Hardwiring vs. Rewiring
I have endeavored to provide a proactive approach that hardwires the “right” mindset, skillset, and behaviors at an early age and becomes part of the subconscious as opposed to reactively rewiring our mindset, skillset, and behaviors. Especially since the rewiring process is more reactive and only tackles the symptoms and not the true root cause.
The research highlighted in this book shows a strong parallel between the proper development of early childhood development skills and 21st -century skills, which are identified as cognitive, intrapersonal, and interpersonal skills. Thus, the reference to future 21st -century leaders, in particular, instilling the habits of lifelong learning and developing critical thinking skills which are essential in the development of 21st-century skills in the current industrial revolution (Industry 4.0)
Early Childhood Development Skills Resources
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
This page also has resources broken down by age group such as: Infants and Toddlers (Ages 0 to 3) and Children (Ages 4 -11). If you click on one of these and navigate through the pages it will take you to the CDC’s Development Milestone page that breaks down the important milestones by age for: