Relationships in Early Childhood: Leadership Methodology and the Five Faces of Leadership

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Relationships in Early Childhood: Leadership Methodology and the Five Faces of Leadership
Early childhood education is the most important facet of the entire educational process. The landmark Abecaderian study, performed by researchers at the University of North Carolina established that “important, long-lasting benefits were associated with the early childhood program” (UNC, 1999, para. 7). Essentially, by providing young minds with critical skills during formative years, future gains are far more likely. Yet education doesn’t automatically happen. Curriculum must be developed and implemented by instructors that are well prepared, but this is only a small part of the entire process.
A key participant in the educational process during...
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..... the education process, early childhood.
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Early Learning, Later Success The Abecaderian Story. (n.d.). Retrieved September 21, 2009, from www.fpg.unc.edu/~abc/ells-04.pdf
Katz, L. (1977). Talks with teachers: Reflections on early childhood education. washinton, D. C.: National Association For The Education Of Young Children.
Testimony Before the Subcommittee on Labor, Health and Human Services, Education and Related Agencies on the Head Start Program in the Department of Heal. (2009, March 18). Retrieved September 24, 2009, from appropriations.house.gov/witness_testimony/lhhs/HelenBlank.pdf