Science Behind alphaTUB
Millions of words and pages have been written about how early childhood learning occurs before the age of eight, and how it is during this period that a child goes through the most rapid phase of growth and development & their brains develop faster than at any other point in their lives, so these years are critical. Literacy development starts early in life and is highly correlated with school achievement. Languages have a deep impact on child’s career. The more limited a child’s experiences with language and literacy the more likely he or she will have difficulty learning to read. The foundations for their social skills, self-esteem, perception of the world, and moral outlook are established during these years, as well as the development of cognitive skills.
Teacher Performance Assessment
alphaTUB platform helps to track the early literacy-related activities undertaken by teachers interns during their internship. The data generated from the usage of the alphaTUB learning tool & platform could be used as additional metrics for ongoing teacher intern assessment. alphaTUB is currently working with one of the topmost universities of the world on Teachers Performance Assessment. If your college or University would like to adopt the alphaTUB Teacher Performance Assessment, please reach out to us.
alphaTUB is making language learning engaging and as a bridge to connect with the heart of every young child. We are helping to make teachers into favorite teachers. A favorite teacher leaves the lasting impact enough to last a lifetime and gets strongly etched on the mind. Given the vital importance of ECCE in shaping the child’s future from age 3-8, it is imperative that young children continue to have access to flexible, multi-faceted, play, activity, discovery-based education, provided by trained early educators.
Policy And Advocacy
alphaTUB is a strong advocate of the role of parental engagement in early childhood education, especially early language development. However, we also understand that Preschool is a child’s first formal learning environment. Millions of kids study languages yet fail to achieve language proficiency, mainly due to a lack of comprehensible input, proper orientation, or both.