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    Are you having as much fun with your three and 4-year-old preschoolers

    I am having a BLAST and so are the children I give them plenty of choices

    and creativity and most of the time I go with the flow of the class for the day.

    We laugh as we are learning and we motivate each other while we are having fun learning.We use w...See More
    Hello everybody,

    I am an Early Childhood Education student. I am looking for help with this question: What is the value of activities that result in recognizable art products from young children?

    Thank you in advance.
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    Teaching hours are between 15 and 30 hours a week. We are currently recruiting for Shanghai, Beijing, Shenzhen, Tianji...See More
    I have a preschool class 21/2 to 31/2 and am looking for ideas to help control some of the big body play. The classroom is very boy heavy 15 boys 4 girls. ideas to get their attention? I've noticed a lot of physical contact, wrestling, running , jumping. A few of them are needing one on one as they are hurting others. Suggestions?
    Suffice to say that dissertation proposal requires a great amount of effort, time and concentration. Even if you manage enough time and energy, you can't accomplish your dissertation proposal appropriately without complete attention. Therefore, it is crucial for you to learn a practice that will maximize your brain performance.

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    A few of my 4 year olds are having problems establishing their own personal space while respecting others. I've used the "personal bubble" idea, but am looking for some other ideas to try. Thanks in advance for any help.
    flacka Use carpet squares on the rug and spread them out so everyone has their own space.
    Oct 9, 2017
    Hi all. We have a challenging 4 year old student that has classic oppositional defiant disorder symptoms. He defies authority, wants to do the opposite of what the teachers want, even if he said he wanted to do the activity just minutes before, yells out that he wants to go home, etc. We are documenting all this behavior and will speak with parents...See More
    flacka I had an ODD child in my K class a few years ago and it was, to put it mildly, a "challenging" year. Before I describe what I did, I will tell you that the behavior did get better but it got worse before it got better so hang on, it's going to be a bumpy ride! It's all about power and I was NOT going to get into a power struggle with him!

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    Oct 9, 2017
    Hello! I am conducting a research study on teachers' beliefs about their ability to teach students diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder in inclusive early childhood classrooms. If you are a teacher in pre-school through third grade or you are preparing to become an early childhood teacher, please follow the

    link below to complete four b...See More

    I am wondering how you guys involve the parents in your classrooms?
    I like The Atlantic because it frequently publishes articles about teachers and education. Here's a new article that seems pertinent for this chatboard level.

    "Scattered around a meeting room in groups of three or four, 13 women bent over laptop computers and smartphones, squinting at Colorado's hundreds of child-care regulations...."
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    men52 I taught that age group for over 25 years before retiring. I was surprised to read in the article that Colorado wouldn't let colleges offer bachelor degrees in early childhood

    My bachelor degree was in a different field and after working in that field, I found I wanted another type of work that make a difference. I accidently like so many...See More
    Aug 12, 2017

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