Wednesday, April 4, 2012

New Direction

For the forseeable future there will be no posts relating to my current work. All efforts will be made to continue the promotions of the positive aspects of having males work in early childhood education and care. There may even be a few more guest posts by some very highly respected bloggers, other males working with children and fellow professionals who have something worthwhile to contribute.

I'll begin this new chapter by sharing a relatively new group of male early childhood students at the University of South Australia on facebook known as The MENtor Program. As this is a closed group you will need to be invited to join, but they are keen for new members, especially from guys already in the industry to offer support to these students. Why not drop by & request an invite.

9 comments:

  1. That's a great shame, Greg. But then on the other hand, I know you have a lot more to offer us from a unique perspective. We can all write about what happened at work today if we put our mind to it, but you can tell us so much about what it's like to be breaking through the male version of the glass ceiling. Look out Germaine Greer, here comes Greg!

    I'm actually looking forward to seeing you get your teeth into the problem of the dearth of males in our profession. This is an opportunity to focus on that and really make a difference.

    ReplyDelete
  2. Looking forward to seeing where your blog heads, Greg. Your focus on men in early childhood is always inspiring to me. Thanks for your advocacy!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Thanks Scott, I may call on your services again if that's ok.

      Delete
  3. That's the hope Annie, to concentrate on the lack of men. Thanks for your support.
    :)

    ReplyDelete
  4. Onwards & upwards Greg, this may turn out to have been a favour in the long run, looking forward to the new direction, Kierna

    ReplyDelete
  5. Greg, thanks for the link. I have sent for an invite.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. I'm sure they'll be glad to hear from you Tom.

      Delete
  6. Good luck and best wishes for your new concept

    ReplyDelete