ARE COMPETENCIES AND COMMITTED LEARNING STYLE CONCEPTS TO BE CONNECTED TO EARLY EDUCATION?
The paper presents a plea for the need of professionalization of human resource involved in early, pre-school and primary education. The necessity of a continuum interrelationship of a professionalized educator, child and family along a wider period of time during the first ontogenesis stages is also explained and argued.
The issue of real and fake controversy in the literature on modern curricula emphasis is brief overview.
The opportunity to use the concepts of competencies for the early stages of ontogenesis is also substantiated, by highlighting the developmental process of these competencies until the crystallization of the competent personality and further the refinement and development of practical skills.
The need of grounding in early childhood what would later become an effective learning style, committed learning is explained. The adultsâ€™ insertion in the social and professional life of our millennium depends on the level of development of this learning style.
The end of the article summarizes the experience of an interesting Masters program (PERFORMER) aiming to train based on a new curricular model the human resources for early, preschool, and primary education teachers.
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