In this webinar, Dr. Sandra Duncan will explore why the primary job of containers in the classroom is not to hold learning materials and objects but to spark children’s interest and engagement with the containers’ contents.
Educating the nation’s rapidly rising child population of dual language learners (DLLs) is as much a challenge as it is an opportunity for improving our practice with them.
Through this lively webinar, participants will experience how easy it is to create a musically rich environment that promotes a positive learning atmosphere, engaging children and enhancing the classroom environment.
This session is designed to provide an examination of the biopsychosocial perspective on development of very young children.
Join Steve Spangler to learn how to use elements of the story line to teach and reinforce fundamental parts of your early childhood science curriculum.
This presentation will focus on the idea that young children need frequent positive experiences with nature for their holistic development and for becoming environmentally literate individuals.
By working with and caring for a child in deliberate ways, an adult can influence the way a child’s mind grows.
This workshop will explore the relationship between personal loss and aggression/violence/revenge in the classroom and home, and offer proactive solutions for teachers and parents to start implementing immediately.
Let’s prepare children for the global community through play and research based activities that expand their thinking and open their hearts!
This lively webinar will highlight the numerous ways in which playful and developmentally appropriate songs and chants can naturally support young children’s development of essential language and literacy skills.