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    Please provide some specific examples/steps that as s a director of an early childcare program who is planning on making a curriculum change; how can teacher morale and time commitments be sustained during the time of change?

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    Please provide some specific examples/steps that as s a director of an early childcare program who is planning on making a curriculum change; how can teacher morale and time commintments be sustained during the time of change?

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    I have also attached this in word docs. Both Word 2003 and 2007 (Doc and Docx). Hope this helps get you started.

    Change in any organization is difficult at best and in an educational institution, it isn't any easier. Teachers may feel that they cannot handle change; they may feel inadequate, alone, scared and overwhelmed. Keeping morale up and keeping time commitments is an important aspect to implementing change.
    How you implement change is just as important. As an educational leader, you will not want to implement a directive change, i.e. order them to do it. Participative change is the most beneficial to ensuring an easier change. Formal and informal leaders need to work ...

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