Classroom practitioners at virtually all educational tiers to some
extent, work towards the holistic development of the learners.
Several psychological theories have emphasised the importance of
ensuring that young children are exposed to a rich environment so
as to accord them stable and rich early childhood experiences.
Piaget's theory of cognitive development and Vygotsky's
socio-cultural theory, among other theories, were quite
informative. This book explores the utility of the environment in
facilitating the development of Science Process Skills.The book
employs the quasi-experimental research design accompanied by the
quantitative statistical technique, namely the Student t-test to
highlight the usefulness of the environment in Science process
skills development.The book is likely to be of benefit to Early
Childhood Development teachers and lecturers as well as college and
Lap Lambert Academic Publishing
|Country of origin:
• Tarisai Teveraishe
||229 x 152 x 5mm (L x W x T)
||Paperback - Trade
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Teaching skills & techniques
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