Etiology/Neurobiology: Critically assess any theories as to the cause of the disorder.

Etiology/Neurobiology: Critically assess any theories as to the cause of the disorder. This can include social, genetic, or psychological explanations. Be sure to discuss any neurobiological explanations of the disorder.

Discuss any controversies related to the diagnosis (e.g. ethical issues), what you see as future needs related to treatment and research on the disorder, and what it is important for social workers to know.

What are the social, political, historical and cultural constructs of leadership?

The field of early learning and child care is emerging into the public conversation. It is an exciting time to be considering leadership and your own voice as a leader. Ideas of leadership are constructed within social, political, historical and cultural contexts. Thus, our beliefs about leadership emerge from our own social locations. As an entry point into thinking you have an opportunity to broadly explore ideas of leadership. For this paper you will research and consider the literature on leadership as well as reflect on your own approaches to leadership.

What are the social, political, historical and cultural constructs of leadership?

What does literature discuss about leadership?

What does leadership mean in the context of early learning?

What is your relationship to leadership?

What are your compelling questions about leadership in the context of early learning? What are your beliefs?