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The difference between habit and intention

I have had the luxury of time and being able to read research and other material over the past few month and what I have come to realize is there are many subtle changes we can make and it often starts with the words we chose. 136 more words

Early Childhood Education and leadership in schools

By Eleanor J. Shirley, MA, CSW, Nebraska Department of Education, Office of Early Childhood. In October of 2013, Eleanor was appointed Director of the Nebraska Early Childhood Quality Rating and Improvement System, Step Up to Quality, legislated by the Nebraska Unicameral in June 2013. 811 more words


It’s all in how you look at it

Is the jar half full or half empty?

Many years ago I was employed to be an “agent of change” in a school. My job title was… 641 more words


Invest in your keiki today!

The Keiki Hau‘oli Children’s Center is accepting applications for children ages 3 months to 5 years old. For children between the ages of 3-5, there are still spaces available for the upcoming 2015 Fall semester. 216 more words

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About Me

Hello, Everyone! My name is Chelsy, and I am a 21 years old. I am a soon to be college graduate from the University of Akron with two degrees, Early Childhood Education and Early Childhood Special Education. 88 more words

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Teaching the iStudent by Mark Barnes (Ch. 5-End): Integrating Technology into the Classroom

Last week I spent many days researching and writing a research paper on the integration of technology into the early childhood classroom. I have come to two conclusions through my studies: The first is that technology has always been incorporated into the early childhood classroom, and the second is that as much as teachers would like to effectively use technology in their classes, their schools do not have the proper professional development needed to help them to meet their goal. 450 more words

Early Childhood Education