Today, people live during a pandemic, where the issues of global safety, cleanliness, and treatment have come to the fore. Students, teachers, and visitors to a school should all be treated with respect and safety by following a logical and proportionate approach to ensuring that the school’s facilities are healthy and safe. COVID pandemic health requirements present particular problems for early childhood educators. According to CITE, there is a current need to isolate children from one another (2021). Despite the fact that COVID’s implementation of these principles has been questioned, people have identified specific difficulties in classrooms serving children aged 3 to 5 years old, along with a set of suggested remedies. No experimental data are used to support these suggestions.
Each check-in station is equipped with a hand sanitizer for your convenience. If necessary, no-touch checking will be offered. The use of touchless temperature health check inquiries for adults and children is recommended prior to entering our Preschool. Face masks are recommended for parents and instructors, as well as for children aged three and older. Keeping younger toddlers at least six feet away will be accomplished by using mats, swings, bouncy seats, and cribs as learning centers. With these simple yet effective steps, you can keep kids safe in school.
In my opinion, people should suspend their education in preschool educational institutions as well as in higher education, although according to statistics, COVID does not spread as much in children as in adults. Precautions are reasonable, but it is better to take a more radical approach to this problem and close the kindergartens for some time, which will also help prepare children minimally for online education. The idea of working in a mixed attendance mode is also good, but each educational institution should consider the possibility of training in a pandemic on its own.
CITE. (2021). Children’s mental health in the age of covid. Center for Integrated Training & Education. Web.