Monthly Archives: February 2016

It’s abusive and crazy.

In the introduction to this Washington Post article, kids sitting still in school is mentioned and the implication is that recess will help them do that. YES, children need recess in order to be healthy, to learn, and to be … Continue reading

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Finland’s teachers — with less stress and more free time — collaborate naturally

A recent international study suggests that collaboration is linked to teachers’ reported job satisfaction and confidence in their own teaching abilities. Source: Finland’s teachers — with less stress and more free time — collaborate naturally

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She was very wise and very fun.

Bev and I having a really good laugh. #bevbos #play #earlychildhoodexpert

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My article from Community Connect blog, Community Playthings

The Big Questions Discovering the Heart of Great Teaching What do you think of when you hear the word “child”? How would you define your role in the classroom? How do young children learn? These are some of the big … Continue reading

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