L’approche piklérienne et la qualité éducative auprès d’enfants de 0 à 3 ans en contexte de services de garde : état des connaissances
Educational childcare services play a key role in children's development (OECD, 2019). However, the state of knowledge is more limited concerning children from 0 to 3 years old. It therefore appears relevant to study the educational quality offered to them. As the Piklerian approach is interested in children from 0 to 3 years old and has been adopted by SGÉEs in Quebec, this article presents a targeted review of the literature on this pedagogical approach. Three study themes emerge: the quality of interactions, the knowledge, perceptions and beliefs of educators, and the privileged relationship between educator and child. Although these studies tackle educational quality in a fragmented way, the results suggest that certain elements could contribute to enhancing educational quality in ESMS. However, more in-depth studies of educational quality in the context of this pedagogical approach are essential.
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