As their children’s first teachers, parents have an amazing opportunity to nurture their children’s growth and development and to advocate for their education. And many parents want to be involved in their children’s education
Early learning is critical for developing cognitive language skills and for interpersonal and socio-emotional development. That knowledge and our country’s need led me to start LUDO project, a multimedia project that publishes children’s stories
This past December I, along with another Texas AEYC board member, joined the Dallas AEYC co-presidents and the senior director of NAEYC Accreditation of Programs for Young Children to honor a program receiving its accreditation notification
It allowed me to really appreciate the “team behind my teacher” when we attended a parent–teacher conference that included so many support staff and teachers, including an occupational therapist, speech therapist, and special education teacher.
Whether someone purchased a technology related gift for your child or your child used a tablet that was a gift for you, it’s important to think about the quality of the content your children will interact with while using screen media as well as how much
As NAEYC is “Going Global,” many of the lessons I have learned in Roatan align with the global initiatives. For example, with the help of NAEYC resources I am providing professional development and I conduct observations of children and teachers