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Early Childhood Education

EU Supports Educational Projects for Children in Crisis

By Anna Chulack on 27th Nov 2016

The Novak Djokovic Foundation has done important work for a number of years in improving education for children in a…

Early Childhood Education

Why is E-learning Vital for Early Childhood Education?

By Anne Steinhoff on 13th Nov 2016

E-learning has dramatically changed the teaching and learning process in classrooms. Being described as the future of education, here we…

Early Childhood Education

Preschool Bullies: How to Prevent this Kind of Behaviour?

By Anna Chulack on 8th Nov 2016

We all know bullying is bad. It’s an unfortunate phenomenon that is large and widespread through schools globally. The fact…

Early Childhood Education

Annie Murphy Paul: What We Learn before We’re Born? (TED)

By NDFAdmin on 21st Oct 2016

Pop quiz: When does learning begin? Answer: Before we are born. Science writer Annie Murphy Paul talks through new research…

Early Childhood Education

Transition in Early Childhood Education

By NDFAdmin on 18th Oct 2016

Between birth, and the age of 8, many significant transitions happen in education for children. When parents are aware of…

Early Childhood Education

Lack of Men in Early Childhood Education

By Sayeh Yousefi on 16th Oct 2016

Sexism often seems to only effect women, and even though sexism definitely concerns women, having been the centre point of…

Early Childhood Education

Sugata Mitra on Child-driven Education

By Anne Steinhoff on 22nd Sep 2016

The results from a series of classroom experiments, in which children were given self-supervised access to the Internet, suggest that…

Early Childhood Education

4 Things Kindergarten Teachers Want You to Know

By Anna Chulack on 23rd Jan 2017

Kindergarten is an important time in your child’s early development. You can ensure your child can make the most of…

Early Childhood Education

Finland the First Country in the World to Get Rid of All School Subjects

By Anne Steinhoff on 19th Jan 2017

Imagine children no longer having to study physics, math, literature, or history at school. Sounds impossible? Take a look at…

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