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2009.06.15

* UNICEF: Teaching old schools new ways of teaching in Georgia
* 시간: 02 min 53 secs
* 촬영도시: TBILISI
* 촬영국가: Georgia
* 촬영일자: 10 Apr 2009


Children in class at the number 31 Kindergarten in the city of Rustavi in Georgia.
Many teachers are still using the methods developed during the former Soviet era.


Teaching is highly structured.
Few toys and games offer little to stimulate young minds.
But changes in early childhood learning methods are in progress here.


This is just one of many kindergartens in Georgia where UNICEF is helping to improve early childhood education.
In pilot classes, teachers trained in new methods are offering children more interactive and dynamic early learning environments.


Children are learning through playing.
More educational activities, games and toys are available to stimulate child learning and curiosity. Parents are actively involved in the learning process.


Every child has the right to quality education to develop their personality, talents and mental and physical abilities.


UNICEF is helping local municipalities to offer pre-school education to disadvantaged children.


SOUNDBITE: Benjamin Perks, UNICEF Georgia Deputy Representative:
"I think for every child regardless of where they're coming from in the country, regardless of their economic and social background, disability or ethnicity that they have access as soon as possible to a stimulating early learning environment such as a kindergarten." (0'17)


At Tbilisi's number one kindergarten new early education methods are well established.


Irina Julukhadze is 5.
A caring and stimulating learning environment has made a big difference in her life.


Irina's family fled the village of Achabeti last year because of the conflict between Russia and Georgia Her family is still living in a collective center for internally displaced people.


At first, Irina found it hard to interact with other children.


Now, her teachers say she's thriving.
Through better teacher training UNICEF is aiming to not only improve teaching methods but show teachers how to identify learning difficulties or signs of trauma a child might be experiencing.


SOUNDBITE: Teona Chulukhadze, Director, Tbilisi No.1 Kindergarten
"Training enables teachers to learn how to develop individual plans for children, how to consider children's individual needs and talents, and how to apply it in classes."


By supporting Georgia's Ministry of Education to develop a comprehensive policy for early childhood learning, UNICEF is helping to ensure that Georgian children have access to the education and care they need.

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