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Module 1: Innovative pedagogical approaches

Innovative pedagogical approaches to improve basic cognitive and transversal pre-cognitive competences of pre-school pupils


Introduction

Pre-school education is characterized by accelerated development in all aspects: physical, cognitive and socio-emotional. These plans are in close interaction and can only be artificially separated to be investigated or understood more easily. For example, the ability to inhibit a response (cognitive function) depends to a large extent on the maturation of the frontal cerebral areas (physical aspect) and has important consequences at the level of social interactions, for example, waiting for the respondent to respond (socio- emotional).
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The contents of this module are connected to a set of Practical Activities


1.1 Improving general knowledge for the early childhood

  1.1.1 - Introduction
  1.1.2 - Receptive and Expressive Communication
  1.1.3 - Early Literacy and Numeracy
  1.1.4 - Fine and gross motor skills
  1.1.5 - School readiness

1.2 Developing non-cognitive social competences

  1.2.1 - Introduction
  1.2.2 - Autonomy
  1.2.3 - Self-control
  1.2.4 - Positive social behaviors

1.3 Learning dispositions

  1.3.1 - Introduction
  1.3.2 - Motivation to learn
  1.3.3 - Attention and perception
  1.3.4 - Coping with changes
  1.3.5 - Taking responsibility

1.4 How to deal with Diversity and Inclusion

  1.4.1 - Introduction
  1.4.2 - A pluralistic approach
  1.4.3 - Teaching tips for inclusion
  1.4.4 - Teaching tips for interculturality
  1.4.5 - Building intercultural spaces for pupils and families

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