A curriculum for the pre-school child: learning to learn

Audrey Curtis lays down a curriculum framework for three to five-year old children, stressing  need for  pre-school curriculum to be based upon  experiences children bring from their homes and communities. She considers  skills and competencies which should be fostered at this stage and discusses  ways in which  learning environment can be organised. She also explores  influence of early educators on modern pre-school education and looks at  question of assessment and curriculum continuity.

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Subject(s)Cross curricular
Author(s)Audrey M Curtis
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Shelf referenceA 372.21 CUR
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