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As early childhood educators and teachers most of us love to get down and dirty and play. We love to be fully engaged with the kids, playing as if we were kids. What can be wrong with that? Why am I selective about these times?
Friend of the show, Sam Balch, joins is to talk about the kinds of coronavirus play kids are engaging in. Thanks for listening! Like the show? Consider supporting our work by becoming a Patron, shopping our Amazon Link, or sharing it with someone who might enjoy it. You can leave
At the neuronal level, when your imagination is reframing, Hebb’s Law of neuroscience is being disturbed—which is a good thing. The law says: neurons that fire together, wire together. This means that if you always use the same tricks to solve problems, or always assess situations through the same worn-out,
...education is a natural process spontaneously carried out by the human individual. It is acquired not by listening to words, but by experiences upon the environment. The task of the teacher then becomes not one of talking, but one of preparing a series of motives of cultural activity spread in
From Zanzibar Tales translation by George W. Bateman (Chicago: A.C. McClurg & Co., 1901) Once upon a time Sim′ba, the lion, Fee′see, the hyena, and Keetee′tee, the rabbit, made up their minds to go in for a little farming. So they went into the country, made a garden, planted all
Alissa Mwenelupembe joins us for an episode about the new book Each and Every Child. Related Links: Advancing Equity in Early Childhood Education Better Together Consulting - Alissa's website Walter's Gilliam's Study on Implicit Bias Thanks for listening! Like the show? Consider supporting our work by becoming a Patron,
Author chat for kids ages ~ 6-13 stuck at home during closed schools and for young writers and adults of all ages interested in fiction and how authors write books. Second of weekly episodes. YouTube doesn't accept comments since this is marked as a Kids' Show.
We talk about the pandemic's impact on early learning and life. Thanks for listening! Like the show? Consider supporting our work by becoming a Patron, shopping our Amazon Link, or sharing it with someone who might enjoy it. You can leave a comment or ask a question here. Click the