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Hello educators, are you feeling burnt out and frustrated with the early childhood profession? Maybe you’re losing your passion and drive for the field. Do you want to continue to give quality programming and care within your program? How about finding the time and space for professional development and growth? If these questions speak to you, then The Inspiring Early Childhood Educator podcast is for you! In this podcast, you will find actionable tips for running and managing a successful c ...
 
Can children learn by playing? Of course they can! Listen in on this podcast brought to you by Kide Science to hear from some of the world's leading experts on STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics) and Early Childhood Education! Kide Science is research backed, and we are developed by teachers, for teachers.
 
Alethea Etinoff discusses the business of early childhood education ranging from home and center based facilities, curriculum, compensation, education requirements and advocacy. Alethea is a national speaker and childcare advocate who owns Point Of Care Childcare. #ece
 
The podcast is dedicated for the sole purpose of education, enlightenment of on anything pertaining to Childcare, Children, education and the world in which they live. View our website at https://www.rainbowchildcarelearning.com/podcast-early-childhood-coach-with-a-childcare-expe Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/reshaun-webb-m-ed/support
 
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In this episode of the Inspiring ECE Podcast, the host Marcia Nicole explores the importance of building a community of support for every early childhood educator. She shares tips on how to connect with other educators in your workplace, attend conferences and workshops, join online groups or forums, and start your own group. You'll also hear a per…
 
In this episode, "A Conversation About Reading To And With Children", you will hear Kim Burns from ASCY, share her favourite 10 tips for reading to and with young children.โดย Affiliated Services For Children and Youth
 
In the book “Child Care Justice: Transforming the System of Care for Young Children,” Michael Gramling writes about child care as a human right and offers a challenge to those of us in the field of early care and education: “If the early childhood workforce wishes to participate in meaningful change to bring about child care justice, we must be eng…
 
In this episode, we're joined by Leigh Austin, the Director of Exceptional Learning in Orange County, Florida. We discuss assessments for students across the learning spectrum, how teachers and educators can make career jumps, and so much more. Enjoy! ___ Join our Facebook community for free resources and like-minded, early STEAM parents and educat…
 
Yay! Family child care provider and brilliant respecter-of-childhood Melinda Marshall joins the show this week to talk about the importance of adults understanding their own childhood trauma, stress and relationships to help support children’s emotional development. Thanks for listening! Save 10% on professional development from Explorations Early …
 
In his new book, Inclusion Includes Us: Building Bridges and Removing Barriers in Early Childhood Classrooms, Mike Huber talks about “multiple experts” who can contribute to a sense of belonging, including the child as expert. Listen in as he and Heather talk it through. Thanks for listening! Save 10% on professional development from Explorations E…
 
Lisa and Jeff go off the rails from the beginning and spend the whole episode chatting about the 2023 Playful Change Challenge. Specifically, the fun new spreadsheet Jeff created to track his progress. There are formulas and everything–what fun! Thanks for listening! Links Connect via text or voicemail at 228-363-6737 Share something with Jeff Beco…
 
Hey ECE friend! Today we're talking about resetting your classroom routine after a holiday break. Children tend to have a hard time transitioning back to school after being off for some time. So instead of trying to get them back on the same routine they were on before the break, it may be best to make some changes to your current routine. Check ou…
 
Tiffany and Heather revisit the Ypsilanti Perry Preschool Project as described in Louise Derman Sparks’ article, “What I Learned form the Ypsilanti Perry Preschool Project: A Teacher’s Reflections.” It’s a fascinating retelling of what was measured, what was not considered, and whether they really used that Bank Street College curriculum. Thanks fo…
 
Hello, my ECE friend! Today I am answering a question I have received multiple times in my DMs. Many of you have reached out and asked what you should do after receiving your ECE diploma. Specifically, you all have asked what additional degrees or professional development you should pursue and what your options are. I am answering these and sharing…
 
In this episode, Mike Huber shares the story of observing and supporting a young boy’s struggle to enter a classroom with two substitute teachers, and shares his thoughts and wonderings about the emotional distress he saw as a result of the boy’s experience with cognitive dissonance when his familiar schema was disrupted. Thanks for listening! Save…
 
