- Children learn by being actively engaged in and reflecting on their learning.
- Children learn by building on what they already know.
- Children develop higher-order thinking through guidance at critical points in the learning process.
- Children have diferent ways and modes of learning.
- Children learn through social interaction with others.
- Children learn through insturction and experience in accord with their cognitive development.
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