When did teaching stop being about exciting lessons and giving meaningful feedback, and just become an endless stream of box-ticking and paperwork? • More from The Secret Teacher
Staci Spencer Gloyn's insight:
From my Twitter Feed again...I really like this because it is one of the reasons I got out of K-12, yet I am teaching this course to people. I think there is value in discussing what is needed and what is not. I also have people going in to K-12. This might be something of value to add for discussion purposes.
Early childhood education deals with taking care of children by the people other than their relatives or family members. The National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) defines early childhood before the age of eight.
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