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Child initiated learning

Discussion in 'Early Years' started by jana01234, Feb 7, 2011.

  1. Hello everyone,

    This is my first post on TES forum and I was wondering if you can advise me on
    " How do you provide for child initiated learning?"
    I work in a nursery abroad and was wondering how do you in UK do that based on EYFS and if you can explain it .

    I would really appreaciate it because I have very little experiences in this department and would like to learn !

    THANK YOU! Jana

     
  2. Hello everyone,

    This is my first post on TES forum and I was wondering if you can advise me on
    " How do you provide for child initiated learning?"
    I work in a nursery abroad and was wondering how do you in UK do that based on EYFS and if you can explain it .

    I would really appreaciate it because I have very little experiences in this department and would like to learn !

    THANK YOU! Jana

     
  3. Thongy1

    Thongy1 New commenter

    Try here: http://abcdoes.typepad.com/
     

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