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  • Srilankan Expat Added Although Montessori's Method has been used for over 100 years in many parts of the world in Sri Lanka "Montessori" is any pre-school or nursery school. However, In British Standard English, a 'Montessori school' would be one specifically following the Montessori method of pre-school teaching. All the children need to know about how to live and what to do and how to be before attending primary schools. In a Montessori school or in Kindergarten children can learn such important things like share everything, play fair, not hit or hurt others and apologise when someone hurts others, clean up their own mess or put things back where they must be, watch out for traffic when they go out into the world and so on. According to scholars, the first eight years of life are crucial to future success, so why are not early education programs a priority in Sri Lanka?

    I totally agree with Petikada's guest, Mr. Kumarasingha that Srilankan pre-schools must be under control of Ministry of Education.(Here, Sri Lanka needs an education reform) and deal with the theory and practice of teaching (pedagogy) to produce highly qualified teaching staff. Pre-schooling may be publicly or privately operated, and may be subsidized from public funds. Hold an academic degree in pedagogy must be a fundamental requirement to register a preschool and teach in a pre-school. Only trained teachers are able to observe the individual child's characteristics, tendencies, innate talents and abilities.

    Not only Srilankan pre-schools are ill-treated, but also there are no highly qualified teachers in primary schools. Early childhood education and primary education are a basic and essential need to improve, among others, language abilities. Children benefit from receiving some type of education during their early developmental years. In my opinion, lack of qualified teaching staff and speech therapy specialists may have been badly resulting, for example, in public speech. ( It is visible in everywhere -in parliaments, in public speech and presentations, on TV interviews, debates or discussions- a number of speakers are not able to express their ideas clearly, they speak falteringly, repeat constantly or use wrong words and collocations, overuse words, bad syntax, in many cases you can hear "Singlish" or more borrowed words than native words in their speech showing how they are poor at their native language. You do not have to be a polyglot to understand the difference between this poor communication of Sinhala speakers and fluency of speakers in English, German or French.

    Even though I hold two academic degrees from recognized universities of Sri Lanka and Poland, I had to cover the three-year-diploma course of pedagogy at a teacher training college to teach in Polish schools. Here, no one can be a teacher without an adequate degree in pedagogy, even in a pre-school or a Montessori school.(To teach in pre-school in Poland, you need a master degree in early childhood education or hold a post-graduate degree or a special degree in foreign language, speech therapy and oligophrenic pedagogy.)
  • Observer Added යටත් විජිත අධ්‍යාපන රටාවෙන් වල්මත් කොට තිබෙන ශ්‍රී ලංකා ආර්ථිකය විසින් නව අධ්‍යාපන ප්‍රතිපත්ති හා සැලසුම් ලෙස වරින් වර ප්‍රකාශයට පත් කරනු ලැබුවෙි නොයෙක් රුවින් වෙස් ගන්වනු ලැබූ යටත් විජිත අධ්‍යාපනයම මිස අන් කුමක් ද? 1948 නිදහසෙන් පසු ද්විතික සහ උසස් අධ්‍යාපනයේ ඇති කරන ලද සංශෝධනයන් තුළින් අධ්‍යාපන සැලසුම් ලංකාවට උචිත ලෙස සංස්කරණය කළ බවට මහ හඩින් කෑ මොර දෙනු ලැබුවද අපි තවමත් පොම්ප කරන අධ්‍යාපන රටාවෙි වහල්ලු වෙමු. බොහෝ විශ්ව විද්‍යාල පාඨමාලා තවමත් න්‍යායික දැනුම ලබා දීමට පමනක් සීමා වී පවතින හෙයින්, එයින් බිහිවන නිමවුම් ප්‍රයෝගික දැනුමෙන් හීනය. ලාංකීය විශ්ව විද්‍යාල පද්ධතියෙන් බිහි කෙරෙන මානව ප්‍රාග්ධනය වෘත්තීය අභිමුඛ කිරීමෙි අවශ්‍යතාව 21 සියවසේ ප්‍රධාන අභියෝගය වලින් එකකි.
  • Observer Added " Tuma/Tumo, Utumano sanskrutiya " viruddawa kata karana Bandula Jayaseekara "Sir " sanskrutiye ( a slave of the imported culture) gattaku bavata pat vela. Aneee anichan!! "yatatvijita wadee manasikatvayen" palamuwa oba midiya utu wenava, Bandula What a paradox !!!!
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