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Intentional environments and play based learning intersect for hey dee ho

Intentional teaching is one of the core facets of the National Quality Standards (NQS).

2024-04-16 00:49:06

by Freya Lucas

Languages are a powerful tool in early learning

Early childhood education and care (ECEC) settings are instrumental in creating a foundation for a child’s growth and development and the push for teaching new languages is growing.

2024-03-28 11:56:31

by Hannah Rother

The keys to school readiness are hearing, vision and communication

As the new school year begins, parents are often busy with new school shoes, covering schoolbooks and hunting out the right lunchboxes and pencil cases to get their children through.

2024-02-01 00:53:52

by Freya Lucas

Drawing pictures is great for children’s development – here’s how parents can help

When the weather’s bad and there’s no prospect of a trip to the park, we might well reach for crayons, pencils and paper as a way to keep our children entertained. But drawing is much more than a fun activity. It has wide-ranging benefits for children’s development.

2024-01-16 09:30:14

by Freya Lucas

Children with autism spectrum disorder develop social attention differently

Attention in children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) does not follow the same developmental trajectory as that of typically developing children, researchers from the University of Geneva (UNIGE) have found.

2024-01-15 09:23:47

by Freya Lucas

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