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Copy of Developing Early Childhood Leaders

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Christina Peterson

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Transcript of Copy of Developing Early Childhood Leaders

Current systems of Support
Leading the Way
1658 - John Amos Comenius
The 1900's
1926 - National Association for Nursery Education (NANE)
1980's into 21st Century
1982 - National Association for Family Day Care
We Strongly Suggest
North Carolina Child Care Coalition
Current Systems of Support
Program Administration Scale (PAS)
Business Administration Scale (BAS)
Leaders Collaborative
In North Carolina, the early education industry:
Includes 9,200 regulated child care and early education establishments (small businesses)
Employs 46,000 in regulated programs
Serves 337,000 children
Generates $1.5 billion in gross receipts
Gross receipts are higher than those in these industries: wholesale leaf tobacco, scientific research and development, and cellular and wireless communications.
The industry employs more people than public elementary school teaching, computer and electronic manufacturing, hotel accommodations and telecommunications; it is similar to all building construction in the state
Ways Various Stakeholders may be Impacted
Institutions of higher learning, community members/leaders, families, government and local entities
Coordinate strategies
Leaders will need to involve parents and other stakeholders
Focusing resources on professional development
Affordable, accessible programs are needed
It is a wise investment and economically important
Implications for Organizations
Opportunities within job setting, institutions of higher learning, government agencies and non-profit agencies
Support and practice the philosophy of investing in professional development
Reflective practice and learned skill implementation
Developing Early Childhood Leaders
Presented By:
Teri Brooks, Barbi Brown,
Stefanie Hunter, Danielle Johnson,
Pebbles Lucas, & Christina Peterson

1762 - Jean-Jacques Roussueau
1801 - Johann Pestalozzi
1837 - Friedrich Froebel
1907 - Maria Montessori
1964 - National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC)
1974 - Child Care Services Association(CCSA)
Late 1970's - Associates In Human Development, Inc.
1985 - McCormick Center for Early Childhood Leadership
1985 - National Academy of Early Childhood Programs
1987 - Child Care Aware
1991 - T.E.A.C.H.
1998 - National Association of Child Care Professionals
1999 - WAGES
2012 - Association of Early Learning Leaders
Orbis Sensualium Pictus
KINDERGARTEN
The Montessori Method of Education
All aspects of the administration and management of a child care center
Materials created specifically for topics pertaining to the child care industry
Educational Seminars
Lifting Voices
Child Care Aware
of America
North Carolina Director's
Leadership Academy
A Statewide Association
of
Early Care and Education Advocates
Phase 1
Offered a mix of online and in-person training sessions to over 100 certified early educators
Phase II
Free webinar only series available to new ECC applicants only
Phase III
A two-part series offered in designated areas in partnership with local organizations
Phase IV
Presentations, statewide forum, partner discussions, network outreach and dissemination of resources tool development to support the use of resources to increase understanding of public policy and how early educators can get involved
Options for Leading Change In the Future
Advocate
Support Work
Capacity Building
Relationship Building
State Leadership Training
Local Level Career Development System
Social Policy Campaigns
1. Raise the awareness and concern of the public.
2. Increase the saliency of the issue, and explain it's values.
3. Activate People!
Invest in High Quality Care
$1.oo saves taxpayers $13.00
Focus Resources of Professional Development
Affordable and Accessible Child Care Programs
Support with Economic Development Funding
Develop the Skill Base
Consider Multiple Funding Streams
Rousseau
Pestalozzi
Froebel
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