5 Easy Ways to Use Technology to Connect with Families
Recently, we had a chance a chance to speak with the Co-Founders of Pine Village Spanish Immersion Preschools, Brid Martin and Emma LaVecchia. Founded in 2001, Pine Village is a Spanish Immersion Preschool, with 8 locations. Brid and Emma have decades of experience in early-childhood education and shared with us some of the keys to their success. Continue reading Success and Spanish: Advice from the Founders of Pine Village Preschools
Use these 5 Tips to Become a Better Administrator
Throughout my years of teaching, I have encountered more than six directors and administrators. They were each so different and inspired me in so many ways. There were rules, expectations “buy-ins,” situations and opportunities for me to learn. I had always aspired to be an administrator so my first principal position was one of my favorites. I want to share some of the things that I learned from my supportive administrators. Continue reading 5 Tips to Become a Better School Administrator or Director
Using Developmentally Appropriate Practices in the Classroom
When you walk into an early childhood classroom what do you expect to see? Teachers, administrators, staff and educational expects probably expect to see something different than parents, children or community members. Teachers are usually taught in school what is appropriate and needed, to have a warm, welcoming and appropriate environment for each age level. Therefore, hours of thought are put into how their classroom will be set up and ran.