HiMama invites voters for Early Childhood Educator of the Year Award 2016 to recognize passionate early childhood professionals
18 Nov, 2016 - HiMama extended an invitation for nominations totheir annual Early Childhood EducatorAwardsto recognize the service, leadership, professionalism and passion of early childhood care professionals. Nominations for the Early Childhood Educatorof the Year Awardrecognize Early Childhood Educators across the globe, while Early Childhood Educators in Canada and the U.S.are eligible to win the award.
Early Childhood Educators take on great responsibility and play a significant role in our society.They not only ensure the safety, health and well-being of our future generation, but also apply their experience to enhance learning and developmental outcomes forchildren during the fundamental first five years of life. Through the award, HiMama aims to increase the visibility of the early childhood education profession withpowerful and inspiring personal stories. To-date, over 100 stories have been shared on the HiMama website and over 10,000 votes have been cast in recognition of the nominees.
According to the HiMama Early Childhood Educator of the Year 2016 site, “The ECE of the Year Award is an opportunity to showcase the invaluable impact early learning leaders, mentors, colleagues, employees, friends and peers have on our children and society as a whole.” Voting for the Early Childhood Educator of the YearAwardwill remain open untilNovember 30th, 2016. People are also encouraged to help spread the word about inspiring educators through social media and encouraging others to vote as well.
When speaking about theEarly Childhood Educator of the Year Award, HiMama’s spokesperson said that, “The Early Childhood Educator of the Year Award gives childcare and preschool educators the recognition they deserve and often don’t receive in their day-to-day work, as well as from a financial perspective, especially relative to the critical importance of their role in society.”
HiMama is a top-rated technology providerto the child care and early learning sector that specializes in offering child care software and appsthat helps teachers spend more time with childrenand less time on paperwork. Ron Spreeuwenberg and Alana Frome, the Co-Founders of HiMama, are passionate about innovation in early childhood education through progressive technologies that benefit all stakeholders including teachers, families and, most importantly, the children themselves.
HiMama enables Early Childhood Educators to record activities and learning observations, as well as send daily reports to parents using mobile tablet devices. The app is a big time saver, as it helps with instant report preparation, assessments and portfolios while helping teachers communicate with the parents in a way that builds stronger partnerships. Importantly, their app is an easy to use tool that can be operated efficiently in a classroom.
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