The SIX SupPORTS of early childhood curriculum planning: A Training Module for weekday education teachers. ASK Magazine. Teaching Plan. Objective
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“…when you educate the whole child, you can count on academic growth as well, even if that's not the primary intent. “(Curriculum Development Group)
(Laying the Foundation)
“…it is not so much that we need to think of a child who develops himself by himself but rather of a child who develops himself interacting and developing with others.”
(Malaguzzi , as quoted in Socialization)
“The principle goal of education in the schools should be creating men and women who are capable of doing new things, not simply repeating what other generations have done.”
-- Jean Piaget
Child Care and Guidance, Management, and Services
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