Teamwork for Community Services: Early Childhood Education


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Teamwork for Community Services: Early Childhood Education
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It is a given that interprofessional teamwork is augmented by the use of thoughtful communication practices, but in some fields, it is even more important. In the professional context of Early Childhood Education (ECE), team management of children and their learning environment is becoming more common. For the most part, this is due to increased complexity in the classroom which is connected to integration of children with special needs, English as a Second Language students, and new policy frameworks extending the responsibilities of teachers within early learning environments, such as the introduction of full-day kindergarten in many regions of the country. All of...
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