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Birthday party lists and other social interactions

If you are a provider in a room full of preschool children, the chances that you have heard the words “you can’t come to my birthday party” are about as good as the chances that you have seen rain the past few weeks. 604 more words

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G4J Connect: Bristol

Hot on the heels of evening events in Leeds and Glasgow, a team in Bristol will be running a free teaching event on behalf of the Association for Elderly Medicine Education (AEME) on 26th March 2015. 220 more words


April 2015 How-to Sessions

Each month, SHSU Online offers face-to-face and completely online technology training/how-to sessions for faculty and staff at Sam Houston State University. In April we are offering 12 face-to-face and 2 online courses to keep faculty and staff connected and in the know. 925 more words


“Good job!” ...Good job doing what?

Many kindergarten teachers will tell you they want their new students to come to school with many tools in their toolbox, but at the top of their list is emotional confidence and social skills. 332 more words

Early Childhood

50 Shades of Safeguarding

The recent furore and general brouhaha over the book and film of the moment appears to be sweeping the public away on a tidal wave of excitement and hype. 418 more words

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Looking out, not in: a week at the European Academy for Medicine of Ageing

Dr. Thomas Jackson is a geriatrician and clinical research fellow, investigating delirium and dementia in general hospital settings. On January 26th – 30th he attended the  619 more words

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Assessment can happen anywhere, any time!

When I was a preschool teacher working with children ages 3 to 5, I was really focused on planning based on each, individual child. Not only is this best practice, but it was a requirement of the program. 489 more words

Early Childhood