One time in the Nerd group chat, Lizz Nolasco shared a really interesting article/interview about the term “emotional labor.” Then Carol Garboden Murray connected it to a book that discussed “dependency labor” and the two of them had a wonderful, deep, thoughtful chat while the rest of us read in awe. So here are Lizz and Carol to share a bit of th…
 
We're back with the short series from NAEYC, and in this episode we went around asking: What's one piece of advice you wish you had before you started teaching? ___ Join our Facebook community for free resources and like-minded, early STEAM parents and educators https://www.facebook.com/groups/playfulsteam Sign up for our newsletter www.kidescience…
 
The weeks leading up to Christmas break can be stressful for early childhood educators. Children are so excited about Christmas and going on break that we tend to see an increase in unwanted behaviors and more challenges with listening. I share some actionable tips for managing behaviors during the holidays in today's episode. These tips will help …
 
It’s time for a revolution in early care and education! Rae Pica drops by to talk about her new book, “Spark a Revolution in Early Education: Speaking Up for Ourselves and the Children.” Thanks for listening! Save 10% on professional development from Explorations Early Learning and support the show with the coupon code NERD. Like the show? Consider…
 
'That's Child's Play' is back, and we're live at the NAEYC conference in Washington, DC! This episode, we're joined by Aisha Cosby, principal in the New York City Department of Education. We talk about how she incorporates play and self care into her school districts. _ Join our Facebook community for free resources and like-minded, early STEAM par…
 
There is something empowering and encouraging about sharing your story as an early childhood educator. Every ECE has a story, a reason why they joined this field. In today's episode, I share why I joined the ECE field. It is my hope that my story encourages you to share your story. Resources mentioned in the episode: Email: edu@ispyr.com Instagram …
 
Hey friend! In today's episode, I share why self care as an early childhood educator is important. It is so easy to focus on serving the children in our care that we often forget to take time for ourselves. I also share some ideas to start making self care a regular part of your routine. Resources mentioned in the episode: Email: edu@ispyr.com Inst…
 
Join us as Donna King, author of Pursuing Bad Guys: Joining Children’s Quest for Clarity, Courage and Community, as she talks about her “yearlong, co-constructed investigation of goodness and badness, real and pretend, safety and courage.” Thanks for listening! Save 10% on professional development from Explorations Early Learning and support the sh…
 
In today's episode, we discuss what an early childhood educator is and is not. It is my that at the end of this episode, you will know who you truly are as an early childhood educator and will walk in it confidently. Connect with me on Instagramโดย Marcia Nicole
 
“Commodification is the rendering of people or things into items of economic exchange, reducing humans and humanity into objects, and attaching human value to economic merits.” (W. Gregory Harman) Yep, even children….. Thanks for listening! Save 10% on professional development from Explorations Early Learning and support the show with the coupon co…
 
This episode, "A Conversation About Tools For Life", was taken from a larger video presentation recorded with Sue Lepore and Natalie Busato. This episode focuses on the social emotional learning approach called Tools For Life. This two-part session is intended to support educators by providing an overview of theoretical information about the value …
 
The Inspiring Early Childhood Educator Podcast is for early childhood educators and leaders who are seeking inspiration and actionable tips for finding the ideal work-life balance. Join your host, Marcia Nicole, as she introduces you to topics in early childhood education that will enhance your practice and your life as an educator. You will be mot…
 
Mike Huber has a new book coming out, and you're definitely going to want to read it! In this episode, Mike talks about the book, titled "Inclusion Includes Us: Building Bridges and Removing Barriers in Early Childhood Classrooms."
 
"There is a dominant discourse that early education is preparation for something in the future, usually stated as kindergarten; that developmental psychology with its focus on ages and stages can be a framework for early education; that children need adults to fix them; that the natural caring of others, a strength of women, isn’t important.These d…
 
Your image of the child, what you believe about children, will impact every interaction and decision you make about your work with them. Lizz Nolasco and Rixa Evershed drop in to talk about what that really means, how it is true and what we believe about children.
 
