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VISION


Explore how to foster a positive learning environment, use appropriate methodology, and effectively manage a classroom. Discover biblical curriculum which demonstrates God’s character and nature to young children. Study the sensorial approach to early childhood learning.

OUR FOCUS


Learn the Biblical foundational values used in YWAM’s early childhood education centers worldwide. The course also gives an in-depth study of the sensorial approach to learning in the context of early childhood education; the planning and creating of the learning environment; a variety of other appropriate methods that are being explored; and classroom management and techniques.

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SCHOOL INFORMATION


Dates

Jul 6th – Sep 23rd 2017

Costs

$4,500

Languages

English

Prerequisites

Completion of Foundations In Education and a DTS with an outreach.

OUTREACH / INTERNSHIPS


These classes lead to a degree in Education:

EDN 211 Foundations in Education

EDN 231 Early Childhood Education

EDN 232 Early Childhood Education Practicum

EDN 333 Early Childhood Education Practicum

EDN 235 Early Childhood Education Field Assignment

Contact us at fie.kona@gmail.com

VAITULU PUA


Vaitulu comes from New Zealand – ever since she was a child she had always wanted to become a teacher. This is not unusual as she comes from a family of educators who are strong advocates in the field of education. Her passion is to see people rediscover themselves as competent and ‘gifted’ learners and teachers, when they know their true identity in Christ. Her past experience in tertiary education has knitted her well in what she is called to do. Vaitulu serves as a teacher trainer on both the Foundation in Education and the school of Early Childhood Education since 2012.

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Accreditation


THE UNIVERSITY OF THE NATIONS IS NOT ACCREDITED BY AN ACCREDITING AGENCY RECOGNIZED BY THE UNITED STATES SECRETARY OF EDUCATION.  Admission to the University of the Nations (U of N) and any of its sponsored programs is open to qualified individuals regardless of race, color, nationality, ethnic origin, gender, and educationally unrelated handicaps. U of N reserves the right to change schedules and course offerings as deemed necessary.