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A Biblical Psychology Of Learning

Book Review by Claudia Bohner

Dr. Ruth Beechick spent a lifetime teaching and studying how people learn. Her degrees are A.B. from Seattle Pacific University, M.A.Ed. 3,046 more words

Encouraging Play in Museums

“Teaching kids to play” is something that goes on constantly at home and in the early childhood classroom, but it also has implications for a museum or other informal learning space.  351 more words

Early Childhood Education

Doodle Bugs! Team Tuesday: Issue #223

In today’s edition of Team Tuesday, we are pleased to feature Laura Walzer, McCandless Center Director.  Since Laura joined the doodle team in August, faculty and families alike have appreciated her positive attitude and genuine commitment to building a community of happy children, happy parents, and happy teachers. 75 more words

Team Tuesday

Low-Income Kids Widely Absent From Pre-K

By Dr. Marciene Mattleman

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) - Cities are spending millions of dollars on early education for their neediest children; but in many places, those kids are not showing up. 133 more words

Watch + Listen

Making choices

In my most recent post I discussed my goals and the steps I was taking towards, and away from achieving them. Writing that post, and receiving your wonderful comments, advice and suggestions, provided me the opportunity of really assessing how I spend my time and of deciding where to from here; at least until I meet the next juncture anyway. 895 more words


Top of the Rock Field Trip

On March 25th, the Daring Dinosaurs travelled downtown to Rockefeller Center! This was the perfect end to our buildings unit because we got to see most of the famous New York City buildings we’ve been studying for the past two months. 80 more words

Georgia Southern University

I am an Eagle!

I went to Georgia Southern University for my undergraduate degree in Early Childhood Education and I wouldn’t trade it for the world. 524 more words

Shining The Light At School