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Saša Milić ; Filozofski fakultet u Nikšiću, Nikšić, Crna Gora

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The creative curriculum is theoretically based on the pedagogic and psychological views of Maslow, Erikson, Piaget, Vygotsky, Gardner and Smilansky. The creative curriculum programme was developed in the USA, and is intended for work with preschoolers and junior primary schoolers. The programme tackles the key elements of the educational process, such as the specificity of a child’s development and process of learning, individualised teaching, continued and comprehensive monitoring and evaluation of children’s progress, and the role of both teacher and family in children’s development. The creative curriculum sets forth from the fact that the process of learning during kindergarten and the junior years of primary school abounds with contradictions – dynamic, active, rather unpredictable and full of surprises on the one hand, yet sometimes very quiet and reflective on the other. These contradictions require a wide range of teaching strategies – how to introduce children into the learning process, how to expand and increase learning, and how to establish a relationship between similar learning situations and thus help children to create a system of knowledge.

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curriculum, developmental domains, interactive teaching, learning processes, learning styles, temperament, content of education, teacher, family

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