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Professionalism in Early Childhood Education: Doing Our Best for Young…

by Stephanie Feeney

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Investigate what it means to be an early childhood professional and acquire the knowledge, skills and traits exemplary early childhood educators possess!


Written for those entering the field or striving to grow within the profession, early child care authority and author, Dr. Stephanie Feeney helps readers understand the nature of the profession, what it means to behave in a professional way, and where they stand in their own professional journey. She devotes chapters to moral and technical competence and explains what the terms profession and professional mean. Complete with self-assessments and first-hand accounts, Dr. Feeney guides readers in understanding what it means to be an educator who embodies the highest standards of professionalism in their work with children, families and colleagues.



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Explores the topic of professionalism—examines what constitutes a profession, the professional status of ECE and issues related to professionalism in ECE.
Discusses  what professionalism looks like in the early childhood field (Chapter 4)—includes discussion of the knowledge and skills, or what those who work with young children should know and be able to do. 
Addresses  professional behavior (chapter 5)—features discussion of professional conduct, doing what is right, including ethical behavior
Showcases exemplars in the field and provide guidance to aspiring early childhood professionals (chapter 6)—draws on the experiences of outstanding early childhood educators and illustrates ways to best serve young children.
Includes reflection questions and self-assessments—helps readers examine their own practice and work toward a higher level of professionalism.

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