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  • Word of Appreciation by Chrishella Maison Kulimbang

    We are happy to note with our smart partnership with YWCA VTOC, we are empowering young women trainees and graduates with professional academic and training skills. Here is Chrishella Maison Kulimbang’s words of appreciation at the recent YWCA-Vocational Training Opportunity Centre (VTOC) 18th Certificate Presentation Ceremony held on 27 November 2016. Though nervous, I am

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  • Laughter and tears at alumni reunion, The Star, Dec 2016

    by admin | | Media

    College’s homecoming event draws more than 200 education gradutes Dika College in Puchong Selangor, held its first alumni reunion, 12 years after it was established The reunion with the theme “A Day to Remember”, was held at Empure Hotel Subang and attended y more than 200 alumni who are now educators and advocates of early

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  • Dika College Celebrates Its First Alumni Reunion

    Dika College, one of the leading Early Childhood Education institutions in Malaysia held its first alumni reunion recently. Taking place 12 years after it was established, the occasion was themed ‘A Day to Remember’. Held at Empire Subang, it was attended by more than 200 members of its alumni who are now educators and advocates

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  • How Much Screen Time Is Healthy For Children? by Dr Robyn Anderson

    Research shows that technological devices aids in a child’s development but how much time is healthy? Early Childhood educators need to be privy about how to reduce a child’s screen time for health, psychological and educational benefits. This includes awareness on screen safety and how modern devices can be leveraged in the classroom as well

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  • Dika Early Childhood Educators Explore the Importance of Nutrition

    Dika Early Childhood Educators Explore the Importance of Nutrition A community project aimed at providing real time industrial experience The students of Community Services module consisting of nine early childhood educators carried out an educational engagement session with the Nutrition Society of Malaysia recently. The topic of their research project was ‘Studying Nutrition Behaviour in

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  • Creative Insights in Teaching Young Children Performing Arts

    Peanut butter and jelly, socks and shoes, bats and balls, hide and seek, music, movement and drama are all elements of a childhood. Performing arts comprises of three elements, mainly music, movement and drama which are all naturally an exciting experience for children. It requires action and motion which can help in a child’s development

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