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School Leaders Facilitating Community Partnerships

I compiled a nice guide for school leaders facilitating community partnerships. The guide may be useful to generate ideas and spark interesting ideas as much as a literal implementation. Check out Guide: School Leaders Facilitating Community Partnerships. #edchat Click To… Continue Reading →

Help Young Students Deal with Stress and Anger #ECE #SEL

Right now if you are checking your email, you are seeing all the offers from vendors who want you to purchase their Social-Emotional Learning content (SEL). Many are of high quality and could be very beneficial, but it begs the… Continue Reading →

Communication Strategies

The structure of learning environments is within the control of the adults crafting the classroom experience. Recently classroom environments have been online and face-to-face; both modalities can enjoy the same structure to include more students and more points of view…. Continue Reading →

Establish Literacy Partnerships Infographic #ECE

Play 101: The Serious Business of Play

As a summary of the course Theories and Foundations of Child Development from the American College of Education, I share an infographic on the Serious Business of Play for early childhood learning. This course has afforded me a new perspective… Continue Reading →

Does School Start Early Enough?

The old adage that school starts earlier every year may be truer than you realize. Kindergarten is only required in eight states (Education Commission of the States, 2008), yet many families send their children essentially “early” to school. The reason… Continue Reading →

Transition to Kindergarten #Infographic

The transition to Kindergarten starts 6 months before the school year starts. Are you on schedule? #edchat Click To Tweet The transition to Kindergarten starts 6 months before the school year starts. Are you on schedule? #edchat Click To Tweet

Narrative Assessments

Maybe it is because we have so many of our students being educated by parents, siblings, non-educators, but the time to bring back narrative assessments might be now. I am also not sure who should author them. Teachers can describe… Continue Reading →

What Advocacy Looks Like #ECE

It would be easy to be intimidated by the title of an advocate.  You might think that is a title for lobbyists, politicians, or executives.  But in fact, advocacy looks like anyone with a passion for a topic and the… Continue Reading →

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