The Delaware Institute for Excellence in Early Childhood created a monthly newsletter just for you! Get the latest news and updates, professional experience opportunities, resources, and our special Voices from the Field feature which spotlights early child care professionals throughout Delaware.
Welcome to summer! We understand that summer presents a new set of circumstances with more time outside, field trips, and in many cases, a change of routine for your families. To this end, check out our social media content and Coach’s Corner, our monthly blog, for helpful summer safety tips.
In our “Voices from the Field” series, we feature an early childhood educator who took advantage of the nice weather to host a picnic for families as the first step in her community engagement strategy. Continue here.
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Welcome to a special issue of REACH dedicated to provider appreciation. Although May 6 is officially Provider Appreciation Day, we’re celebrating you the entire month because of your impact and tireless commitment to your work. We kick off the month with an opportunity for you to nominate the early childhood educator of the year. Continue here.
April kicks off an important couple of months for the early childhood community. This week, DIEEC is celebrating the “Week of the Young Child’, NAEYC’s initiative that designates a week to celebrate early learning, young children, their teachers, families, and communities. Continue here.
Happy spring, everyone! With February being a short month, we’re back quickly with our monthly newsletter. There aren’t enough days in the year to showcase the great work you are doing; however, this month, we feature another great program in our “Voices from the Field” series. Bayhealth Child Care & Learning Center in Dover, Del. is committed to serving young children and elevating the importance of early childhood in the community. Continue here.
Our editorial theme for February is legacy. We asked several of our early childhood professionals what legacy meant to them. Their feedback is inspiring. Our field is defined by individuals who do this work because they are passionate about caring for and educating young children. And because of this investment, the field’s impact can transcend generations. Continue here.
Happy New Year! I hope 2022 holds the promise of happiness and health for you and the children you serve. As we welcome the new year, we are excited at DIEEC to be offering new opportunities for the early childhood professional. Now is the time to get your CDA credential – there are resources available to support you in every step of the process. Check out the article in this issue for more details. Continue here.