Heather is getting tired of hearing about Universal PreK, but she invited Dan and Richard to share their thoughts anyway.
Lydia Bowers provides education and consulting on early childhood sexual health topics, and she joins the show to talk about her new children’s book “We Listen to Our Bodies.”
We’ve noticed an increase in online talk about “bullying” in early childhood programs, and we don’t think that’s possible.
Dan Hodgins, Mike Huber and Heather use the article “Rough and Tumble Play: A Way to Tackle Socially Constructed Norms” by Nick Terrones as a starting point for this conversation
Dan Hodgins and Heather wonder if there aren’t more authentic, appropriate ways to plant the seeds of responsibility and community than job charts in early childhood classrooms
TECN Study Hall brings Carol Garbodan Murray, Lisa Murphy, Emma Tempest, Lizz Nolasco, Richard Cohen and Heather together to talk spiritual development.
Heather talks to author Carol Garbodan Murray and Lunch Room Supervisor Extraordinaire Melissa Luebbe about pushing the care revolution UP into elementary schools.
Early childhood consultant and author Rae Pica joins Heather to discuss her blog post, “What if We Took Control of our 2021?”
Sam Balch joins Heather to discuss her experiences with, and recommendations for, working with children who have or are experiencing homelessness.
Mike Huber listened to the episode with occupational therapist Greg Santucci, and has some follow up questions for Heather