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Angie Rosati

Angie Rosati

Professor, Early Childhood Education program

Angie is a registered Early Childhood Educator and Faculty in the Early Childhood Education programs at Sheridan College with a passion for promoting the importance of the early years to human development over the lifespan. Angie’s research for her Master’s Degree in Educational Psychology inspired two instructional videos for parents and early childhood educators on early literacy development and emotional development that were funded by Human Resources Development Canada.

Angie’s current research interests are focused on emergent literacy and the role of temperament in self-regulation processes for children and educators alike. Angie is also interested in humanistic approaches to education. Angie has delivered workshops to the Halton and Peel Communities on Self Regulation for ECE’s and to the Sheridan Community on the topic of Maintaining the Human Element in Teaching.

Angie is a member of the Child Development Resource Connection Peel, Professional Education Committee and is Academic Advisor for the Early Childhood Leadership Degree at Sheridan College. Angie was nominated to represent Sheridan’s Faculty of Community Health and Studies at the 2012 Great Teachers Conference.

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