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Early Childhood Education

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The youngest minds of Australia will one day be its leaders. Researchers believe that preschool is a critical period to expand the educational equity and opportunity of children by giving them a strong start. When is the right time to get kids “school ready”?

For the next two months we will consider this question and others as we delve into the world of early childhood education.

We know that high-quality early childhood education can provide the foundation for achieving academic, health, and social goals. However, there is something to be said about letting kids be kids. Can “playing” and learning how to get along with other children be as important as getting a head start on reading and math? And how can we ensure that this same high-quality early education is available and affordable to children in disadvantaged communities?

We will talk with educators, researchers and parents, and we warmly encourage you to join this discussion.

Please contact Svetlana at sstankovic@openforum.com.au to share your thoughts and concerns with our online community.

 

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Childhood education

Dear Childhood Educators, Childhood education should start at age of 2 ears old. At this age child has already developed to know who he/she wants to be. Childhood educator should be able to figure out from the child's behaviour of his/her capabilities. It is possible to do. Only question is How? Sincerely Mike Wolph

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In recent years early childhood education became an important education for preschool children. There are many things for a child to learn and think creatively.

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