Year:2024   Volume: 6   Issue: 3   Area:

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Shirin S. ALODWAN

THE ROLE OF KINDERGARTEN TEACHERS IN EMPLOYING EARLY INTERVENTION PROGRAMS TO DETECT DEVELOPMENTALLY DELAYED CHILDREN UNDER THE AGE OF SIX YEARS IN AMMAN

Child care homes are characterized by great importance, as is the importance of the role of schools. It is also considered the most important stage because it is the first step in a child’s education, even if this education does not depend on reading and writing, because it develops the child’s movement skills, helps him express himself and his imagination, and works to strengthen Personality if he is raised correctly, and this depends greatly on the teachers. We must also pay attention to these teachers and develop their skills, and give them courses to develop their skills so that they can carry out their duties in the best way, as child care homes can be the most dangerous stages for them if the development is not done. His abilities and skills correctly. The importance of the role played by the teacher in childcare centers is demonstrated by building the child properly. Therefore, the teacher must have many specifications on the personal and practical levels, so that the teacher can carry out his duty in the best way, as the teacher works in the kindergarten. To determine the child’s abilities and personal inclinations, through the use of activities and methods appropriate to those characteristics that characterize the child, in addition to that the teacher must know the problems to which the child is exposed, cooperate with the psychological counselor to treat the problems, and establish the necessary procedures that are considered preventive measures before problems occur. Other psychological. The problem of delayed growth is considered one of the most prominent problems that the kindergarten teacher must pay attention to, which is the delayed development of movement skills and mental skills, or both. This may be accompanied by delayed speech, and sometimes excessive movement and distraction, and the delay in development is trainable and taught.

Keywords: Child Care Homes, Early Intervention, Developmentally Delayed

http://dx.doi.org/10.47832/2717-8293.29.7


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