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TitleProgramme and Abstracts 2018 EDULOG International Conference Early Childhood Education: What Science Has to Teach Us
Editor(s)Carvalho, Graça Simões de
Parente, Maria Cristina Cristo
Vilaça, Teresa
Vieira, Maria de Fátima Cerqueira Martins
Sarmento, Teresa
Ferreira, Fernando Ilídio
KeywordsEarly Childhood Education
Child/ren
Childhood/s
Educational sciences
Neurosciences
Sociology
Psychology
Anthropology
Biology
Economics
Issue date2018
PublisherUniversidade do Minho. Centro de Investigação em Estudos da Criança (CIEC)
CitationCarvalho, G.S., Parente, M.C., Vilaça, T., Vieira, M. de F., Sarmento, T. & Ferreira, F.I. (Eds.) (2018). Programme and Abstracts 2018 EDULOG International Conference Early Childhood Education: What Science Has to Teach Us. Braga: Research Centre on Child Studies (CIEC), University of Minho Ed.
Abstract(s)The Research Centre on Child Studies of the University of Minho (CIEC-UMinho) hosted the 2018 EDULOG International Conference. What challenges are currently facing early childhood education? What views fit the notion of child/ren and childhood/s? How to promote learning building and encourage the development of willingness, attitudes and values for structuring future learning? Childhood education, understood as an education continuum, involves the education and care of the 0 to the 6 years children. Pre-school education is aimed at children aged 3 to 6 years and is considered as "the first stage of basic education in the process of lifelong education". Access to nurseries and kindergartens of quality is a children’s right and, it is also a need for families in an increasingly demanding labour market. In Portugal, the pre-schooling rate reached the highest level (90.8%) in 2016/2017, according to the State of Education 2017 report, published by the National Board of Education. In Portugal, the pre-schooling rate reached its highest level (90.8%) in 2016/2017, according to the 2017 report on the State of Education, published by the National Council of Education (CNE). Knowledge about the problems associated with childhood also grows. In addition to the educational sciences, neurosciences, sociology, psychology, anthropology and biology, economics and other scientific areas are also addressing their attention to childhood education. In this scenario, the following question arises: What can Science teach us? In this abstract book, the invited researchers as well as the authors of 44 communications discuss and answer this question towards rethinking child education future.
TypeConference proceedings
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/1822/58125
e-ISBN978-972-8952-55-6
Publisher versionhttp://eventos.ciec-uminho.org/early-childhood/assets/docs/BABSTRACT.pdf
AccessOpen access
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