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Inquiry Blog Checkpoint 3- Data Analysis

During class on Wednesday I decided to organize and analyze my data to get a better understanding of my inquiry blog. I was able to organize the data that I have been collected into three categories. 723 more words

// The Focus Student Scoop \\

**Example of Neville’s writing.**

Recently, I have been gathering information on a student in my class. His name is Neville and I found certain qualities about him very interesting. 936 more words

Level 1 Internship

Teaching Ideas for Eat Like a Bear by April Pulley Sayre

From Mary’s Teaching Toolbox

I recently discovered the book, Eat Like a Bear by April Pulley Sayre and illustrated by Steve Jenkins.  I felt better when I found it was only published in 2013, so I haven’t been missing out on this delightful book for long. 864 more words

Early Education

Using Constructive Apps to Develop Digital Literary Skills in Early Childhood Education

The second presentation in Theme IV: Teaching with eBooks in the Classroom was submitted by Monika Tavernier from the German Swiss International School of Hong Kong. 314 more words

From Head to Toe by Eric Carle

Mary’s Teaching Toolbox

This is the first post of what I hope to be a weekly feature. Each week I will share different activities that can be used in early education.  981 more words

Early Education

Early Reading Outcomes among Preschoolers: Digital vs. Print Media

The final presentation in Theme IV: Learning to Read with Digital Media was presented by Iva Son (PhD Candidate at Lancaster University, UK, and Lecturer at Parsons School of Design, US). 152 more words

Stick Letters

This was a literacy provocation I set up for my Kindy kids months ago when we were still at the very early stages of letter recognition, formation and working on fine motor skills. 209 more words