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I had an interesting experience this summer watching the musical Fiddler on the Roof.  Produced by one of our local community theatre groups, I had been following the rehearsal process with interest and was looking forward to finally seeing the show after hearing great reviews from friends.  922 altre parole

The Capable Child

I believe that children are capable. If my teaching life has a base, that’s it.

I’ve started so many experiences with that assumption that it’s become second nature. 360 altre parole

Reward Systems: Helpful or Hurtful? ❤️

Any good articles to share with educators that gently explain why behaviour clip charts are not so useful as a classroom management tool? And what strategies could be used instead?

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creating our colour charts...

At the beginning of the school year, we started to wonder and look at colours in a new way. The children from both of my Kindergarten classes (Monday/Wednesday and the Tuesday/Thursday group) collaborated with each other to create colour charts for our classroom. 612 altre parole


good morning...

I’ve often been asked by teachers when they are trying to wrap their heads around Reggio-inspired teaching, “But how do you do calendar time?!?” Well, let me fill you in on a little secret…it’s not in the curriculum! 1.063 altre parole


Education: Back Roads of Teaching

Education: Back Roads of Educator Travel

A Journey. A road to new adventures, inspiration and growth. Not always easy. A process.

journey |ˈjərnē| noun (pl. journeys)

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Another Way to Get There: Child Inspired Journey Maps!

 .  .  . always avail yourself opportunities of looking to the children to show you the best direction to go in.

We are all looking for new ways to get off the beaten teaching path.

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