In an article in Developing People (part of the Art of Leadership series), Marcy Whitebook and Dan Bellm offer a set of core principles to use when mentoring early childhood teachers. Here are a few:
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Mentors are important, Agreed. Could use greater explication of the many ways in which mentors are the same and different than supervisors.
Great article to read. Do you think that first of all, we should be engaging with children to see how they view things at an early age? A matter of developing a somewhat good understanding of children.