intervention program

intervention program.
1. the start of the most widely used early childhood education projects in united nations beginning in 1965 and funded by the federal government.
2. Initially, the program is considered to be very successful in raising child intelligence ten years later, the initial gains are said to fade.
3. advocate universal education for all children, including children with disabilities.
4. Encourage integration of curriculum and convincing learning to become active.
4. He advocates learning based on the principle of nature – development is from within so that children should be allowed to learn at their own level.
5. he also stressed the basic concept of “learning by doing”
5. The use of learning from “easy to difficult” and “general to specific”.
6. He is best known for his three important contributions: books with illustrations, emphasis on education with the senses and the potential of social education reform.
6. Children should not be considered small adults
6. She suggested that all children go to school.
7. He divided the phase based on the school level:
7. Education should be appropriate to the correct age and method.
7. This study affects the relationship between Montessori and Piaget.
7. The idea is that the first years of life are important for the overall development.
8. Believing movement and activity are signs of a healthy learning experience.
9. young children learn from nature experience.
9. At present many learning books still follow the general format of Comenius using pictures as a teaching tool.