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Kromka, Marta

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  • Diagnoza przedszkolna jako wsparcie sukcesu edukacyjnego dziecka

    The lowering of the age at which children begin their schooling, and the controversy surrounding this issue, have once again prompted reflection on the problem of the suitability of six-year-olds to attend school. This article draws attention to the significance of preschool education for the child’s effective fulfillment of compulsory schooling – for achieving educational success. Kindergarten, as an institution that fulfils both a caregiving and an educational role, is essential, both to pr...

    The Role of Parents in Fostering Child’s Reading Attitudes in the Context of Leisure Time

    The aim of this paper is an attempt to place the issues and to stress the importance of early reading experiences in the space of leisure, according to children of preschool age. A small child’s leisure time is a specific category, category, inconsistent with a standard and general definitions of the phenomenon. The main and most natural preschool child’s leisure form is child’s play which, beyond the joy and pleasure, should also bring an educational value that contributes to the development...

    Dialogue with autistic child – 3I Method

    A child suffering from autism has its own range of disorders with different degrees of severity, which results in the need for individualising therapy. What is important is that the proposed methods should not be mutually exclusive, but should effectively stimulate the child development. Due to the child’s brain plasticity, a multidirectional, intensive and early started therapy that creates conditions for significant improvement is re- commended. This article is an attempt to present main is...
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