Indigenous Australian group and early childhood education and care: Professional overview


Scientific Essay, 2013

5 Pages, Grade: A


Abstract or Introduction

Childcare is one of the priority areas for the National Development Plan and the Equal Opportunities.Concern that too several Australian youngsters, notably native youngsters, don't seem to be able to begin school has spurred a series of changes to the pre-school sector. Enclosed among these changes square measure nationwide mass mensuration and also the introduction of a unified syllabus framework along with moves towards standardized entry assessment. The pre-primary age is a particularly sensitive period in children’s development. A variety of socioeconomic factors will have a major negative impact on children’s psychological development and chances of success at school. These include: poverty; happiness to deprived social classes; functional illiteracy and low levels of academic attainment of parents; and spiritual traditions associated with a cultural life wherever literacy isn't highly regarded.

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Title
Indigenous Australian group and early childhood education and care: Professional overview
Grade
A
Author
Year
2013
Pages
5
Catalog Number
V272334
ISBN (eBook)
9783656644255
ISBN (Book)
9783656644200
File size
686 KB
Language
English
Keywords
indigenous, australian, professional
Quote paper
TariQual Islam Sajeeb (Author), 2013, Indigenous Australian group and early childhood education and care: Professional overview, Munich, GRIN Verlag, https://www.grin.com/document/272334

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