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Revista Latinoamericana de Ciencias Sociales, Niñez y Juventud

versão impressa ISSN 1692-715X
versão On-line ISSN 2027-7679


EMING YOUNG, Mary  e  FUJIMOTO-GOMEZ, Gaby. Desarrollo Infantil Temprano: lecciones de los programas no formales. Rev.latinoam.cienc.soc.niñez juv [online]. 2003, vol.1, n.1, pp.85-123. ISSN 1692-715X.

The article begins mentioning the support from science to the knowledge of human development. The work of Shonkoff/Phillips it is synthesized about the subject; It is highlighted the importance of the early experience, and its interaction with the biology for the development of the brain. Later on, it is entered in the early infant development, and its meaning of the posterior results of the child. Some factors are showed up as incidental for the development of the brain. This subject is entangled with the work of Shore; in which the theories of the "old" and the "new" thinking are compared. Follow up; the results of the early interventions are highlighted, putting together the subject of the development of the brain. It is enlarged in the chapter of social competence; in which the statistical numbers are presented to show part of the hypothesis. Afterwards, it is proposed the linking between the research and the programs. All it is based on the unpublished work of Kirpal. Some learned lessons are listed, with emphasis on the need of the community to participate, in order to create sense of belonging and sustainability of the programs. Then, the subject of the civil society is treated, and its participation on the development of the programs. The virtues of the NGO's are highlighted, and the role that they can play in search of the solutions to the social problems. It is continued by the experience of the non formal programs of early education in Latin America and the Caribbean. In which the participation of the civil society it is highlighted. Later on; the principles that rule the non formal programs are detailed, where they use a matrix in which they show certain practices that correspond to certain goals. To conclude, It is reaffirmed that the early infant development it is essential for the fight against poverty.

Palavras-chave : Early infant development; Neurobiology; ocial Sciences; Early experiences; Early interventions; Development of the brain; Non formal programs; Non schooled programs; Civil Society; Community Participation.

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