Leadership and Management in Early Years
• Introduction 2
• Aims 2
• Objectives 3
• Personal Skills 4
• Questionnaires 4
• Learning Styles 5
• Time management 5-6
• Presentation 7
• Feedbacks 7
• Area for developments 8
• Action plan 8
• conclusion 8
• Bibliography 9
• App. 1. Belbin’s table of nine team role 10
• App.2. Feedback from colleagues questionnaire 11-20
• App.3. Learning style questionnaire 21- 23
• App.4. Organisation & time management 24-25
• App.5. Mine tools Questionnaire 26-29
• App.6. Tutor feedback 30-31
• App.7. Peers feedbacks 32-42
Reflective report on your progress in development of skills for the course, (including information from formative assessment); using feedback from tutors, peers and colleagues.
Deciding to go back to university was a big decision for me and it has had a big impact on my life. It involved changes to my routine, and it means that my time cannot be devoted to family and friend, or to other things that I really like doing. But I really want to achieve something and this involves some changes and sacrifices, and I am ready for the challenges that await them.
According to Cottrell (2011), students should developed critical thinking skills. That improves their attention and observation and help them to priorities their goals and manage their time efficiently.
• My most important aim is to identify how to manage my time so I can succeed my work, and study and manage my family demands efficiently. According to O’Hara (1998), I’ll need to identify how to study and to allocate
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