Learning and Development

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  • Early routines

    In the second part of her series on Human Tendencies, Barbara Isaacs explores orientation and exactitude, demonstrated by children’s need for…

    Subject: The Montessori Method

    Author: Barbara Isaacs

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  • Thinking Skills

    Supporting young children’s developing thinking skills will open up lifelong learning opportunities, says Pamela May… “Why are the trees empty?” That question…

    Subject: Cognitive development

    Author: Pamela May

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  • Foreign Language Learning

    At Judit Horvath’s nursery, foreign language learning – and the considerable early educational benefits it can provide – are but a…

    Subject: MFL

    Author: Judit Horvath

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  • What Schemas Reveal About Young Children’s Thinking

    In the second part of her series on schematic behaviour, Dr Frances Atherton explains how the observation of children’s schemas can…

    Subject: Schemas

    Author: Frances Atherton

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  • How Montessori’s Human Tendencies Affect How Young Children Learn

    Barbara Isaacs begins a new series on Maria Montessori’s Human Tendencies by focusing on social development… Montessori’s perspective of human development is…

    Subject: Montessori Method

    Author: Barbara Isaacs

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