Wednesday, January 7, 2015
Organizational Skills are Good for the Mind
This time of year, most everyone can stand to do a little organizing in some area of their lives. Whether or not you need a major New Year's resolution to keep you on track, surely there is something (desk drawers, computer files, email inbox, daily schedule, pantry, closet, etc., etc) that will make your life easier and less stressful if you can just get it organized! Don't worry, the point here is not to lecture you or make you feel guilty or unworthy because of that cluttered closet. As an early childhood educator you should recognize the important role organizational skills play in healthy cognitive development. For more information on organization in early child care, read CCEI's January Newsletter!