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Overview Here's a free download and print form designed to help early learning professionals collect information and better understand behaviors or situations. What's An ABC Event Sampling Record? This is an anecdotal observation form designed for observing a targeted behavior or situation (Kim's biting, Clive's meltdowns, Sam's hair pulling). With
Self-care became a big buzz term several years back. It seemed all of the sudden on social media everyone was talking self-care. As of today, there are over 23 million posts on Instagram with the hashtag “selfcare.” Even Barbie is now getting in on the self-care game.
So, you move into a new position and inherit an existing program--how do you handle it? We dig into the topic in this episode. 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
When children are restricted in seated positions for many hours, such as by baby devices (for example, bouncy seats and infant seats) and by unrealistic rules for older children to sit for long periods (for example, while doing homework and being lectured at during school hours), it is hard for
Here’s audio from the Rough And Tumble Play session of our ECE Discussions series. It was recorded on February 19, 2020. Author Mike Huber, Craig, and I had about a 70 minute discussion on the topic. Here's audio of the discussion: Rough And Tumble Play Discussion (02-19-2020) You'll find Mike's
Carrie Rose challenges us to rethink our practices in relation to programming and planning, to put critical reflection and deep thinking at the heart of our observation and documentation. Thanks for listening! Like the show? Consider supporting our work by becoming a Patron, shopping our Amazon Link, or sharing it
In this episode we start a 5 episode dive into the Vestibular System. 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.
Here at Playvolution HQ, we love do it yourself projects and figuring out ways to utilize trash-bound items. That's why we love this process for extracting color from dried up markers. Below, we'll explain two methods for color extraction and show how it can be used as paint and colorant
Democratic societies depend on informed citizens being actively involved in how they are run and led. For that to happen, it’s essential that young people leave school knowing how society works and in particular how the legal, economic, and political systems operate and affect them.