handling preschoolers following a developmentally appropriate program as applied to the new normal educational system in Early Childhood Education. It is designed for early childhood educators like Preschool/Day Care teachers, SNP teachers (Supervised Neighborhood Play), virtual educators, Sunday school church workers, tutors, child caregivers, parents and/or child educators, and advocates. 

Topic Highlights:

  • DAP approach in The New Educational Platform
  • Online Assessment in Early Childhood Education
  • Whole Brain Literacy: Key to Wholistic Education and Success in today’s World
  • Video Watching: Facilitating an MMP Face to Face & New Normal Classroom
  • Reading Made Easy in Filipino & English
  • Screen Time & Technology Addiction
  • Maximizing the role of Parents in an Online Set –up
  • Facilitation Techniques for a successful Virtual Classroom
  • Starting a Homeschool class

Reg. Fee: Php3,000 inclusive of certificates and handouts

Please click to register online

*With PRC CPD (The Professional Regulation Commission Continuing Professional Development) credit units.

**ECE Level 1 and Level 2 seminars will earn 3 credit units as an elective subject in Asian Theological Seminary through “Transformational Urban Leadership” and “Christian Education” program.