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Faculty of Health,
The School of Education has been awarded just under €350,000 for a new Strategic Partnership project under the Erasmus+ scheme.
Helen Sutherland, Senior Lecturer at Kingston University and Kim Kimhag from the University of Gävle, Sweden have developed an exciting exchange programme to provide early years teacher trainees the opportunity to experience another country’s educational system.
Charlie Taylor during his speech for Nursery World Business Summit 2014 has praised Kingston University and Bright Horizons for their pioneering partnership work saying that “For both parties it was a leap into the unknown that required a relationship of trust and openness.
The exchange programme developed by Helen Sutherland, Senior Lecturer, School of Education and Kia Kimhag, University Lecturer in Education and international coordinator at the department of Education, Gävle University of Sweden offers early years students a wider opportunity of learning.
This study explored how Cypriot nursery teachers simplified some quite sophisticated physical science concepts by using visual materials with their children.