Pattaya will host a three-day meeting on how to improve nursery school education Jan. 25-27.
Yuwadee Phetcharit, head of the city’s non-formal education office, said the workshop to be held at the Pattaya Public Library will focus on the connection between sensory and physical development through such activities as drawing.
Yuwadee said nursery school education has received an immense amount of attention in new educational reform proposals, as grounding children at an early age with experience in co-existing peacefully and happily with others lays a foundation for good behavior in the future.
Yuwadee Phetcharit, head of the city’s non-formal education office, says Pattaya will host a three-day meeting on how to improve nursery school education Jan. 25-27.
One key to that, she said, is building a child’s self-confidence, which can be done, for example, through drawing activities.
Drawing inspires children’s imagination and shows them that learning can be fun, she said. The sensory stimulation also helps develop their intellect, personality, emotions and an even physique.
Furthermore, when one child shows off their talents, classmates learn to observe, compare and classify, she said, helping them learn through different experiences while developing relationships with each other.