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5 Sources for Current World Statistics | Dawgeared.com

5 Sources for Current World Statistics | Dawgeared.com | Early Childhood Teaching Resources | Scoop.it
5 online resources and tools to get current event statistics and facts for your class.
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Best Practice in Education - Early Childhood and Beyond: Do Your Rules Make Sense?

Best Practice in Education - Early Childhood and Beyond: Do Your Rules Make Sense? | Early Childhood Teaching Resources | Scoop.it
Rules that we ask children to obey need to have a logical reason for existing. Here are a few that should be taken off your rule list. Can you think of more?

Via Cindy Maloff Terebush, CPC, CYPFC
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How To Play WITH Your Children – It’s Harder Than It Sounds

How To Play WITH Your Children – It’s Harder Than It Sounds | Early Childhood Teaching Resources | Scoop.it
Playing with children by entering the world of THEIR imagination.

Via Cindy Maloff Terebush, CPC, CYPFC
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MJ's curator insight, April 2, 2013 3:24 AM

Love the part in this article that talks about childtren having power over play, . too right too. They own their world and watching/learning how they see things through their eyes is a beautiful thing. 

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Personal Journey to Personalize Learning in Kindergarten | Barbara Bray

Personal Journey to Personalize Learning in Kindergarten | Barbara Bray | Early Childhood Teaching Resources | Scoop.it

Lisa Welch and Wanda Richardson are Kindergarten Teachers in Wisconsin who are personalizing learning for their students. They share their story in how they they needed to rethink personalize learning for their students.  Here are they questions they reflected on as they created new learning paths for their students.

 

> "How can you personalize learning for students who are not yet able to read?

> How can you help student’s become independent learners at this young age?

> How can the 4 c’s of 21st Century Learning make their way into everything we do?

> How can we impart that core knowledge that is vital at this age?

 

We don’t have all the answers by any means, but we are certainly finding that we are on an exciting path at this time! Currently, every child in our classroom has a PERSONALIZED Learning Plan. These plans are created according to the child’s interests in learning styles as well as in subject areas. For example, one child is studying the subway and is interested in creating on the computer, math and music/dancing."

 

Thank you Lisa and Wanda for sharing this story!


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50 ideas for meeting your new class - Resources - TES Australia

50 ideas for meeting your new class - Resources - TES Australia | Early Childhood Teaching Resources | Scoop.it
Collated from various threads on the TES forums, this booklet gives 50 suggestions for activities to do when meeting your new class either on a transition day, or for the first day of term.
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When Did the Product Become More Important Than the Process?

When Did the Product Become More Important Than the Process? | Early Childhood Teaching Resources | Scoop.it
Keeping the wonder and self-discovery in learning environments.

Via Cindy Maloff Terebush, CPC, CYPFC
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Battling Gender Stereotypes in the Toy Store (and Other Subliminal Places)

Battling Gender Stereotypes in the Toy Store (and Other Subliminal Places) | Early Childhood Teaching Resources | Scoop.it
Stop sending stifling gender messages to young children. Let’s bring our feelings about how children play into the year 2013.

Via Cindy Maloff Terebush, CPC, CYPFC
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Coping With Tantrums

Coping With Tantrums | Early Childhood Teaching Resources | Scoop.it
Guidance for dealing with your child’s tantrums from an experienced early childhood professional and parent.

Via Cindy Maloff Terebush, CPC, CYPFC
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The Literacy Shed

The Literacy Shed | Early Childhood Teaching Resources | Scoop.it

A website for teachers filled with ideas for literacy teaching using visual resources such as film, animation, photographs and picture books.

 

Happy teaching,

http://papadeligames.wordpress.com/english/


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