In the summer of 2017, a group of public school early educators got together to discuss the importance of play and to ask, are NYS learning standards and education policy putting developmentally appropriate practice at risk? Learn more at PlayMattersNYS.wordpress.com
Early Childhood Education System which needs Change
In this video I Spoke about our Early Childhood Education system which we all go through.
And Also spoke about the Changes our Educational Structure requires , And Teachers should get same Respect as the Doctor or Lawyer gets. And Adapt Finland Education System.
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Sir Stanley William Wells CBE (born 21 May 1930) is a Shakespearean scholar, writer, professor and editor who has been honorary president of the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust, professor emeritus at the University of Birmingham, and author of a number of books about Shakespeare, including Shakespeare Sex and Love, and is general editor of the Oxford and Penguin Shakespeares. He lives in Stratford-upon-Avon and was educated in English at University College, London.
Wells was born in Hull, the son of Stanley Cecil Wells MBE and Doris Wells. His father was a bus company traffic manager. Wells was educated at the Kingston High School grammar school in Hull. Wells took a degree in English at University College, London. He was invalided out of national service for the RAF in 1951. He became a Hampshire school teacher before moving to Stratford to complete his PhD. He was awarded his PhD in English by Birmingham University in 1961.
Wells was awarded an honorary DLitt by the University of Warwick in 2008. He was Professor of Shakespeare Studies and director of the Shakespeare Institute (University of Birmingham) 1988–1997, and is now emeritus professor of Shakespeare Studies.
Wells is co-editor (with Gary Taylor, John Jowett and William Montgomery) of the Oxford Complete Works and (with Michael Dobson) the Oxford Companion to Shakespeare, and has been general editor of the Oxford Shakespeare series since 1978. He is married to the writer Susan Hill, who reportedly separated from him in 2015.
Wells was appointed a Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) in the 2007 Birthday Honours for services to literature.
In 2009, Wells revealed the existence of the Cobbe portrait. He stated his belief, based on three years of research, that the portrait is a true portrait of Shakespeare, painted from life.
On 20 October 2009 he appeared on BBC 4’s comedy panel show It’s Only a Theory – defending the prevailing opinion within contemporary Shakespeare studies that ‘The plays of William Shakespeare were written by William Shakespeare of Stratford-Upon-Avon’ and debunking the theory that Shakespeare’s plays were written by some of his contemporaries.
In June 2010, he was awarded the Sam Wanamaker Award by Shakespeare’s Globe, an award given annually in the name of the Globe’s founder Sam Wanamaker to celebrate work which has increased the understanding and enjoyment of Shakespeare.
In 2013, together with Rev. Dr. Paul Edmondson, he called upon the Dean and Chapter of Westminster Abbey to remove the question mark which appears in place of a date of death in the memorial window to Christopher Marlowe in Poets’ Corner in Westminster Abbey.
Wells was knighted in the 2016 Birthday Honours for services to scholarship.
He is the father of author Jessica Ruston.
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When you meet Veronica Koo, you can’t help but be caught up in her infectious child-like energy and enthusiasm for life. A former primary school teacher for five years,her desire to help better prepare children in the early years of their lives, led her to
venture into new pathways in the oft-overlooked early childhood sector.
From her former years as a primary school teacher, Veronica noticed that was a significant gap between the children in her Primary One classes. “Some children knew a lot, but others came in with zero knowledge at all. They didn’t know their ABCs or their 1-2-3s, so I had to start from scratch,” she says. “That’s when I realised I can do something more at the pre-school level. Since I have the knowledge base in primary school, I can bridge that gap when I come into the pre-school sector.”
Veronica, who is a Principal at Zee Juniors, has now completed two diplomas in pre-school education. Clearly there is no stopping her as she is eagerly looking forward to the next lap of her learning journey: a degree in early childhood education. “This is how I keep up my passion for this industry,” she says. “I want do more for the children and that means also providing the teachers with the correct knowledge and skills, so that the children will benefit from it as well. With right training and knowledge, you can really teach the children and groom them to be the future generation.”
To embark on your lifelong learning journey, visit www.learnnow.sg
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When or at what age are you supposed to enroll your child in school? Amina talks about early childhood, how to know that your child is ready for school and when in school, what to do as a parent to make him adapt to the change.
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