Written by Emeritus Prof Marjory Ebbeck, Dr Minushree Sharma, and Dr Sheela Warrier, this is a report presented at PECERA 2022 that investigated the outcomes of a relationships-based curriculum introduced in 20 childcare centres in Singapore. The results indicate that the curriculum had benefited children’s well-being over the three years of the study’s duration.
Early Childhood Teachers’ Views and Teaching Practices in Outdoor Play with Young Children in Singapore
Written by Emeritus Prof Marjory Ebbeck, Dr Hoi Yin Bonnie Yim, and Dr Sheela Warrier, this paper reports on a research study in Singapore that investigated the perspectives of early childhood teachers regarding the value of outdoor play and their teaching practices. The findings reveal that teachers enjoy conducting outdoor activities but face challenges such as the lack of physical and human resources.
Written by Emeritus Prof Marjory Ebbeck et al., this paper reported a relationships-based curriculum and how it extended the active involvement of the infants, toddlers, and young children (up to the age of three) in their learning. Conducted over a year using a well-tested, traditional before-and-after methodology, children were observed to show significantly improved active involvement.