VIEW | CQI module WRITE | ½ page summary | Here are some questions to guide your thinking: What resonated with you from the module? What questions do you still have? How does the content of the module impact the way you think about work? EMAIL | summaries to Marleen.Barrett@nl.edu by July 30.
A 20-year review of empowering early childhood administrators through leadership training While there is consensus among policymakers and practitioners about the importance of strong leadership in early childhood, few states have made leadership training a high priority in the implementation of their career development systems. Illinois stands out as a notable exception. For the past […]
Recent research in the early childhood field has revealed that, when it comes to quality in early childhood programs, one size does not fit all. The learning and development of each child is influenced by gender, race, ethnicity, language, ability, socio-economic factors, and especially family—factors that comprise each child’s unique culture.
The Real Early Learning Challenge MEETING THE NEEDS OF ALL CHILDREN | CAMILLE CATLETT Below are two resources provided during Camille Catlett’s presentation and break out session.
When it comes to quality early childhood education, leadership matters. This 70-second video considers the role of the early childhood administrator and examines why leadership and management knowledge and skills are so vital in orchestrating high-quality programming. The video also highlights the McCormick Center’s commitment to provide these leaders with resources and support. We hope […]