In this episode, Lizz Nolasco, Rixa Evershed and Heather unpack this quote from Denisha Jones: "Joy, engagement and reflection are the keys to liberation for both children and teachers. Through the freedom to take risks knowing they are loved, the children are liberated from deficit orientations, and adult imposed limitations on what play should lo…
 
Bethany Corrie, Lizz Nolasco and I got together to think and talk about seeing parent/family questions like "Do they learn things here or are you just babysitting?" as an opportunity to see and meet parents' need to advocate for their child.
 
In this month's episode we sit down with September Gerety, Gerety Education Team about the power of coaching. She shares her insights on who needs a coach, why coaching is effective, and how to best use coaching as a professional development tool for teachers. Sit back and enjoy our conversation. September Gerety’s mission is to make life better fo…
 
In this episode, Heather brings out her much-highlighted and post-it-noted copy of Michael Gramling's The Great Disconnect in Early Childhood Education: What We Know vs What We do for a conversation with Richard Cohen.
 
Carol Garboden Murray, Mike Huber and Heather have some strong feelings about a recent article published in Young Children ("Outdoor Recess Matters! Preventing and Reducing Children's Challenging Behavior on the Playground"). The process of article-to-episode included some highlighting, some heartbreak and a lot of sharing different ways of thinkin…
 
In this podcast, entitled Structured Literacy! What’s it about…?, Hosts talk with Sarah about structured literacy and learning more about supporting educators and children in New Mexico. We invite you to pull up a chair as we get to know more about structured literacy and what the future holds for our teachers and children.…
 
Authors Chris Amirault and Christine Snyder drop in on the show to talk about their GREAT new book, Finding Your Way Through Conflict: Strategies for Early Childhood Educators. This book, and conversation, is for any adult who interacts with other adults in an early childhood setting.
 
Are you looking for good children's books that tells stories about consent, strong emotions, pronouns, and more? Free Spirit Publishing children's authors Lydia Bowers, Deborah Kris Farmer, Dr. Deborah Serani and Afsaneh Moradian drop by to talk about their SEL collections.
 
This is a serious one, folks. Starting with a quote from a Washington Post article titled "Teachers Who Mention Sexuality are 'Grooming' Kids, Conservatives Say," Richard Cohen, Mike Huber and Heather Bernt-Santy refute those claims, and talk about how we can PROTECT children by helping them make sense of the world around them, including gender and…
 
Chad Nunamaker and Dr William Mosier, authors of the article "Promoting Inquiry Based Science Education" are Heather's guests in this episode, with a lot to say about science anxiety in early childhood educators, self regulation, and "supporting the development of inquiry without the 'inquisition.'"
 
Most of us in ECE agree that infancy is just as full of learning as preschool, but what should practice look like under that philosophy? Is it letters and numbers and shapes? Is it group activities? Lisa Murphy and Heather don't think so.
 
In this week's episode, the Two Pushy Dames (LeeAnn Soucy and Kathy Gallo) drop in to push back on the academic pushdown that makes "letter of the week" instruction so prevalent and popular in early childhood programs, why it doesn't work, and what we can do instead.
 
In this episode, “A Conversation with a Preschool Speech Language Pathologist-Part 2”, you will hear Evette Sauriol from ASCY continue her conversation with preschool speech and language pathologist, Jacqueline Vignanallo. This episode will look at how preschool speech language pathologists work with educators, resource teachers and school boards, …
 
In which Mike Huber and Heather have a very smart conversation about adult behaviors that are challenging for children, but also manage to work in references to cinematic classics Wayne's World, Stepbrothers and The Big Lebowski.
 
Lizz Nolasco, Richard Cohen and Heather have a conversation about efforts to standardize and professionalize the field of ECE, and the ways some of these efforts could be considered harmful. And Heather just likes to say "regulatory gaze."
 
Sometimes it seems like "mindfulness" in our work with young children has become more of a product than a process. Bethany Corrie and Richard Cohen join Heather to talk about how we can bring back its authenticity.
 
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