Saturday, January 28, 2012

    Website: Zero To Three
  •  What specific section(s) or information seemed particularly relevant to your current professional development?
    • Behavior & Development
    • Care & Education
  • Which ideas/statements/resources, either on the website or in an e-newsletter, did you find controversial or made you think about an issue in new ways?
    • I did not find anything controversial, but there is a section of public policy.  It provides information on how to influence public policy.  I had never thought I could make a difference, but the website shows you how you can help.
  • What information does the website or the e-newsletter contain that adds to your understanding of how economists, neuroscientists, or politicians support the early childhood field?
    •   The website contains information on the importance of and the impact of the first three years of life.  Economists, neuroscientists, and politicians can use this information to support the early childhood field.
  • What other new insights about issues and trends in the early childhood field did you gain from exploring the website or e-newsletter?
    • I learned more about the maltreatment of children and the effects this has on their development. 

2 comments:

tmoruri said...

Christine zero to three is another one of my valuable resources. I often share their download of the week with my staff. Sadly I never paid attention to the policy network. Thanks for sharing.

Cari B said...

Christine-

I like the new bullet format you are using :) That way you don't miss anything! I shared in the discussion about CTs Birth To Three program but I think zero to three must be a little different. I would like to know how to change policies as well so maybe I'll check it out! Thanks!