Powerful Letter to Teachers


As educators, it's our sworn obligation to comfort, educate, and protect young minds. As the new school year began, we never forget the awful tragedy that happened in Sandy Hook Elementary school. This mother wrote a powerful letter addressing all teachers. Her letter, which was posted on the Education Week website is powerful, and gut-wrenching, and encouraging all …

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Having fun Outside – in the Dark


When we were younger, we loved playing outside! In today's society, we should still love to play outside even if the sun did go down! Here are 15 ways in which you have a thrilling time at night! Flashlights are fun! Give the kids flashlights and take a look around. Much fun can be had by …

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Pre-Primary or Social Pedagogy?


We were asked what suited us better as Educators... Pre-Primary or Social pedagogy? With this in, The ELECT Document stresses more on Social Pedagogy rather than Pre-Primary. Pre-primary is often understood as a foundation to organized instructions, "Traditional Pre-primary programmes are often understood as the initial stage of organized instruction" (ELECT, page 80).Pre-primary is more of …

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iPads within Education


We as Early Childhood Educators and teachers are all looking at different possibilities on how we can expand a child or children's learning through several different ways and implementations; why not start with something such as a tablet? iPads are amazing new tablets that was introduced in 2009 by Apple Inc. iPads are 241.2 mm …

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