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How To Build A Superstar CNC Team

Building a superstar CNC team can be challenging but extremely rewarding. A CNC team that comes in every day happy and motivated makes a huge difference to how your program operates. But working in child care can be tough, which makes a tight-knit team that is on the same page regarding mission and values so key. It all starts with remembering that we are all human and tapping into that. Here are some foolproof ways to build a great CNC team!

10 Questions To Ask When Hiring Early Childhood Educators

Finding and keeping quality CNC staff can be tough! Hiring and managing a team is one of the most challenging parts of running a CNC program. The interview is an opportunity to set the stage for a good working relationship and really get to know the candidates. Here are 10 questions you should ask when hiring early childhood educators for your CNC program.

Well Beings Forms and Checklists: Your Guide to Health in CNC

Well Beings is the leading Canadian resource that promotes safe and healthy practices in child care settings - and the Canadian Paediatric Society has made some of the forms and checklists from Well Beings even easier to use! As you start back into your program this month, take a moment to review these Well Beings forms and checklists to ensure you're off to a healthy start.

CNC in Action: Inspiring Care Beyond CNC

For years, Opal Robinson, has been caring for children who are new to Canada. However, it was her own travels abroad that transformed her work with children—both within and beyond the CNC program. Read more....

How-to-Video: 5 Steps for Brain-Building Serve & Return

Did you know that you can help build a child’s brain – starting even before babies can talk? Simple serve and return interactions between adults and young children help make strong connections in developing brains. And, it’s easy and fun to do! This how-to video from the Harvard Center on the Developing Child breaks down serve and return into 5 simple steps and features adults and young children doing each step together.
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