Zoekopdracht: organizations: "Bernard van Leer Foundation", year: 2007 - 2007
|Titel||Supporting mothers : enriching the learning environment for young children|
|Tijdschrift||Early Childhood Matters|
|Organisatie||Bernard van Leer Foundation|
|Onderwerp||Culture, Society and Religion|
|Samenvatting||It has long been recognised that one of the best ways of supporting the development of young children is to ensure that they can benefit from a rich, stimulating learning environment from the time they are born. It |
is also a fundamental principle of quality provision for young families that mothers are recognised as the primary educators of their own young children – and therefore, runs the argument, anything that can be done to support mothers in this role can only be for the benefit of their children in both the short and the longer term. More recently it has also become apparent that the rhetoric in relation to parent support generally applies only or mainly to women. In terms of parent support programmes, there are a variety of different models but they can generally be classified into three types: the deficit model, the involvement model, and the empowerment model.
|Rechten||© 2007 Bernard van Leer Foundation|