Family is a cultural, legal, sociological and individually defined concept. It is fundamental social group typically include what is referred to as a nuclear family – father, mother and one or more children. Other definition of a family includes all the members of a household living under one roof. Families can also be defined by the ways person behave toward one another or how relationship function in the lives of people.

Monday, July 17, 2017

Early childhood education

Childhood is a time of change for children, their families and also for the early years practitioners who care for children.

Scholarly research has validated what early childhood professionals have always known intuitively: the quality of young children’s experience in early care and education settings is directly related to the knowledge, skills and dispositions of the adults caring for them.
Brain research had provided evidence of the connection between early care and education and baby’s ability to learn and develop optimally. A baby eventually learns the words of his or her parents. If the parents speak English the baby will learn to speak English. If the baby spend a lot of time around significant adults who speak Spanish, Japanese, Hebrew or any other language the infant will learn their language of the people around him or her.
The goal of all early childhood education is to enhance the development and learning of young children from birth to 7, including their physical well-being, health and safety; their social and emotional competence; their thinking skills and knowledge of the world, and their enthusiasm for and engagement in learning.

Improper preparation for preschool can hinder a child’s desire to further their education further on in life. Preschool serves as the initial stage of the learning process for a child.
Early childhood education
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