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Pamela Winton

The driving force behind the content and specific personnel preparation activities is the basic question, “What do we need to know and do to improve the outcomes for all young children?” Winton, P. J. (2000). Early Childhood Intervention Personnel Preparation. Topics in Early Childhood Special Education20(2), 87.
 It seems that the more I know, the more I don’t know. The key is learning from parents. The only condition under which the term parent education should be reinstated is the new definition suggested earlier–that is, the role that parents play in educating professionals. Winton, P. J., Sloop, S., & Rodriguez, P. (1999). Parent education: a term whose time is past. Topics in Early Childhood Special Education19(3), 157–161.

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