Dr. Stephanie Heald and Dr. Tisha Shipley bring excitement, inspiration, and experience to several relevant topics in the field of early childhood education.
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88- Best Practice – Best for Who?
Camille Lacher discusses best practices in quality care for early childhood education.
87- Early Learning – The Catalyst to Education Equity
Leah Walker shares how we can build family and community partnerships that deliver access, excellence, and equity for all learners.
86- Understanding Mental Health in Early Learners
Willie Spears, critically acclaimed speaker shares an innovative and relevant approach to understanding and positively supporting mental wellness.
85- The Importance and Impact of Sharing Diverse Books with Young Readers
Dr. JaNay Brown-Woods inspires us to share diverse books with young readers!
84- Tinkering & Exploring: Preschool STEAM Lab
Cynthia Burnett explains what an early childhood Tinker Lab is, and the benefits for our youngest learners! Check out her website for some great resources and opportunities for future opportunities.
83- Sign Language from Cradle to 4K
Tonya Hayes discusses why the brain loves sign language, and why you should be using it more to support children learning of expressive language! https://sproutpeds.com/resources-for-families/
Walk the Talk
These two ladies are professionals in the field and ‘walk the talk’! They provide readily available strategies when working in the field. It’s a great listen during breaks, driving the car, or whenever you have time!