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This podcast is all about the education world. For the past 15 years, I have been researching and training teachers for the infant classroom to the elementary level. This podcast is forced on real conversations such as teacher turnover, childhood trauma, and social and emotional development and much more. Join us for great conversations the help change the idea of early childhood development.

The Learning Project: the 21st century of childhood development Stephaine Courtney M.Ed

    • Education

This podcast is all about the education world. For the past 15 years, I have been researching and training teachers for the infant classroom to the elementary level. This podcast is forced on real conversations such as teacher turnover, childhood trauma, and social and emotional development and much more. Join us for great conversations the help change the idea of early childhood development.

    Interview with Jennifere Reed: African American Picture Books for Children

    Interview with Jennifere Reed: African American Picture Books for Children

    Jennifer Reed, BA, MA, Ed.D (ABD), has 11 years of experience conducting Head Start/Early Head Start Reviews in CLASS™ and Early Childhood Development along with nine years of Professional Grant Reading for the Office of Head Start and other governmental agencies. She is an Early Childhood industry expert with more than 20 years of successful experience in full life cycle Training, Teaching, Monitoring, Consulting, Recruiting, and Business Development. Jennifer Reed has a proven ability to fostering relationships with Programs along with Child Care Centers and other State and Federal organizations with positive business opportunities.

    Jennifer is most fulfilled when helping programs to grow professionally. Her vision and ability to nurture relationships lead to long-term solutions and success. Jennifer began her career by being a Home Visitor and conducting training for child care centers. She grew into a lead teacher then a Center Director within four years. She has subsequently consulted with Head Starts in Region 2,3,4,5,6,8, and 10 in the areas of CLASS™, School Readiness, Educational Management, Strategic Plans, and Documentation preparation.

    Why work with JFK Consultant?


    Your company is seeking Head Stat Protocol guidance strategies that strengthen overall operations and result in accelerated      Program Management Systems.
    You are a passive Program, content in your current Program, and wanting to take your program to the next level.
    You want best practices to facilitate maximum outcomes

    JFK Consultant offers both programs and their staff exceptional professional service, absolute confidentiality, and the most ethical values in executive search.

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    • 37 min
    Interview with Ophelia Araujo: How do toxins affect child development?

    Interview with Ophelia Araujo: How do toxins affect child development?

    Join us a thought-provoking conversation with Ophelia Araujo environmental and toxin specialists. Children are our world and we have to keep it safe for children. Listen and learn with us.



    Learn more with Ophelia on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ophelia.araujo

    • 37 min
    Interview with Jocelyn Dionne Jones: Why Does she Wear A Hijab? Why is Her Hair So Kinky?

    Interview with Jocelyn Dionne Jones: Why Does she Wear A Hijab? Why is Her Hair So Kinky?

    The Learn Project Is please to interview the amazing Miss Jocelyn Jone M.Ed. She has over the years she had been passionate and dedicated to helping educators learn about Culture and diversity in the classroom. Listen here and grow and develop like never before. Be open to this load conversation. 

    If you would like more information on training, consultation, mentorship, coaching, classroom management services, and other services visit the Knowledge Giver website at http://thehouseofgenesi3.wixsite.com/jocelyndjones

    • 2 hr 22 min
    Interview with Stephaine Nobles-Beans: Big Problem, Little People ( Homelessness)

    Interview with Stephaine Nobles-Beans: Big Problem, Little People ( Homelessness)

    Join us for an amazing podcast that focuses on the struggles of trauma that children face. Today we will be diving into Homelessness. Expert Stephaine Noles-Beans will be joining us for a thought-provoking conversation that partners with families, educator and children.  The Learning Project is a training center for early learning educators who are looking for a different type of training. Our training focuses on social justice issues and inspiring educators to be change agents. Learn more at www.tlpsupport.com or find us on Facebook at tlpsupport.

    • 1 hr 12 min
    Reading Your Way to a Culturally Responsive Classroom (Article)

    Reading Your Way to a Culturally Responsive Classroom (Article)

    This is an article called "Reading Your Way to a Culturally Responsive Classroom" Resources / Publications / Young Children / May 2016 / Reading Your Way to a Culturally Responsive Classroom By SHANNON B. WANLESS, PATRICIA A. CRAWFORD.  Students will listen to this article as a part of the Child Development Course designed by The Learning Project. For more information go to www.tlpsuport.com

    • 40 min

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