Establishing Best Practices for Early Childhood Education and Welfare
Watch NET explore how the University of Nebraska at Omaha and the College of Education have chosen to focus on Early Childhood Education and Child Welfare as a campus priority—identifying new research methods, best practices and skills for preparing UNO students to help children learn from birth through eight years.
A powerful vehicle for children's learning is the skill of play. It's through play that children learn how to problem solve, self-regulate and develop relationships. Through a collaboration with all four University of Nebraska campuses and the Buffett Early Childhood Institute (BECI), UNO students are placed at the heart of the most relevant real-world experiences to work with young children.
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