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Early Childhood Learning

Dahlberg and Moss describe it as democratic practices, in which parents and staff try to make meaning of these practices, acknowledging that there are always multiple perspectives to look at educational practices. This asks for a reflexive, researching attitude from the staff, since pedagogical practices do not have a meaning by themselves – an essence – but meaning is made or created through the perspectives of the people involved. This may very well be at the core of what building a curriculum – based on equity and diversity – may mean, when we acknowledge that respect for diversity is not about tolerating what is deviant from the norms, but about problematizing the norms that create deviance. Ontario Colleges Offering Early Childhood Education Programs Teachers can help students achieve their cognitive development levels through consistent and regular interactions of collaborative knowledge-making learning processes. Whatever you decide, at CCC you’ll have the support of great,