Report explores methods for early-childhood instruction

07/24/2013 | Education Week

Early-childhood and early-intervention programs would benefit from employing more group-based activities and conversation-based learning, according to a new report by the Institute of Education Sciences. Researchers found that many such programs are not using research-supported methods. The report offers ideas for implementing these -- and other -- instructional methods in early-childhood settings.

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