Early childhood educators are resources to children, parents within their individual communities. Now, technology provides human resources to individuals in this profession, accustomed to isolation from adult professional discussion. The web pages listed below provide links to other early childhood caregivers, educators and students so we can be active resources to each other.
The professional organizations listed below represent the profession of early chilhood education and caregiving as a whole and are active in collecting and distributing research, theory, practice strategies, public policy information, etc. A click on the name of the organization brings you into the conversation.
ACEI Home Page NAEYC Home Page National Child Rights Alliance NSCC Early Childhood Education National Child Care Information Center Home Page
Internet conversations provide companionship with other nurturers, caregivers, students and educators, as well as opportunity to share your questions, answers, strategies, and solutions with others. A click on the name of the internet site brings you into the conversation - either as a listener or as a speaker.
The web sites listed below provide access to information and discussion on a variety of specific topic areas that may be of interest to early childhood educators and caregivers.
Baby Net Home Page Census Bureau - What Does It Cost to Mind Our Preschoolers? Census Bureau - Child Care Tables Census Bureau - Child Care Costs Assistive Technology and Early Childhood Tribal Child Care Resource Directory ERIC Clearinghouse on Elementary and Early Childhood Education Welcome to the DeweyWeb NASA K-12 Internet Initiative: Grant Information SAMI - Mini Grants, Information and Freebies
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