HELP’s Bachelor of Early Childhood Education (Hons) is aimed at allowing our early childhood specialists to foster a wide range of competencies that cover the development of the young child from birth to junior primary levels.
DELIVERY AND ASSESSMENT MODES
The primary aim of the programme is to educate the student on how to assist and encourage the holistic development of children during the early formative years.
The programme is tailor-made to spiral around the child as the subject of study. The integration of good practice with sound educational principles dictates how courses are taught to facilitate students’ development of their teaching-learning strengths.
The programme focuses on studentcentred learning. Hence a wide variety of learning experiences, instructional approaches, and academic support strategies that are intended to address the distinct interests and aspirations of students are used.
The range of assessment modes is aligned to achieve the main outcome of the BECE (Hons) programme, which is the qualified status of the educator and carer of young children.
Applicants must have one of the following entry requirements: