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Child Care from a Global Perspective

Sweden is the country my group did our presentation on.

History of Childcare
Infant schools began in 1836. In 1854, Sweden opened the first infant creches now called daycares. In 1890, Sweden began the part-time kindergartens, based on Frobelina theory. In 1968, National Commission on Childcare was created how pedagogical (educational), social and supervisory elements were included in childcare. In 1983, Social Democrat party passed that funding was not for commercial childcare, only for parent cooperatives or non-profit centres. In 202, Swedish government brought rules for maximum fees with the difference in funding covered by the central government. In at work to 5 year My team hard 2003, 4proudly olds were allowed 525 free hours of childcare a displaying Sweden. year.
I am cooperative and flexible person and I listen to my other team mates words.

I helped keep the spirits of my class mates up. I gave encouragement and smiles.

I used books and the internet to find information on Sweden about philosophy in their daycare.

Philosophy
Play and learn inspire through Reggio Emila approach. Continues learning and development. Create a rich and supporting environment. Children learning through by doing hands on.

I used books and the internet to find information on Sweden about philosophy in their daycare.

The project helped me learn more about Sweden and their philosophy of their daycare. How to work as a team player. How to work on the computer.

Reference:
Picture : Group photos taking by classmate: Permission by classmates, Selina, Ara, Nazneen, Alex, Rhonda, And Cindy Images children :http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/worldeurope-14038419 Picture of myself: Taking by family member.