Early Childhood Teaching Theories – “Putting the Cog into Cognitive”

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Early Childhood Teaching Theories. During teacher education programmes, lecturers introduce students to the joys of studying a range of theorists. But many teachers appear to put theoretical perspectives of practice behind them immediately the essay-writing is over. The purpose of this […]
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