Clarifies for the first time what contemporary early childhood practitioners and leaders need to know in order to manage early childhood services in a professional way. The text explores leadership concepts in an integrated manner. Authors are from the University of South Australia, a the University of Melbourne.Research reviewed by Epstein and Sanders (1998) shows that family participation in school-based activities varies according to ... For instance, mothers were more active than fathers overall, and the level of direct involvement declined as children moved ... It was also clear that the onus was on the school to reach out to families and establish effective partnership practices: ... Staff need to acquire appropriate skills to learn how to engage families and communities in childrena#39;s services.
|Title||:||Early Childhood Professionals|
|Author||:||Marjory Ebbeck, Manjula Waniganayake|
|Publisher||:||Elsevier Australia - 2002-06-15|