Developing Of High Quality Course Materials To Improve Early Age Practitioners’ Education
The pre-primary age is an especially sensitive period in children’s development but high quality education and care from a very early age creates a good foundation for lifelong learning. This is why performant teacher education is needed. This paper addresses the issue of early age practitioners’ education presenting an European project that aims to develop course materials that focus on the major areas in early learning and contribute to the development of research based, pedagogical approaches within three areas that are crucial in respect to get all toddlers on a successful life learning road: learning of language(s) and focus on the teacher-child communication, improved knowledge of how to foster toddlers' wellbeing, identifying crucial aspects for improved parental involvement.
Volume (Year): XVIII/Supplement (2012)
Issue (Month): (November)
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