Connecting with your inner leader in the field of early childhood education [Webinar]

In this webinar we were welcomed by Kathleen Gomes, educator and founder of Kathleen Gomes Educational Consulting. Kathleen will be joined us to discuss how early childhood educators can connect with their inner leader to create the most impact in the classroom. She will explored the powerful role that ECE’s have, and how they can lead and cultivate impactful change in the classroom through advocacy initiatives, business opportunities, and learning how to tap into your ‘zone of genius’. If you are a passionate early childhood professional looking to further your impact, this webinar is for you! Keep reading to access the slides and the recording!

🎤Our Special Guests:

Kathleen Gomes- RECE & Founder of Kathleen Gomes Educational Consulting!

I am a RECE and EA with the school board with over 14 years’ experience. I recently started my online business facilitating workshops and webinars for educators and now I ready for the next step in public speaking and advocating. I have experience leading workshops for parents on mathematics in the learning environment, and literacy in the early years. I have organized leadership and advocacy events to create awareness about the role of an RECE.As much as I enjoy working with children and seeing their growth while they are in my care, I am also passionate about parent involvement, creating rapports with families from day one, and educating families on the Kindergarten Program and what my role is.

🧪Key Learning Outcomes from Kathleen!

  • Being a leader means trusting yourself and your intuition. You advocate for yourself and those in your care, even when it feels like you are the only one.
  • Taking a leadership role as an early childhood educator can look like; keeping colleagues informed about important issues, sharing articles and resources, hosting regular staff meetings and staff socials, getting involved with the community
  • Tapping into your zone of genius means tapping into what excites you and what you are passionate about.
  • Reflect on what excites you both inside and outside of the classroom. Once you connect to your passion the opportunities are endless.
  • Tapping into your zone of genius will help you build rich and authentic learning experiences for children.

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Maddie Hutchison

Maddie is a Registered Early Childhood Educator with a Master's in Early Childhood Studies. Her specialty is in Children's Rights and she is currently a Customer Advocacy Specialist for HiMama!

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