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Working Mom Do-It-All

I had some ‘spare time’ so had this article written for PETRONAS Leading Women Network. Enjoy reading…

After cleaning the messy toys that Mika played with for the nth time and rolling the entire roll of toilet paper back into the toilet holder I ask myself the same question, is this what I sign up for. 528 more words


NLC Equity, Education and Employment Summer Road Trip Corpus Christi: Making Coastal Connections

This summer, we’ve embarked on a road trip to find out how six cities are building equitable pathways to postsecondary and workforce success. On our fourth stop, we discover how the port city of Corpus Christi, Texas, is making local and regional connections to meet its almost $50 billion industry demand.   492 more words


Discovering Symmetry with Young Learners

We have had so much fun learning symmetry in the younger grades. We started by learning shapes with basic tangram puzzles on pre-made templates. Through this, students learned shape names, faces, corners, and sides. 520 more words


Week six EDUC 6162–2 universal baby project

This weeks assignment is to dig deeper into the website that I have chosen to studyWORLD FORUM FOUNDATION

On their site they have a link for the universal baby project I sent an email to Dr. 383 more words

Early Childhood

Too fast

Children grow too fast /

Tomorrow‘s dreams pulling them /

Past today‘s beauty


Where are the gifted learners in "inclusive education"?

Dr Louise TappergiftEDnz

Inclusion has such a positive ring to it. It is a ‘feel good’ word, a warm fuzzy – as opposed to its opposite, exclusion. 1,459 more words


We have been busy preparing for and celebrating another Yom Tov holiday: Sukkot! We learned that on Sukkot, we build a sukkah. Inside the sukkah, we eat and sing and some people even sleep in the sukkah! 838 more words

Early Childhood