In Carla’s Own WordsĶ Early Education training covers all areas of a childs development. Yet, I was disappointed in the system for maintaining the technique of positive language where early-education teachers are required to omit the use of negative words and phrases such as ‘no, not, don’t, can’t and shouldn’t.’ I felt teacher training should be centered around this technique and was determined to develop something with more substance. With continuing Education failing to meet this requirement, I decided to self-educate and pursue this vital aspect of early development. For the next 11 years, I conducted my own research, making countless observations to support this characteristic. My first conclusive observation was that Child-development was actually based around how parents felt instead of the way Children felt. My book is not, allow me to use that just once, about parent development, it is about Child Development. I also beleive that anyone could have written this book. When you are looking for poositive preschool develoopment, there are few sources available but i believe some of the best come information comes from individuals with lots of Childcare experience -without Ph.d’s. I have nothing against people with Phd’s -but ordinary people need ordinary, practical counsel. Unfortunately, many people feel forced to present professional findings with professional language leaving too many people out of the conversation. This book is my invitation to every-day parents to gain greater insight and understanding of their childrens needs. For more information, visit http://ccthedots.com http://ccthedots.com About Carlas book, Connecting the Dots- The Cognitively Correct Way to Speak with Preschoolers: It is the one and only comprehensive guide to positive preschool development. Where the wonders, secrets and processes of true human design and potential can be explored and answered in the preschool stage where all subjects of learning and cognitively functions of development are fundamentally inseparable and virtually identical. About Carla Woolf: Carla Woolf lives in New Jersey, USA., teaching English as a second language. Carla received her National CDA certification from Montclair State University, N.J. Carlas teaching experience includes: Ģ 2 years of Elementary Education at Hunter College, NYC. Ģ 7 years of preschool teaching. Ģ 2 years of Literature for Middle school. Ģ 7 years as Full-time Nanny Ģ Tutoring Home-schooled Children (High School level) Ģ Teaching English as a Second Language.