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Daisy Chaytor (Instructor)

Early Childhood Educators play a crucial role in a child’s development and have a significant impact on their overall well-being. They introduce children to early academic concepts, such as literacy and numeracy, and promote essential skills like problem-solving, creativity, and critical thinking. Beyond academic skills, they also play an important role in social and emotional development and shaping the lives of children as a whole. To celebrate Early Childhood Education Week, we’re be spotlighting some of the amazing faculty and student members of our ECE program.

Meet Daisy Chaytor

Her ECE journey began at a young age, with a dream of becoming an educator. She was given the opportunity to work with a wonderful group of dedicated ECEs, where she spent 7+ years of her career.
Although each ECE has a unique set of personal skills, we all have the same goal and love for children. My co-workers modeled for me the true meaning of being an Early Childhood Educator and the important role we play in child development.
Daisy explains the five core functions of an Early Childhood Educator:
  1. Providing structured, intentional learning experiences.
  2. Understanding the importance of play-based learning.
  3. Teaching fundamental skills, both academic and social.
  4. Collaborating with families and community support programs.
  5. Advocating for the needs and rights of young children.
My goal as an ECE instructor is to create a new generation of ECEs that will become great role models for children as well as for each other. A generation of ECEs that will continue to lay the groundwork for lifelong learning and development.
Thank you for all you do, Daisy!


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