2 edition of Principles of training for children found in the catalog.
Principles of training for children
1989 by Physical Education Association of Great Britain and Northern Ireland in [London] .
Written in English
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Children are members of cultural groups that share developmental patterns. Children exhibit a range of skills & competencies within any domain of development. Children learn through play & the active exploration of their environment.
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Children's learning is understood developmentally. The classroom offers a safe base. The importance of nurture for the development of wellbeing. Language is a vital means of communication. All behaviour is communication.
The importance of transition in children's lives. Ref: Lucas,S., Insley,K. and Buckland,G. () Nurture Group Principles.
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