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The NEL Curriculum takes into account current educational developments and research findings in Early Childhood Education. Click on the following icons to find out more!


Singapore Kindergarten Impact Project (SKIP)

The Singapore Kindergarten Impact Project (SKIP) is a 3 year longitudinal study (from K1 to P1) examining how the home and classroom environment impact on children's learning and development. One particular focus is the quality of teacher-child interactions and how these facilitate children's holistic development. The objective of the research is to support the government's goal of formulating and evaluating strategies to raise the overall quality of preschool education in Singapore

bullet-red.pngMatching Emotions and Social and Emotional Difficulties

Motor Skills, Self-Regulation and Early Academic Skills
 bullet-yellow.pngProfessional Development Priorities of EC Educators

icon-green.pngQuestioning in Teaching – Are All Questions Alike?

icon-red.pngTeacher-Child Interactions during Mealtimes

icon-blue.pngFacilitating Social and Emotional Development in Early Childhood Classrooms
  NEW!icon-yellow.pngFacilitating Social and Emotional Learning through Outdoor Play 
  NEW!icon-green.pngFacilitating Discovery and Learning in the Garden