International Journal of Business and Social Science

ISSN 2219-1933 (Print), 2219-6021 (Online) DOI: 10.30845/ijbss


Early Child Education Programme: Analyzing the Effectiveness of its Objectives (A study of Islamabad Model Colleges (IMCs) Pakistan)
Ruqia Altaf Mughal, Muhammad Zia-ur-Rehman, Shaheen Ashraf Tahirkheli, Muhammad Noman Malik

The study conducted was begun with the review of related literature and different areas of early child education programme were identified. The population of this study comprised of all those teachers who got training from CRI and Headmistresses of Islamabad model colleges where the CRI early child education programme is being implemented. A Questionnaire was developed for teachers, headmistresses and CRI coordinators of Islamabad. After the collection of data, scoring and tabulation of responses were done. For the purpose of drawing
conclusions and analysis, percentage and frequency tables were used. To measure the effectiveness of the objectives of the CRI programme, the operational definition was set through measuring the opinion on the basis of four elements; the achievability of the objectives in Pakistani classroom, the match of objectives with the needs of students, the match of objectives with the primary school teaching objectives in Pakistan and whether the objectives were clearly defined. On the bases of data analysis it was concluded that CRI early child education programme’s objectives were set quite effective to implement in the classroom and it is being highly appreciated by many important stakeholder.

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