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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 ...
 
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
 
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.
 
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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…
 
“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…
 
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.” Thanks for listening! Save 10% on professional development from Explorations Early Learning and support the show with …
 
“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. Thanks for listening! Save 10% on professional development from Explorations Early Le…
 
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…
 
Recently, on two different occasions, Heather has been challenged with questions of why learning about child development and developmental theories “matters”…so of COURSE she had to talk it through with Lisa F**king Murphy. Thanks for listening! Save 10% on professional development from Explorations Early Learning and support the show with the coup…
 
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. Thanks for listening! Save 10% on professional development from Explorations Early Learning and support the …
 
Holy cow! It’s the 250th episode of the show, so I invited some of the Nerd Collective to play one of my favorite games (“Ransom Notes”) and laugh with me. Hope you laugh, too! Thank you all so much for listening! Thanks for listening! Save 10% on professional development from Explorations Early Learning and support the show with the coupon code NE…
 
You’ll see children’s scribbles and mark making processes (and products!) in a whole new way after listening to Carol Garboden Murray talk about them! 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 supporting our work by becoming a P…
 
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…
 
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.'"
 
More details to come on how I opened my center in 32 days.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/reshaun-webb-m-ed/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/reshaun-webb-m-ed/support
 
Lisa Murphy is Heather's guest in this episode, to talk about one of their mutual favorite topics--nursery rhymes! A recent teaching experience showed Heather that nursery rhymes may be becoming obsolete or unfamiliar to early childhood teachers. This episode provides a rationale for bringing them back.…
 
This episode is a kudos to you educator childcare teacher who still shows up every day.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/reshaun-webb-m-ed/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/reshaun-webb-m-ed/support…
 
Not everyone feels super comfortable teaching science. In this episode, we talk about how our guest, Aino Kuronen, went from being afraid of teaching science to becoming a co-founder of a company aimed at teaching science to children. Join our Facebook community for free resources and like-minded, early STEAM parents and educators https://www.faceb…
 
In this episode, we are joined by Deborah Berebichez. Debbie is a physicist, keynote speaker, and TV host. She's recently moved to Finland to work at VTT, and we discuss many topics, including her time here in Finland, what it's like being a woman in a male-dominated field, and whether or not we really exist. Join our Facebook community for free re…
 
Play-based learning is a style of learning that is accessible for children with different barriers. In this episode, an early-years teacher in Helsinki City schools talks about her real-world experience using play-based pedagogy in practice. Join our Facebook community for free resources and like-minded, early STEAM parents and educators https://ww…
 
This week we're joined by Bo Stjerne Thomsen - Chair of Playing to Learn at the Lego Foundation. We cover a plethora of topics including how Lego Foundation aims to change early childhood education globally, why assessments suck, and if Siri is an all knowing being that can solve animal death mysteries. Join our Facebook community for free resource…
 
This week, we are joined by Linda Liukas, the creator of the Hello Ruby book series. In this episode, Linda discusses how she came up with the idea for her Hello Ruby books, which encompasses the importance of using stories and narratives as a means of making things simple for kids. We really hope you enjoy this episode! This podcast is brought to …
 
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