early childhood education

Reggio Emilia children are free to choose from a variety of activities prepared by the teacher. These activities often emerge from the children’s interests
A.Montessori curriculum
B.Learner-directed curriculum
C.congitively oriented curriculum
d. direct instruction curriculum
e. development interaction curriculm
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