When I think of Research

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As I have gone through this journey into research I have learned that there is still so much more to learn. I feel that my life is a continuous journey into the early childhood field and I hope to always consider it a journey. We never know everything about any certain topic in in this ever changing world  early childhood is  changing from day to day. So I always want to stay abreast of the current issues and research in this ever changing field. My students and families deserve the best educational experience I can give them and that comes from my journey in the early childhood field.

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My simulation is important to the field of early childhood because many young children are malnourished and it affects their mental decision making skills and their developmental growth in learning. So this research is an essential element in learning what we as a nation can do to help alleviate hunger and malnutrition starting with our young children.

 

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If I were to conduct my simulation proposal young children and their families, policy makers, communities, head start and daycare centers, and health care organizations would benefit from my research. This is because there is a need for research on nutrition and the lack thereof in young children and why this is taking place.

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I just want to take this opportunity to thank my fellow colleagues for being here to support and give insight throughout this eight weeks. Your comments have been uplifting and respectful and I have gained a wealth of knowledge from each of your posts this semester. I wish you all the best, and hope your next eight weeks are amazing!

 

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We worry about what a child will become tomorrow, yet we forget that he is someone today.”
– Stacia Tauscher

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“Experts tell us that 90% of all brain development occurs by the age of five. If we don’t begin thinking about education in the early years, our children are at risk of falling behind by the time they start Kindergarten.”
– Robert. L. Ehrlich

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I thank each of you for being wonderful examples and for sharing a wealth of knowledge and insight in this course. You are all amazing!

Your fellow colleague,

Tammy

 

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