Effective Early Education: Cross-cultural Perspectives - by Lotty Eldering, Paul Leseman
By Lotty Eldering, Paul Leseman
This paintings examines foreign ideas of early schooling and literacy for deprived youngsters, from a cross-cultural standpoint. It brings jointly theoretical insights, the result of empirical learn, and stories with early academic intervention programmes.
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