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10 Ways to Create Self-Reliant Learners

Here’s 10 ways our teachers work to make self-reliant learners: Encourage children to do for themselves. Offer support and guidance to children as they solve problems, yet allow them the freedom to make choices and learn from their mistakes. Begin with small tasks. Divide big tasks into smaller ones. As children complete small tasks successfully, move on to larger works. Compliment children when they

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Infographic: Early Childhood Matters

According to www.opensocietyfoundations.org: “Early childhood is the most critical phase of human development. It begins before birth, when a baby’s body and brain are being formed, continues through early infancy when key relationships are established and developmental milestones reached, and includes the preschool years and the transition into the early grades of schooling.”  Research proves that early childhood is a period for physical and

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