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Best Education in the World: Finland, South Korea [US is 17th 'average'] rapidly becoming a 3rd world country

Best Education in the World: Finland, South Korea [US is 17th 'average'] rapidly becoming a 3rd world country | International perspectives in Early years | Scoop.it
The United States places 17th in the developed world for education, according to a global report by education firm Pearson. Finland and South Korea, not surprisingly, top the list of 40 developed countries with the best education systems.

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Education system in Serbia should be modeled on the Finnish one - Minister - InSerbia News

Education system in Serbia should be modeled on the Finnish one - Minister - InSerbia News | International perspectives in Early years | Scoop.it
InSerbia News Education system in Serbia should be modeled on the Finnish one - Minister InSerbia News BELGRADE – Serbian Minister of Education, Science and Technological Development Tomislav Jovanovic said on Monday that the education system in...
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Call to improve RE lesson standards

Call to improve RE lesson standards | International perspectives in Early years | Scoop.it
Religious education in schools in England needs to be more consistent, amid concerns the subject is being marginalised.
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'Childhood damaged' by over-testing

'Childhood damaged' by over-testing | International perspectives in Early years | Scoop.it
Too much testing in schools risks damaging the "quality of childhood", claim academics and writers, including poet laureate Carol Ann Duffy.
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Making Te Whariki visible in Playcentre | learning through play

Making Te Whariki visible in Playcentre | learning through play | International perspectives in Early years | Scoop.it
Playcentres are frequently asked how they link their work in Playcentre to Te Whariki. Are we expected to make overt links by writing a strand and a goal on each learning story or can we achieve this in different ways?
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Au Pair Link Wellington: What are Learning Dispositions?!

Au Pair Link Wellington: What are Learning Dispositions?! | International perspectives in Early years | Scoop.it
They make instant and direct connections to the Strands of Te Whāriki. Margaret Carr ... Teachers in early childhood education in Aotearoa/New Zealand don't merely teach subjects or Strand of Te Whāriki.
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Auckland Child Care Adventureland Early Learning Centre

Auckland Child Care Adventureland Early Learning Centre offers quality early childhood education with curriculum based on Te Whariki and fully qualified chil...
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How the Finnish school system outshines US education - ScienceBlog.com (blog)

How the Finnish school system outshines US education - ScienceBlog.com (blog) | International perspectives in Early years | Scoop.it
How the Finnish school system outshines US education ScienceBlog.com (blog) The Finnish school system might sound like a restless American schoolchild's daydream: school hours cut in half, little homework, no standardized tests, 50-minute recess...
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How Two Struggling Schools Got Two Different Results With Ed Tech

By now, many educators understand that technology has the potential of transforming teaching and learning. But the term “technology” covers vast territory, and there are many different layers of tech and ways of integrating it from school to school.
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Cherie Blair calls for universal childcare | Nursery World

Cherie Blair calls for universal childcare | Nursery World | International perspectives in Early years | Scoop.it
Read Cherie Blair calls for universal childcare and the latest childcare & early years news & best practice on Nursery World
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Start schooling later than age five, say experts - Telegraph.co.uk

Start schooling later than age five, say experts - Telegraph.co.uk | International perspectives in Early years | Scoop.it
Telegraph.co.uk Start schooling later than age five, say experts Telegraph.co.uk Traditional lessons should be put on hold for up to two years amid fears that successive governments have promoted a “too much, too soon” culture in schools and...
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Te Whāriki – Early Childhood Education Curriculum - Many Answers

Te Whāriki – Early Childhood Education Curriculum - Many Answers | International perspectives in Early years | Scoop.it
What is the purpose of the Goals and their related Learning Outcomes in the structure of Te Whāriki? LEVEL: Secondary. (Note: In Māori we use the macron or line over a letter to show the correct pronunciation - a long sound.
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Pisa's tests could get curiouser and curiouser - news - TES

Creativity and foreign languages may join league table measures
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