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Early Childhood Education

The Journey of Early Childhood Education Through Time

By Jelena Aleksov on 5th Feb 2018

For over 2,000 years  the issues of “why” and “how” to teach young children have engaged philosophers, psychologists and educators…

Early Childhood Education

How to Conquer Your Child’s Math Anxiety

By Tara Cvetkovic on 19th Jan 2018

As early as kindergarten, kids are introduced to math. As they progress in grade school, children will learn math skills…

Early Childhood Education

Good Practice in Celebrating Holidays in Kindergarten Curriculum

By Jelena Aleksov on 11th Jan 2018

Children love and look forward to holidays and the fun that goes along with each one. However, when parents visit…

Early Childhood Education

ScratchJr – Visual Programming Language for Children Ages 5–7

By Jelena Aleksov on 30th Dec 2017

Just as writing helps you organize your thinking and express your ideas, the same is true for coding. Coding enables…

Early Childhood Education

The Use of Robotics in Education

By Anica Stojkovic on 9th Nov 2017

Over the last few years, interest in educational utilization of robotics has increased and several attempts have been made worldwide…

Early Childhood Education

5 Apps to Get Your Children Engaged With Science

By NDFAdmin on 7th Nov 2017

As regards getting your child excited about science, the screen can be a great ally. This way, a good app…

Early Childhood Education

Early Childhood Education: an Investment Worth Making

By Luiz Felipe Moraes on 2nd Nov 2017

Apart from boosting cognitive development, ECE can be a tool for reducing gaps between the rich and the poor, strengthening…

Early Childhood Education

Using Drama and Theater in the Classroom to Promote Literacy

By Anica Stojkovic on 17th Aug 2017

Numerous studies indicate that using drama in the classroom as a means of teaching helps students learn academically, socially, and…

Early Childhood Education

Moving Forward with Instructional Coaching in Early Childhood

By Rebecca Blazar Lebowitz on 28th Jul 2017

This month, Rebecca Lebowitz, inaugural Djokovic Fellow at Harvard University’s Center on the Developing Child, provides insight into her fascinating…

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