HDG University is committed to ensuring that all children have access to high-quality early childhood education and services, which will better prepare them for success in kindergarten and throughout their lives. We collaborate with other national leaders, such as AdventureSTEAM, with a similar goal in mind for the development of children in early childhood education. This allows us to deliver high-caliber programs that assist in the development of children before their kindergarten enrollment, thereby ensuring that their futures will be successful.
In the school year 2017–2018, most children in the United States under six lived in homes where both parents held jobs. This percentage ranged from 57 percent for married couples to 68 percent for single-mother households. The majority of these households require some form of non-parental early care and education for their children, such as childcare centers, preschools, family childcare homes, or informal arrangements with relatives or neighbors, so that the parents can continue to be financially responsible for their children even though they are working.
12.5 million of the 20.4 million children under the age of 5 living in the United States attended some regular childcare arrangement during a typical week in 2011, the most recent year for which complete data are available from the United States Census Bureau. This represents 61 percent of the total children in this age group.
The early care and education facilities that many young children, particularly children of low income or children of race, attend, unfortunately, deliver quality at levels that are too low to encourage the children's learning and development appropriately. This contributes to the already existing social, racial, and ethnic disparities and makes them worse. Providing early care and education is a vital part of the architecture of any functioning economy.
The notion that children who are not inherently talented in STEM subjects but are very motivated to learn about these topics are the only ones who should pursue careers in STEM fields is a widespread urban legend. However, the evidence reveals that STEM is crucial for every youngster and every area of study. Unfortunately, many people feel that children as young as five or six cannot engage in meaningful STEM learning and should concentrate on mastering the "basics" first. We think, however, that even very young children are perfectly capable of doing, at a level that is appropriate for their developmental stage, every scientific procedure that highly educated individuals can perform. These younger students require our assistance to both recognize and develop their innate potential in the STEM fields.
Learning opportunities in the STEM fields are not limited to one-off events; they can be found anytime and place. Our job is to provide them with the resources they require to build meaningful relationships and encourage them to keep trying and not give up if they are unsuccessful. We guide students through making observations and predictions, doing straightforward experiments and inquiries, gathering data, and starting to make sense of what they discovered. Children will receive assistance from our organization to carry out organized investigations. The games and activities will be tailored to the pupils' various age ranges so they can participate on their terms. We provide simple STEM activities that are just enough to keep the minds active for students in the younger grades. For example, children can answer a question or investigate while participating in one of our open-ended STEM activities for middle schools.
The program will also enhance young learners' ICT capabilities in the most meaningful context-driven online learning included in the early-year curriculum. The current generation is wholly engrossed in technological devices. It's everywhere they look, from smartphones and tablets to the technology used in the classroom. Kids are encouraged to embrace technology and find meaningful ways to apply it through our many programs. We will assist them in better-comprehending computer language and enhancing their coding abilities. We provide programs and activities centered on coding that holds the child's interest and get them actively involved in the learning process. For example, children can learn how to create video games using our programs. In addition, we provide activities that lead children through coding experiences through the medium of games, enhancing their computer and coding skills.
At HDG University, we know that children go through growth stages. Therefore, we offer a curriculum that covers pre-K learning experiences up to Grade 8.
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