A Proposal for the Development of an Early Childhood Education Program


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A Proposal for the Development of an Early Childhood Education Program
An early childhood education program must take into consideration a number of factors that relate to quality and service delivery of child development, including strategies for teacher recruitment, curriculum development, program policies and procedures, inclusion practices for special needs children as well as a fundamental program vision that is based on sound child development theory. This paper will discuss a proposal for the development of an early childhood education program based on the child development theories of Lev Vygotsky.
Vygotsky departed from Piaget and other child development theorists who preceded him, by placing greater emphasis on the relationship...
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