Early Childhood Education: Administrator Competencies

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Administrator Competencies

The NAEYC document,Program Administrator Definition and Competencies, states that “the core competencies needed for effective early childhood program administration fall into two broad categories: management knowledge and skills and early childhood knowledge and skills.  These are not discrete categories; they overlap conceptually and practically” (National Association for the Education of Young Children, 2007).

Focusing on that last sentence, “they overlap conceptually and practically,” identify one of the given skills from each of the two broad categories.  Briefly summarize your choices. Present an example, scenario, or case study that demonstrates how your (my) chosen management knowledge and skill might overlap on a conceptual and practical level with your (my) chosen early childhood knowledge and skill.

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