From the Archives: Tom Drummond on Connecting to Children5.0 average rating (1 review)
One of the most popular courses from our archives! Tom Drummond shares how and why Connecting to Children is one of the most important indicators for teacher performance.
Provocations Using Learning Stories as Agents of Agency
Learning Stories can be agents of agency, provocateurs of pro-action. Observation. Provocation. Collection. Action. Reflection. A cycle of Learning Stories expands the child’s agency in her own. Zach explains.
Strengthening Resilience in Young Children using Learning Stories
Join Santa Clara University’s Barbara Burns to deepen your understanding of the importance of resilience skills in early childhood. Learn to create your own ‘resilience-building lens’ in Learning Stories and share them with children and families.
Modeling Behavior for Children by Sharing Learning Stories About Colleagues, Zach Bernstein
Writing Learning Stories about our colleagues in ECE can deepen all of our relationships and enrich all our learning experiences. Sharing these Learning Stories with the children lets them see their teachers walking the walk.
Work Through Challenging Behavior Using Learning Stories5.0 average rating (3 reviews)
Since Learning Stories always focus on strengths, it is often assumed that they cannot serve as a tool to address challenging behaviors. But, Learning Stories can, in fact, help us reflect on and devise strategies to support challenging behavior.
Share Your Teaching & Yourself in Learning Stories
In Learning Stories, the teacher is part of the story, as opposed to being an invisible bystander. This webinar is about how to include your own struggles, wonderings, and learnings. And how to weave your philosophies into your stories.