Olga María Alegre de la Rosa

University of La Laguna

Olga María Alegre de la Rosa has a Ph.D. in Psychology and a Ph.D. in Information Sciences. She is the director of the University Study Centre for Education in Diversity. She has several national and international publications to her credit. She leads competitive research projects and supervises theses related to the field of quality and inclusion at different levels of the education system. Dr. de la Rosa has co-directed the International Journal of University Teaching and Faculty Development.

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This book reviews literature and research linked to early childhood education and care (ECEC). This educational level is fundamental for acquiring key competencies for school entry and establishing the physical, cognitive, and emotional bases for lifelong learning. Preschool education should promote student autonomy as the ability of a child to act on their own free will because it is a critical part of learning for all children. When a child has autonomy, it helps build confidence for responding to the demands of the family, self-esteem values linked to collaboration tasks, and independence in selecting reasonable choices.

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