A teacher who is aware of PPN can start helping the child to develop its innate talents and skills and enhance learning potential. At the same time, it will empower the teacher to spot learning or behavioural difficulties/disorders right at inception and alert parents about them.

Today, preschools are the entry level institutions for children when they leave the confines of home to begin formal education. At this age, the child’s conscious mind is still taking shape. The final blooming and the pruning thereafter will happen to firm up the mind. Hence preschools taking up prenatal and infant education is very natural.

Teachers being aware and sensitive about the   process of making of the conscious mind of a child are in a better position to understand and groom the child. Many of the patterns and tendencies which a child will start exhibiting in preschool will show up in more prominently in later life. A teacher who is aware of this can start helping the child to develop its innate talents and skills. At the same time, it will empower the preschool teacher to spot learning or behavioural difficulties/disorders right at inception and alert parents about them.