Dr. Reeta Sonawat

Dr. Reeta Sonawat

Dr. Reeta Sonawat

Dr. Reeta Sonawat is a professor and head Department of Human Development S.N.D.T. Women’s University. She is elected as Dean Faculty of Home Science. She was selected global leader Early Care and Education by World Forum Foundation, Montreal, 2005.
As an international leader in Early Childhood Education she was invited by U.S. State Department Bureau of Educational and cultural affair, Washington D.C., where she discussed the overview U.S. education system and federal leadership in early childhood education. She has visited innovative Charters Schools and Magnet Schools, Sept. 6-26, 2009. She has visited George Washington University, Rutgers University, Arizona State University, and University of Arkansas.
For post doctoral research, she worked on project “Integrated Education in Kinder Gardens and Primary Schools” in Bremen University, Germany.
She underwent training in Early Childhood Education with Reading Difficulties at Golda Meir Mount Carmel institute and Training center, Haifa, Israel.
Dr. Sonawat is a recipient of National Award for Teacher Trainer in innovative training for the project “IMPROVING CLASSROOM ENVIRONMENT TOWARDS QUALITY IN EDUCATION “ and Faculty Research Fellowship by Shastri Indo Canadian Institute for project titled “Adolescent of Minority Groups, Sense of belongingness to society”. Rotary Foundation Awarded Rotary Grant for university Teachers as a Rotary Ambassador of Goodwill. She was Visiting Professor at the Atma Jaya Jogjyakarta University, Indonesia for three months. She has been invited as speaker and presented papers in Athens, Brasilia, Montreal, Jogja, Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur, Reggio Emilia, London, Belfast, Manila, Auckland, Honolulu. Recently she has published few books……

  • Language Development for Preschool children
  • Creativity for Preschool children
  • Music and Movement for Preschool children
  • Science for Preschool children
  • Understanding Children’s Rights: A Manual for Child Care Workers
  • Young Children Right to Learning, Participation & Development
  • Multiple Intelligences for Young Children
  • Instilling Emotional Intelligence among Children
  • Viewing Child Development with Perspective of Child Rights
  • Multiple Intelligences: A Module for Teachers
  • Nature Education