Quality Partnership as a Contextual Prerequisite of Successful Learning of Young and Preschool-Aged Children


  •  Maja Ljubetic    
  •  Ina Ercegovac    
  •  Morana Koludrovic    

Abstract

The paper discusses quality partnership as a prerequisite for the functioning of the institutions of early and pre-school education and for the child’s overall development and learning. Considering that child’s development and learning take place in different contexts (family, educational institutions, clubs, local and wider communities), the efforts of individuals and institutions should be coordinated in order to be more effective. The influences of various factors can be aligned only when all the stakeholders are familiar with and follow the same principles in education and operate synchronously, which can be achieved by building a quality partnership. Its prerequisite is professionalism and high level of competence of all of its stakeholders needed to ensure optimal conditions for child’s overall development, learning and education. The imperatives of thus understood partnership (at all levels) are improving the quality and interest of the child.



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  • Issn(Print): 1927-5250
  • Issn(Onlne): 1927-5269
  • Started: 2012
  • Frequency: bimonthly

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