Education and Early Childhood Development
Coding is the language of the future. Now more than ever, children are exposed to digital technology at a tender age. Some children may even be interested in the language behind our technology and there is significant importance in coding and allowing children to explore this world.
ECD Centres were setup and operating since 2014 with mentors trained across the country so that our young Jamat families can get access to the top quality ECD tips and guidance as set centrally and globally to all Ismaili families across the globe.
“How can I keep the home environment fun and exciting?”
With the recent lifestyle changes, families are looking for solutions of fun activities to do from home.
These are free online study tools to support in your learning experience covering time management, digital flashcards, self-made quizzes, study games and others to help students better prepare for exams and tests.
Free Digital Resources for Learning: From Kindergarten to High School there are digital resources to support the students in their learning journey.
“How to make a schedule that works?"
Consistency is the key. When a child is at home, structured days make a tremendous difference in setting up expectations, building good habits, and keeping the family harmony and peace. It also allows you to make some out time for yourself.
Across the world, students experience school closures, with routines being disrupted, parents now having to balance work, child care and self-care while trying to readjust schedules so that the learning can continue from home.
We know that meeting the demands and expectations of supporting children to ‘learn at home’ can be overwhelming. This resource provides a note of reassurance, support, and a synthesis of available resources for parents and caregivers as they adjust to these challenging new times.
“How can I help my child to learn from home?”
Parents are legitimately trying to balance their children’s educational needs while maintaining their own sanity. But, let’s remember that a home is not a school, and it should remain your child’s place of peace and safety.