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Teacher Profile #3: Laurie Todd

I opened Laurie’s House in September of 1993, I don’t call it a school – even though we learn a lot here!

Hometown–  First 8 years Fairbanks Alaska, then 9 years in Mt. 2,040 more words

Changing The World

Why You Gotta Love Your Libraries (with free printable activity)

Wondering what happened to the next installment in the Cops Out of Schools series? It’ll be back next week! I just needed a break from the research and heavy-duty subject – and thanks to my awesome sister and her adorable son, I got it!

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Painted Rock Faces

I painted these rocks today and the kids loved how they turned out.

(Minus the little. He had a sort of ‘love/hate’ thing going on. Quite honestly, I think they scared him a little.) … 83 more words

"Explore the World"

“Explore the World”
Learning About Children and Creativity from Richard P. Feynman 818 more words


Camden and Olivia Use a Tool

As a school, we use video documentation to guide our work with children. One crucial piece of working with video is revisiting the video, analyzing it to pull out questions for further research or to reach new understandings of children’s and teachers’ motivations. 376 more words

Early Childhood Education

Library Day-Treasure Hunt

The story is about a young boy who visits a library and learns about all of the fun and unique things he can do at the library. 83 more words

5 Discoveries In Neuroscience That Support Montessori Teaching - Exploring your mind

***Transforming Education Series: Montessori & Neuroscience***

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          It is no secret that I am a great admirer of Montessori education and a long-time critic of most current education here in the US.  81 more words