Relationship-Based Early Childhood Professional Development
Leading and Learning for Equity
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Learn how to use Relationship-Based Professional Development (RBPD) strategies to foster communities of collaboration, partnership, and learning in your PreK-3 program. Packed with illustrative vignettes, checklists, and reflection questions to guide understanding, this resource helps administrators and teacher-leaders establish a cycle of inquiry to better understand each other’s common work and build more effective partnerships. Aligned with NAEYC's Power to the Profession objectives, you'll find this book filled with invaluable tools to strengthen your professional community and better support your students.
Table of Contents
1. Growing Our Own Early Childhood Education Teachers and Leaders 2. Applying Interprofessional Competencies for Early Childhood Education Professionals 3. Facilitating Learning and Inquiry in Early Childhood Education Professional Communities 4. Navigating Systems for Equitable, Inclusive and Socially Just Early Childhood Education Programs 5. Sustaining Bi-Cultural Leadership in Early Childhood Education
Marilyn Chu is Professor of Early Childhood Education at Western Washington University, USA.
Kimberly Sopher-Dunn is a Black Feminist scholar, community based activist and founding Director of Education at New Birth Center for Community Inclusion in Washington, USA.