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Early Childhood Literature-- Books For Children And Why They're My Favorite Thing

Posted by Carolina Soto on Tuesday, Mar 13, 2018

You can say anything with a book. And children love them. They are essential tools for teaching and learning that color the process of delivering content to young minds. Appropriate, quality literature goes far beyond stimulating children’s literacy learning. Books help to convey messages of every kind and illustrate ideas ...

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Quantifying Intelligence And Success In Early Childhood

Posted by Carolina Soto on Thursday, Jan 18, 2018

As the year begins, we often set new goals for ourselves and experience a renewal in our outlooks and dispositions. At this halfway point in the school year, I also tend to reflect on the goals my students have for themselves, their  developmental milestones, and the goals parents and families ...

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Why memoir?

Posted by John Kuckens on Wednesday, Nov 6, 2013

As a future literacy coach, writing will of course be a focus of learning for my students. I recently read an article about memoirs from Beth Kephart that I found interesting. Writing memoirs is a particularly attractive activity, because it allows the opportunity for the student to think about themselves ...

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