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Francis, I love your comment! It is difficult to measure love even though we shouldn't be doing things just for measurements. Good thought!
Joyce, thank you for your comment and insight on this topic.
-Tiffany at Exchange
While I totally agree with this view, I bet you can't find love in any state early childhood standards, or NAEYC curriculum guides and plans. After all, love is not measurable!
We have moved so far away from our roots when it comes to what we should be doing. The central tenants of our field are love and human relationships; not curricular, standards, accountability, and assessment!
Love this concept. I'm wondering about resources for accomplishing this. I can think of several but the word "love" isn't included in the why's of using specific strategies such as the Pyramid. Are we afraid of talking specifically about love?