The ISSA Pedagogical Standards: a tool to influence quality in early childhood programs

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dc.identifier.citation Tankersley, D. (2010). The ISSA Pedagogical Standards: a tool to influence quality in early childhood programs. A 'CiDd: II Congrés Internacional de Didàctiques 2010'. Girona: Universitat. [Consulta 2 juliol 2010]. Disponible a:
dc.description.abstract The ISSA Pedagogical Standards were first published in 2001 as a network-developed tool that defined quality in teaching practices and the classroom environment and captured the changes that had occurred in the region since 1994 when the Step by Step Program, an initiative to promote democratic principles in early childhood development and education, was launched. The Program was built on belief that each child has the right to receive maximum support for the development of his or her full potential, and this work should be done in partnership and close cooperation with families, communities and professionals
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dc.language.iso eng
dc.publisher Universitat de Girona. Departament de Didàctiques Específiques
dc.publisher Universidad de Granada
dc.publisher Université de Genève
dc.relation.ispartofseries CiDd: II Congrés Internacional de Didàctiques 2010
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dc.subject Pedagogia
dc.subject Teaching
dc.subject Qualitat de l'educació
dc.subject Educational quality
dc.title The ISSA Pedagogical Standards: a tool to influence quality in early childhood programs
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