Introduction: (approximately 800 words)
In this section, discuss the importance of issues of global leadership and sustainable futures in Early childhood education care
• Context for the project:
Briefly describe the workplace context and the community in which the service operates. Discuss the impetus for the project that includes a discussion of the conditions/events that you consider bring about a need for change and have subsequently led to the project. For instance, Gibson (as cited in Davis, 2015, pp. 55-62) identifies conditions for change that led to the Sustainable Planet Project. Other conditions may include ideas or issues raised by yourself, other staff, parents, children or community members that relate to the development of a project for sustainability. Draw on the research literature (the texts and other readings) to identify and discuss key aspects of pedagogical leadership in the development of your project.
• Outline of the project:
In this section describe the project, what you hope to achieve and how you will go about implementing the project using pedagogical leadership or other relevant leadership
approaches from the subject readings. Refer to relevant subject readings to inform and support your plan and goals for the project.
Identify any barriers you may have encountered along the way and explain how you have managed them. Support your explanations with reference to the subject readings (refer to the pedagogical leadership literature).
• Preliminary outcomes of the project:
Discuss the project that you have implemented to date and any practical mini projects that may have resulted from the project. This could be represented as a diagram if needed. Link your outcomes with the EYLF and draw on other sources to inform and support your discussion (the sustainability literature, leadership literature).
• Future possibilities:
Reflect and evaluate the project to date and provide a brief discussion about future plans for the continuation of the project, including changes and modification made along the way. Draw on the subject readings to inform and support your discussion.
• Reference list