2 edition of Children in the strategy of development found in the catalog.
Children in the strategy of development
H. W. Singer
|Statement||prepared for the United Nations Centre for Economic andSocial Information and the United Nations Children"s Fund by Hans Singer.|
|Series||Executive Briefing Paper -- 6., CESI/E.12|
|Contributions||United Nations. Centre for Economic and Social Information., UNICEF.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||64|
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Development Strategy for Bendigo aims to align with these broader national and international reform agendas by implementing strategies to increase language and literacy in a local context. Investing in child development is critical for strong future socio-economic development, as capable children become the foundation of a prosperous.
The authors begin with the basics of brain development, and the issues that affect it, and then provide information specific to infant, toddler, preschool, and kindergarten to primary age levels. Educational activities are described as they relate to physical, language, social, emotional, cognitive, and academic progress relevant to brain development at each age level.Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books.