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Keywords

Early childhood education -- Standards -- Iowa;

Abstract

In 2006, early learning standards were written in Iowa for children from birth to five years of age; however, very few opportunities were designed to inform early childhood personnel of the existence of lowa's early learning standards, and how they were reflected in early childhood programming. In 2008, a grant from the Iowa Department of Management was awarded to Tammy Bormann of Early Learning and Caring Resources to write a training series for early childhood personnel based on the Iowa Early Learning Standards; Welcome to the Iowa Early Learning Standards. In 2010, Tammy worked with Child Care Resource and Referral of Central Iowa to design and offer a Train-the-Trainer workshop to provide training to instructors, who contract with Child Care Resource and Referral, on how to instruct the series. This project includes the outline for that Train-the-Trainer. Welcome to the Iowa Early Learning Standards and the Train-the-Trainer workshop were guided by three underlying questions: ( 1) What are early learning standards?, (2) What is contained in the Iowa Early Learning Standards?, and (3) What is effective professional development?

Date of Award

2010

Degree Name

Master of Arts in Education

Department

Department of Curriculum and Instruction

First Advisor

Charles R. May

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Date Original

2010

Object Description

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Language

EN

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