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Prof. James Heckman 21h
Investing early in produces higher returns than investments later in life. Build skills earlier for greater benefits to society. Learn more:
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Vanessa Hachey Apr 16
We are and our voices needs to be heard!!
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Vanessa Hachey Apr 16
I’m 33 and almost done my and worked my butt off to provide care and quality to children that I have the pleasure of being part of their family. The society depends on us and it’s a joke to not even get the raise that we sooo deserve!
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WestEd Apr 18
MT : High-quality for children from birth to kindergarten entry is critical to positive child development & has the potential to generate economic returns, which benefit children, families, & society at large.
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ZERO TO THREE Apr 15
Mindfulness is growing in popularity. Learn what is & how it can support you as a or professional:
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Qaziinc 1h
Learn to Count | Learning Numbers using a Puzzle for Children. via
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Brookes Publishing 1h
Do you use AEPS in your program? Learn about the AEPS Interrater Reliability Certification:
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FirstFiveYearsFund Apr 15
. Editorial: “A high school diploma is a building block for the future, but a child’s ability to succeed is shaped much earlier in life - even before the first day of kindergarten.”
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Brookes Publishing Apr 19
This excerpt from the Early Social-Emotional Development gives you an overview of early growth and learning across developmental domains:
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CDA Council Apr 18
Congratulations to Group, one of the newest organizations to receive the prestigious CDA Gold Standard! This award signifies that they successfully met the Council’s high standards for providing quality early childhood education training to CDA students.
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Illinois Early Childhood Asset Map 23h
Who are state early childhood education agency staff? How many are leaving the field in the next 5 years? Find the answers to these demographic questions & more in this new report from CEELO
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Gillian Sharma 23h
“The power of somebody telling you something but not showing it. It makes the listener’s imagination fire on its own, creating those pictures in your mind.” - Melissa Block This is what Listen Together Podcast is all about!
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D11Education Pathway 22h
Nationals bound! Way to go Miracle Baxter student & freshman for earning a gold medal & 2nd place in the Career Investigation STAR event, which qualifies her for the National Leadership conference in Anaheim, CA this June 30-July 4th!
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Virginia Early Apr 19
Learned a lot at in Washington, DC this week. So grateful for the strong team at and all the researchers that move the needle on our knowledge and practice. Here we are posing in front of the , pretending we had time to be tourists (we didn’t).
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Rae Pica Apr 16
Adults say "They grow up so fast!" while simultaneously trying to accelerate child development by pushing down curriculum & insisting children accomplish things for which they're not yet developmentally equipped! Child development can't be rushed!
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Razan Abdin-Adnani 19h
As I grow in my own journey of becoming more trauma-informed, this book provides invaluable information re: how traumatic experiences “leave traces on our minds & emotions, on our capacity for joy & intimacy, & even on our biology & immune systems."
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Math Stackers 22h
Build & explore patterns w/ Math Stackers! Why? It develops kiddos’ ability to reason and predict + furthers their ability to organize & analyze data. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ PLUS this skill develops reasoning across all subject areas!
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Marcella Rende Apr 18
Sunny smiles & springtime fun Pre-K egg hunt. 🐰🐣Colorful eggs provide children a chance to explore math concepts. We can count, estimate, compare, sort, resort, pattern and more!
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Ericka O. Erickson Apr 18
Marin Quality Counts highlights shared at today's meetings: We have 78 early care and education programs participating in the initiative!
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Gillian Sharma Apr 18
Listen Together Podcast original songs are: -Sung in a range that is neither too high nor too low for children’s voices -Sung by pleasant voices with minimal accompaniment -Written with simple language and repetitive phrases -Fun and easy to learn
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