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Video Policy [M]atters Episode 5
How and why the field has arrived at the topic of “professionalization.”
http://ow.ly/ZrtN302tuVE
Policy [M]atters: Episode 5. Professionalizing the Early Childhood Education Field: What Does it Mean and Why Does it Matter? In episode 5 of Policy [M]atters, author Stacie Goffin offers context on how and why the field has arrived at the topic of “professionalization.
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Is Your Parent Engagement Authentic or Compliant? http://ow.ly/bIOP301fEDC via Education Week
Communication between schools and parents can sometimes be very one-sided, which makes it more compliant engagement than authentic. There are at least 5 things to think about when it comes to parental engagement to make it mo...
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NAEYC Institute: Explore with us on Tuesday #NAEYCinst
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New blog post by Bonkers Beat Music & Wellbeing in Australia. The Importance of Leadership http://ow.ly/ofhR300QJX4
Leadership – it’s a natural skill for some, can be learned by most and is so important for the effectiveness of any team. I recently returned from the USA and attended the Leadership Connections – National Leadership Conference. This event, run by the McCormick Centre for Early Childhood Leadership, specialises in bringing together leaders in early childhood education to inspire ...
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Join us for this year's Tech Institute. Learn about video, capturing, editing and ultimatly sharing from Giovanni Arroyo the McCormick Center's Media Specialist.
2 days of interactive training. Learn more at http://ow.ly/JrW8300v2Zl
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Attending the QRIS National Meeting? Don't miss presentations by McCormick Center Staff. Click the link: http://ow.ly/N4Kt302aOlb
Wednesday, July 13 10:15 a.m. - 11:45 a.m.. Grand Salon 22 (1st floor) Supporting Effective Teaching and Learning: The Lead Learn Excel Process Instructional leadership and job-embedded professional development are proven drivers for achieving instructional excellence in the classroom.
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4 Key Questions to Ask Before Having a Hard Conversation http://ow.ly/caAi301dod3 #LCNC16 #wholeleadership
4 Key Questions to Ask Before Having a Hard Conversation. Jennifer Abrams' Leadership Connections 2016 keynote struck a chord. Everyone, it seemed, connected to her message on hard conversations. That praise has been echoed throughout attendee feedback via the post-conference survey.
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Research request: Participate by completing and sharing this survey http://ow.ly/w3mQ300XXai
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The idea of #wholeleadership is still under construction. Watch the video we debuted at the #LCNC16 opening lunch. https://youtu.be/yE-CrdmOwBY
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How to document teaching and learning to market your program http://eepurl.com/b3ak05 #ECEtech
Session take-aways. DAY 1. CAPTURING VIDEO How do you effectively capture a video? We'll explore how to choose a camera, organize your video, prepare a video plan, optimize your audio, stabilize your camera, and much more. DAY 2. EDITING AND SHARING After capturing the best video possible, ...
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New Research Available on Qualifications of Head Start Administrators
New Research Available on Qualifications of Head Start Administrators. The McCormick Center is releasing new workforce data on the qualifications of Head Start and Early Head Start administrators at the grantee and site levels. These findings are important since little is known about the ...
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The 16th annual Leadership Connections™ national conference brought together more than 600 early childhood leaders, who heard inspiring keynote speakers, took part in an engaging public policy foru…
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The McCormick Center for Early Childhood Leadership is dedicated to enhancing the management skills, professional orientation, and leadership capacity of early childhood administrators. The activities of the Center encompass four areas: training and technical assistance, program evaluation, research, and public awareness. Read more about why leadership matters in early childhood education »
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