EFFECTIVE LEARNING IN EARLY CHILDHOOD

Lena Damovska

Abstract


This work covers the issue of achieving quality in learning, and the development ofchildren from an early age. Effective learning refers to creating preconditions necessary for achieving quality in the realization of the aims, i.e. the planned content that is to be realized with the children from an early age.Among other points, this work stresses the current European principles for achieving quality and well-being of the children, in addition to how possible the assumptions for creating the new policies for early childhood development in R. Macedonia are.Keywords:   effective learning, holistic development, early age, preschool children. 

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