Monthly Archives: February 2016

Choice Time

Listening to kids is part of the job. Understanding the multiple layers of what they’re saying is an art! It really helps to either have background knowledge in child development, years of  experience or good old fashioned intuition. And all … Continue reading

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From Role Model To Mentor

  A conversation on Facebook with a former kindergarten colleague had me thinking about mentors and role models. (Rachel had completed her course work and practicuum and recieved her teaching credential. What a time for celebration and reflection.) I was … Continue reading

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About Resilience

Most of my posts are related to education and even those that are not directly, I find a connection to my years as a teacher of young children. I enjoy starting my day reading my emails to see if any … Continue reading

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Don’t Box Me In

Sometimes I have an idea that I want to share on my blog. Something I read either another blog post or a tweet that gets me thinking. And often times the title doesn’t come till after I start writing . … Continue reading

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