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Why Play Matters Most in Early Education Programs

Why Play Matters Most in Early Education Programs

Play is learning for children, it is how they get to know their world. Children use play to solve complex problems like grasping a ball escaping from their hands or displaying joy after an accomplishment and frustration when required to try again and again. Children...

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Adverse Childhood Experiences

Adverse Childhood Experiences

      Adversity occurs in childhood through many ways. It can range from war, loss of a family member, abuse, neglect, resource scarcity to name a few. For many children, these unwanted experiences create barriers causing severe developmental disruption which later...

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Launching Project Alpha

Launching Project Alpha

Part of Early Childhood Education Ethiopia’s mission and vision is to improve existing pre-primary learning environments. With Project Alpha, we will lay the foundation on how to implement progressive and generational long lasting early learning environments. In phase...

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Development and Learning

Development and Learning

Neurodiversity  Children learn and understand their world using their senses. They manipulate experiences gathered as they interact with their surroundings (home, siblings, church, school) into information that will help them assimilate new concepts and accommodate...

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The Magical First Year

The Magical First Year

           Children have a way of reminding us to slow down, sit on the floor, play a show and run corner to corner for no other reason but to capture joy and laughter. But the adult world is busy, regimented, filled with deadlines which doesn't allow...

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