Glebuvienė, Vitolda Sofija; Jonilienė, Marija; Monkevičienė, Ona; Montvilaitė, Sigita; Stankevičienė, Kristina; Tarasonienė, Aldona Lucija
September 2009
Pedagogy Studies / Pedagogika;2009, Issue 95, p167
Academic Journal
The article discusses urgent problems of preschool education in Lithuania: the variety in young children education programmes and education organisation order, change in pre-school education and possibilities for its development. Having decentralised pre-school education and development of pre-school education programmes, there occur possibilities for a more intensive change in children education programmes. The article discusses the goals and content structure of programmes developed by pre-school education institutions and points out how alternative pre-school education systems and trends, children needs and priority areas of education are reflected in the programmes of different institutions. The variety in order of pre-school education organisation is also discussed and possibilities for expansion of pre-school education organisation order are discussed.


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