An On-Site Mentoring Positive Interaction Training for Early Childhood Professionals Working with Children Ages 3-6: A Proposed Mentor Positive Interaction Manual
Date of Award
Master of Arts in Education
Early Childhood Education
early childhood education, mentoring, teacher training
Training preschool and kindergarten professionals is important in improving the overall quality care in early childhood. Developing an on-site mentor positive interaction program can enhance teacher-child interactions, which allows early childhood professionals to learn how to incorporate numerous language stimulation techniques and child-initiative approaches in the classroom. This capstone examines the need to develop an on-site mentor positive interaction program that will provide early childhood professionals with more opportunities to increase their overall interactions in the classroom. This project is a handbook that demonstrates how to incorporate a mentor/mentee program in the preschool and kindergarten programs.
Recommended CitationSoby, D. (2007). An On-Site Mentoring Positive Interaction Training for Early Childhood Professionals Working with Children Ages 3-6: A Proposed Mentor Positive Interaction Manual (Thesis, Concordia University, St. Paul). Retrieved from https://digitalcommons.csp.edu/legacy-capstones_maed/275
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