During a family conference, it’s important to provide a detailed—but not overwhelming—picture of a child’s progress. The following example (shared & discussed at a family conference) shows the strengths, progress, and goals of Aiden, who is 3.5 years old.
In this article, we explain why engineering practices are an important part of early STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) learning and share examples of exploring engineering practices.
By examining the core considerations of DAP through the lens of adult learning theory, we (the article authors) created a framework for supporting early childhood professionals who are continuing their educations.
Martha Muñoz, Linda Anderson Welsh, Tina L. Chaseley
We have a strong history of leading complex conversations and implementing innovative solutions. Now, it is our time to use all that we know to take action and be the advocates that children, families, and educators need.