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A holistic framework for training adults who serve children

A holistic framework for training adults who serve children

The holistic nature and shared importance of childhood calls for a comprehensive approach that involves all actors across multiple sectors (Nurturing Care Framework, World Health Organization, 2018). All adults… … including caretakers, educators, health practitioners, entrepreneurs, leaders, judges, social workers, policy makers law enforcement officers, lawyers, and journalists have a role to play in protecting, caring for and serving children.

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Artificial intelligence and early childhood professionals

Artificial intelligence and early childhood professionals

Whether we like it or not, artificial intelligence is almost certainly an inevitability in the future of education. Attempts to design artificially intelligent curriculums for early childhood already exist, such as the MIT-developed “PopBots,” meant to help preschool children interact with social robots to learn AI concepts. However, as research into AI and its application to the education sector expands, we need to consider the readiness of current teachers, and prepare future teachers, for this new reality. 

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A holistic framework for training adults who serve children

A holistic framework for training adults who serve children

The holistic nature and shared importance of childhood calls for a comprehensive approach that involves all actors across multiple sectors (Nurturing Care Framework, World Health Organization, 2018). All adults… … including caretakers, educators, health practitioners, entrepreneurs, leaders, judges, social workers, policy makers law enforcement officers, lawyers, and journalists have a role to play in protecting, caring for and serving children.

read more
Artificial intelligence and early childhood professionals

Artificial intelligence and early childhood professionals

Whether we like it or not, artificial intelligence is almost certainly an inevitability in the future of education. Attempts to design artificially intelligent curriculums for early childhood already exist, such as the MIT-developed “PopBots,” meant to help preschool children interact with social robots to learn AI concepts. However, as research into AI and its application to the education sector expands, we need to consider the readiness of current teachers, and prepare future teachers, for this new reality. 

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