Guest lecturing University of Nebraska – Lincoln (UNL)
Thursday (10/12) in cooperation with the Faculty, International Office YSU organize Guest lecturing which was attended by 65 participants consisting of FIP lecturers and students of the Department of Psychology and Early Childhood Education. The speakers are from the University of Nebraska - Lincoln (UNL), Prof. Harvey Perlman and Prof. Dr. Helen Raikes.
Both speakers elaborated on "Research in Early Childhood Education and Partnership" which has made countries such as China and Turkey focuses on children aged 8 and under before entering school. Research collaboration with 15 universities have done studies which focused pattern of risk in children of pre-school age and hygienic drinking water studies in their development.
In his presentation, explained that there are differences between children who experienced the ECE (Early Childhood education) and children who are not experience ECE. Children who do not have to have ECE level 'total literacy' is low. Instead, children are the future ECE has the ability to speak nicely.
ECE is indispensable due to the increase of children who have school so that some courses in ECE needs to be developed are: Centre Based Programs and Home Visiting Program which will provide integrated services in terms of parenting, visit the home in order to look into the background of students, and provide knowledge importance ECE.
In addition to representing the results of the study ECE, a delegation of UNL also aims to study how early childhood education in Indonesia compared with the US and the countries that once made the study. (Yoss / ant)