Up to 90% of brain development occurs in the first five years of life. Early learning matters, and creates a solid foundation for future development. Philosophical underpinnings in early education matter too. They influence the interactions between teachers and children, the environment design and beliefs about how children learn. The demographic diversity of Australia means no single […] … learn more→
Tag Archives: Learning styles
Montessori, Steiner or Reggio Emilia: which childcare philosophy is best for your family?
Learning styles are fake news
Before “fake news”, we used to think that demonstrating the falsity of a claim consigned it to irrelevance for all but a delusional fringe. But perhaps it is time to accept that myths persist and mutate as malignantly as viruses. Academic research can have its own myths. Education research certainly does. Perhaps the most pervasive […] … learn more→