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BRAC Remote Play Labs
Play Labs are play-based learning centers for children ages 3-5 in low-resource settings. With the onset of COVID-19, BRAC is adapting the model for remote learning through radio and telecommunication
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Little Ripples
Little Ripples is a replicable and sustainable early childhood education program that empowers refugees and communities affected by humanitarian crises to implement child-centered, quality, and compre
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Speed School
The Speed School program (also known as Second Chance) works in Ethiopia and Liberia to help vulnerable out-of-school children catch up on education in supportive, joyful classrooms with remarkable re
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Toyi
With Toyi, a water bottle can be transformed into a six armed robot, old boxes can become train compartments or a pine cone can come to life as a cute monster. Offering a brand new playing experience
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Reality and Fiction in Kindergarten
The topics 'fear' and 'reality and fiction' are discussed on the basis of a children’s book and the children are introduced to special-effects technology.
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Qrius Long-story Curriculum
Language teaching is seen an uphill task and huge efforts go into making children pick up reading and writing in early years. We often miss out on the fact that the child effortlessly taught herself t
The Rainbow Play Approach
The Rainbow Play Approach is a tool that can be applied across formal and informal early childhood settings. It is trauma informed, directly links with 3 components of the Nurturing Care Framework and
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Children Are Citizens (CAC)
Featuring both professional development & curriculum enactment, this project--inspired by the municipal preschools of Reggio Emilia, Italy--is grounded in the belief that children are capable of conce
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The Wonderwall
All you need is a designated spot in the classroom, a pile of post-its and a pen and you've created: "The Wonderwall". Whether it is on a wall or a door, it does not matter, as long as this is the