Edita Slunjski studies Portuguese History, Salazarism, and European Union. Multidisciplinary Approach to Designing Space of Early Childhood Education Institutions as a Condition for High-Quality Education Process. Edita Slunjski. Edita Slunjski ; Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb Maja Ljubetić ; Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Split.
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It was the basis for collecting materials for the creation of common educational materials that will be able for use even after the 4E4K project finish.
Participators were educators from Croatian and Hungarian Kindergartens. Each child is an individual and eidta be provided with quality development and growing slujnski. Knowledge of charasteristics of children behaviour depending on chronological age, active cooperation with colleagues, expert team and parents, efficiant actions and strategies, improvements etc.
The participants of the training especially thanked the prof. Therefore, it is necessary to dedicate greater attention to raising awareness of and improving culture.
Social competence development process in kindergarten
New democratic values have become an integral part of early childhood and pre- school education institutions and have also initiated changes in educational programmes for kindergarten-school teachers. Often a child remembers the knowledge he does not understand. Chicago 17th Edition Slunjski, Edita.
Participants actively participated in the lecture and talk about their own experiences. Teachers, educators, architects, designers, landscape architects and other profiles of experts invest a joint effort in the process of developing, shaping, fdita designing the facility of an early childhood education institution and its spatial features.
All participants in the upbringing- educational process play an active role in the development of this.
Edita Slunjski –
The quality of the community’s culture determines the quality of life and learning of both adults and children in. For many years, the function of traditional. For many years, the function of traditional kindergartens was determined by the philosophy and the beliefs of a totalitarian socialistic social order which, with the transition to democracy, accepted new paradigms about a child’s development, learning, institutional upbringing and the education of pre-school aged children etc. Croatian Journal of Education, 17 Sp.
Socially competent child exploates personal ecouragement and encouragements from surroundings, creates solid relationships with otjers, accommodates and successfully controles emotions.
Therefore, society should invest more in early and pre-school upbringing of children up to 6 years as it invests in other educational systems. Abstract Even though the tradition of kindergartens in Croatia is a long eita, it is only since the last decade that kindergartens in the Republic of Croatia have been regarded as communities that learn.
She emphasized the difference between the transfer of information memorization, memorizing learning and the importance of developing the metacognitive abilities of children – children need to learn how to think on their own. The importance of recognizing and responding to child needs has been emphasized. First day, 23rd February, a special emphasis was editta on the enneagram approach to understanding the different personalities of the educators.
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Play and its Pedagogical Potential in a Preschool Institution
Edita Slunjski spoke about how to learn children. From the Traditional to the Modern: Keeping in mind that in this paper social competence development is explored from the point of kindergarten, central role belongs to the educator who spends great amount of time with children.
New democratic values have become an integral part of early childhood and pre. There was also an evaluation of the education in which the educators from both kindergartens agreed that the lecturer was very clear and professional, that they used examples from practice, that the topics were clear and applicable in everyday work.