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The Five Step Process to Managing Complex Change –

The Five Step Process to Managing Complex Change – | Early Childhood Education | Scoop.it
More Discussion on Change It seems as though I’ve spent a significant amount of time the past few weeks trying to understand the process of change.  How to initiate change, lead others into accepting change, and understanding one’s commitment level to change, are topics that I've written about. At some point in time, change will…
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Why Preschool is the ‘Most Important Year’ In a Child’s Development

Why Preschool is the ‘Most Important Year’ In a Child’s Development | Early Childhood Education | Scoop.it
A child's experience in preschool sets the foundation for her educational journey, but not all schools know how to deliver what's best, according to author
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Raising Kind Children

Raising Kind Children | Early Childhood Education | Scoop.it
Families foster kindness and respect at home by setting expectations for manners, sharing, and helping with chores. And families hope, often with a tinge of worry, that children will continue those behaviors when parents and caregivers aren't nearby: in the school cafeteria, at a friend’s house, or on Instagram and Snapchat.
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5 Ways Kids Learn at a Reggio Inspired Preschool

5 Ways Kids Learn at a Reggio Inspired Preschool | Early Childhood Education | Scoop.it
After visiting the Wonder of Learning Exhibit in NYC, I asked a teacher of the Reggio Emilia approach to explain exactly how a "child-centered" education works.
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JustWondering

Kath Murdoch is an experienced teacher, author, university lecturer and
popular consultant who has worked for many years in schools throughout
Australia, New Zealand, Asia, America and Europe. She is widely respected
for her work in the field of inquiry based learning and integrative
curriculum in which she has taught, researched and published for well over
20 years.
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JustWondering

Kath Murdoch is an experienced teacher, author, university lecturer and
popular consultant who has worked for many years in schools throughout
Australia, New Zealand, Asia, America and Europe. She is widely respected
for her work in the field of inquiry based learning and integrative
curriculum in which she has taught, researched and published for well over
20 years.
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How to Ruin Children’s Play: Supervise, Praise, Intervene

How to Ruin Children’s Play: Supervise, Praise, Intervene | Early Childhood Education | Scoop.it
My soul has been stirred by many of nature's wonders... But, of all of nature's scenes that I have enjoyed and pondered, none have enthralled me more than those of children playing--playing on their own, without adults guiding or interrupting them. My words are poor substitutes for the actual scenes, but let me try to convey two examples that have moved me 
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Why Threats and Bribes Don’t Lead to Cooperation and What to Try Instead

Why Threats and Bribes Don’t Lead to Cooperation and What to Try Instead | Early Childhood Education | Scoop.it
Getting children to cooperate can be tricky at times. Especially when you have more than one child and busy schedules. It’s not unusual to turn to quick fixes like threats and bribes to get c…
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10 Things to Say Instead of 'Stop Crying' | Happiness is here

10 Things to Say Instead of 'Stop Crying' | Happiness is here | Early Childhood Education | Scoop.it
As a parent, you deal with a LOT of feelings on a daily basis. Right? And sometimes, it can all get to be just a little bit much! When you’ve had what seems like hours of multiple people crying at … Continue reading →
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This child might be experiencing mental health difficulties … now what? - The Spoke – Early Childhood Australia's Blog

This child might be experiencing mental health difficulties … now what? - The Spoke – Early Childhood Australia's Blog | Early Childhood Education | Scoop.it
Good mental health is vital for learning and life. Just like physical health, it changes over time and according to different contexts. Research shows we can identify mental health problems in early childhood and being aware of and responding to early signs that may indicate a potential difficulty can make a difference. It can help ensure children …
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The Super Ten Play-It-Safe Rules!

The Super Ten Play-It-Safe Rules! | Early Childhood Education | Scoop.it
Safely Ever After, Inc. provides up-to-date information and prevention education programs to help empower families against child predators.
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The Journey into Children’s Drawing

The Journey into Children’s Drawing | Early Childhood Education | Scoop.it
I have always been both before and since the research of my MA days an avid interested party in the strategies and content of children’s drawing. I am currently reading the new book from the Contesting Early Childhood series published by Routledge entitled “Loris Malaguzzi and the Schools of Reggio Emilia” edited by Calgari, Castagnetti,…
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What to expect in the first fortnight of prep – A Guide for Parents

What to expect in the first fortnight of prep – A Guide for Parents | Early Childhood Education | Scoop.it
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10X: "Good Job" Alternatives | National Association for the Education of Young Children | NAEYC TYC | Teaching Young Children Magazine

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Sleep and rest...

Sleep and rest... | Early Childhood Education | Scoop.it
In a few months time I will have been blogging for two years... there are a few themes that have popped up regularly... one of them as bee
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The Anger Iceberg

The Anger Iceberg | Early Childhood Education | Scoop.it
What you can see from the surface can be misleading as most of the iceberg is hidden below water. This is how anger works.
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The Anger Iceberg

The Anger Iceberg | Early Childhood Education | Scoop.it
What you can see from the surface can be misleading as most of the iceberg is hidden below water. This is how anger works.
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Raising Kind Children

Raising Kind Children | Early Childhood Education | Scoop.it
Families foster kindness and respect at home by setting expectations for manners, sharing, and helping with chores. And families hope, often with a tinge of worry, that children will continue those behaviors when parents and caregivers aren't nearby: in the school cafeteria, at a friend’s house, or on Instagram and Snapchat.
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Brain Hierarchy: When Your Child’s Lower Brain Levels Are Weak, they Can’t Learn

Brain Hierarchy: When Your Child’s Lower Brain Levels Are Weak, they Can’t Learn | Early Childhood Education | Scoop.it
Brain Hierarchy: When Your Child’s Lower Brain Levels Are Weak, they Can’t Learn This article contains information regarding the brain hierarchy and how each part affects learning in the classroom. Affiliate links are included for your convenience. Did you know that the brain of an infant contains essentially all the brain cells that they will ever need for learning throughout their lifespan? Add this to the... Read More
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All children are philosophers because all children play   - Marc Armitage

All children are philosophers because all children play   - Marc Armitage | Early Childhood Education | Scoop.it
All children are philosophers because all children play  
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Why Multilingual People Have Healthier, More Engaged Brains

Why Multilingual People Have Healthier, More Engaged Brains | Early Childhood Education | Scoop.it
Educators often focus on the language skills students who are still learning English lack, but bilingualism is a huge neuro-strength. The ability to speak more
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Working with the Framework Learning Outcomes - Part 1 LINKING - The Empowered Educator

Working with the Framework Learning Outcomes - Part 1 LINKING - The Empowered Educator | Early Childhood Education | Scoop.it
Let’s have a chat about linking the EYLF outcomes and your programming cycle. Because from what I can see the often misunderstood ‘requirement’ to link EYLF outcomes …
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Why We Don't Keep Secrets In Our House {Child Abuse Prevention}

Why We Don't Keep Secrets In Our House {Child Abuse Prevention} | Early Childhood Education | Scoop.it
About a month ago, our family was having dinner with some friends at their house. I walked into the kitchen just as the other mom, while winking at me, handed my son a second cookie and whispered, “shhhh. It’s a secret. Don’t tell your mom.” To my delight {and surprise}, my son exclaimed, “Oooooh, but …
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