Nigeria: Aptech Preschool to Tackle 'Early Years' Learning Crisis

19 August 2019

Global education and training company Aptech Limited has revealed plans to tackle preschool education in Nigeria with a product called Aptech International Preschool (AIPS).

According to the firm, AIPS's is now operational in Nigeria, especially in Abuja aimed to stimulate young children's curiosity and provide positive learning experiences through active learning.

In addition to world-class pedagogy, internationally recognized curriculum, AIPS will offer first of its kind App enabling child safety monitoring, live view of child's activity in class, on-demand child video conferencing, along with host of other features, the firm said in a statement.

The Executive Director, Aptech Limited Anuj Kacker, said the course curriculum has been developed by a team of experts from Aptech International Preschool, based on Multiple Intelligence Theory, Reggio Emilia Approach and Playway.

"The pedagogy is, therefore, oriented towards fostering self-discovery, encouraging active thinking and bringing out the creativity in children under their care", he said.

Kacker explained that with it's over 30 years of global experience in education and training, the firm is launching Aptech International Preschool with a vision to provide a safe and proactive learning environment.

He added: "We believe this will instil the joy of learning and stimulate each child to identify their talents and unleash their full potential.

"Growth of mental and physical abilities progress at an astounding rate and a very high proportion of learning occur from birth to age six. Therefore, it is necessary to facilitate a positive early learning experience and environment to children for a holistic intellectual, social and emotional development. "

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