Reeta Sonawat is a professor and head Department of Human Development, S.N.D.T. Women’s University. She was selected global leader Early Care and Education by World Forum Foundation, Montreal, 2005 and was invited by U.S. State Department Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, Washington D.C., where she discussed an overview of the U.S. education system and federal leadership in early childhood education. For her post-doctoral research, she worked on a project “Integrated Education in Kinder Gardens and Primary Schools” in Bremen University, Germany. She also underwent training in Early Childhood Education with Reading Difficulties at Golda Meir Mount Carmel institute and Training center, Haifa, Israel.

Reeta Sonawat is a recipient of National Award for Teacher Trainer in innovative training for the project “Improving Classroom Environment Towards Quality In Education” and was awarded the Rotary Grant for university teachers by Rotary Foundation as a Rotary Ambassador of Goodwill. She has presented papers at various international fora and has published a number of books on language development, emotional intelligence and creativity for pre-school children as well as on developmental aspects of adolescents.

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