Ikimokyklinio ugdymo pokyčiai: Europos ir Lietuvos kontekstas

Direct Link:
Sklaidos publikacijos / Dissemination publications
Document Type:
Straipsnis / Article
Lietuvių kalba / Lithuanian
Ikimokyklinio ugdymo pokyčiai: Europos ir Lietuvos kontekstas
In the Journal:
Švietimas: politika, vadyba, kokybė [Education Policy, Management and Quality]. 2020, vol. 12, no. 1, p. 4-7
Europa; Ikimokyklinis ugdymas; Lietuva; Šeimos vaidmuo; Švietimo kokybė; Švietimo politika.
Education policy; Education quality; Europe; Lithuania; Pre-school education; Preschool education; Role of the family.
Summary / Abstract:

ENReviewing the significant changes that have taken place in the pre-school education sector in European countries and Lithuania in recent years, we notice that a lot has been achieved in implementing the goals and objectives set in the strategic education documents for the development of this sector. Of all levels of education, investment in education from birth to 5 years has been shown to provide the highest economic return. Pre-school education can also be defined as a professional institutional education and care service for a family raising a pre-school child. Pre-school education provides a basis for a child‘s early physical, social, cultural, emotional and cognitive abilities, increases social integration, and creates conditions for a child‘s successful education now and in the future. Pre-school education services are especially important for children growing up in conditions of social risk and social exclusion. European countries, including Lithuania, are intensively and purposefully striving to improve the quality of pre-school education. In Lithuania, pre-school education has been and is considered a priority area of education, and quality assurance of pre-school education is the most important strategic direction. There is also a need to place more emphasis on the role of parents as key partners in the context of quality pre-school education. Recently, the nature of the pre-school institution‘s relationship with the family has changed significantly. These two institutions become active participants in the pursuit of quality child education from an early age. [From the publication]

Related Publications:
2021-02-25 09:58:19
Views: 111    Downloads: 5