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St. Audeons parent/child project

  • Noìrìn Hayes
  • Brian McCarthy
Section 1

Keywords

Parental Involvement Public Health Nurse Preschool Programme Lone Parent Early Childhood Programme 
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Résumé

Il y a l’acceptation generale que l’idée de l’éducation des tous petits, par la provision préscolaire est valable chez tous les enfants, mais surtout, pour les enfants juger à risque’. Cet article décrit un projet unique préscolaire, dont le but est pourvoir aux tous petits les expériences de haut qualité, et, en même temps; un programme pour les parents. Cet intervention dual est pouru avec la croyance que pour que les enfants derivent le bienfait maximum, les parents doivent être entrainés. Ce projet se trouve dans un quartier de Dublin.

Resumen

Hay aceptación por el idea que la educación preescolar es valiosa para todos los ninos. Pero es especialamente valiosa para los ninos desventajas. Esto proyecto inclue los parentes por que los ninos derivan el beneficio maximo. El proyecto es situado en Dublin.

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Copyright information

© Springer Dordrecht 1992

Authors and Affiliations

  • Noìrìn Hayes
    • 1
  • Brian McCarthy
    • 2
  1. 1.Dublin Institute of TechnologyDublin 1
  2. 2.Dublin Institute of TechnologyDublin

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