Power to the Profession gives early educators an opportunity to contribute to a comprehensive set of the guidelines that advance their livelihoods and improve their lives. The task force will meet and develop draft recommendations on the core components of a unified early childhood psychological development of the child in preschool age in a series of Decision Cycles, which then be shared with the public for feedback. The task force will revise the drafts to reflect feedback from the public and will finalize the components by consensus vote.
Decision Cycle 1: Professional Identity and Boundary. Decision Cycle 3, 4, 5: Specializations, Competency Attainment Source and Qualifications and Pathways. NEA will continue to post P2P updates, drafts, and surveys. NEA members can also sign up here to receive updates that include opportunities to be a part of the conversation. The value of play and its place in public school classrooms has long been debated.
For years, kindergarten teachers have fought to maintain classrooms that include learning centers, free play, and outdoor recess to support student learning. Investigates how teachers’ utilized play based methods in teaching academic learning standards. The Importance of Outdoor Play for Young Children’s Healthy Development. Physical Activity, Self-Regulation, and Early Academic Achievement in Preschool Children. The Answer Is Readiness Now What Is the Question? Early Education and Development – EARLY EDUC DEV.