Improving parent competences in promoting literacy development – some results of a pilot study
Kaposvár University, Faculty of Pedagogy, Guba S. str. 40. Kaposvár 7400, Hungary
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It is obvious by now that promoting emergent literacy development is one of the most important means of addressing disadvantages. This does not only mean a more sophisticated reflection on methodology issues in early childhood and pre-school education but also includes designing programmes which are suitable for promoting parent competences, which could be regarded as a target of development work and also as the guiding principle of our own work.
Key words: emergent literacy / storytelling / early childhood education / preschool education / parental involvement / parent competences
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