early childhood

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Noun1.early childhood - the early stage of growth or developmentearly childhood - the early stage of growth or development
time of life - a period of time during which a person is normally in a particular life state
oral phase, oral stage - (psychoanalysis) the first sexual and social stage of an infant's development; the mouth is the focus of the libido and satisfaction comes from suckling and chewing and biting
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In this new collection, a Rethinking Schools publication, editor Ann Pelo proposes that early childhood education can not only advance educational concepts, but it can become, as she puts it, "a political act.
4 million over two years for early childhood education students at Red River College, University College of the North and Assiniboine Community College as part of the two-year, Early Childhood Education program.
Children in high-quality, early childhood education score better later on in cognitive, reading, and math tests, are more ambitious in work, and more healthy in general.
The Ministry understands all primary schools expect to re-open on Monday 22 August, as will all early childhood education services.
The first chapter, on historical perspective, is the longest and most comprehensive, providing a unique and in-depth discussion of how personal experiences shaped the beliefs of the most influential contributors to the field of early childhood education.
Katz is professor emerita of early childhood education at the University of Illinois [Urbana-Champaign], where she is also co-director of the ERIC Clearinghouse on Elementary & Early Childhood Education.
More than 15,000 teachers across 25 districts in Indonesia will receive training to provide early childhood education, as part of a new government program called the Early Childhood Education Smart Generation in Villages program (PAUD Generasi Cerdas Desa).
Goffin, a specialist in early childhood education, argues that the early childhood education field lacks common expectations for the knowledge, skills, dispositions, and preparation teachers need, along with a general lack of cohesion, and contends that the profession needs a unified purpose and systems of preparation, practice, and accountability.
of Hawaii at Manoa) discusses the implications of professionalism for early childhood education, for education students and in-service trainees.

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