te whariki.docx - The idea of interest in Te Whariki early childhood education is the unique form of communication It employs a set of languages and

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The idea of interest in Te Whariki early childhood education is the unique form of communication. It employs a set of languages and symbols of their own which emphasizes on promoting and protecting other cultures. There is a tremendous development of the non-verbal communications which employs the use of gestures and movement as a way of expressing themselves, the use of different models and Materials to express their innermost feelings. This is helpful in in developing different ways to be creative and expressive. It explores the commonest values and the impact of the environment thereby improving the capacity of thinking and reasoning and embracing the existence of capabilities. The main form of reflection existing in this curriculum of early childhood development is the principality aspects of the pedagogy, the development of in confidence, the character of the character of the facilitating environment
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Unformatted text preview: across the strands elaborated in the curriculum. In the second article of Te Whariki, the area of interest is the responsiveness in terms of children with diverse culture and needs, backgrounds. It is fundamentally responsible for improving equality and excellence for all the learners without bias. The learning experience is valued and the reciprocal relationship existing between parents and the kids is embraced. What is greatly reflected is the children’s interest, the parents’ aspirations for creating positive foundation about education, social and emotional competence. It is also important to note that it has promoted the children’s transitioning to school therefore reducing any chance of discontinuity....
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