In this episode of the Preschool Podcast, we connect with Adva Hanan, an early childhood educator, and podcaster. Adva discusses how early childhood educators in the classroom can strive to be seen as a leader and the qualities that classroom leaders possess.
Occupational Therapist; National Workshop Presenter, and Content Specialist at Learning Without Tears. Valerie discusses how using multiple senses to teach children letters presents more opportunities for children to truly grasp writing and literacy. Valerie provides concrete evidence of how children can learn the letters of the alphabet and the importance of teaching letters in an alternative order than alphabetically.
In this episode of The Preschool Podcast we connected with Deedee Cummings, author, CEO, attorney and therapist. Deedee dives into the premise of her newest book, what inspired her to write it and the importance of representation of diversity in media and children’s books.
On this special episode of The Preschool Podcast, we’re revisiting one of our favourite episodes over the years. In episode 188, we connected with Constant Hine from Horizons in Learning. Constant is a nationally recognized dynamic, motivational and inspirational education speaker, coach, trainer, consultant and author.
In this episode of The preschool Podcast, we’re joined by Jaizel Delos Santos, a Registered Early Childhood Educator, former Program Advisor with the Ministry of Education in Ontario, and current HiMama Sales Development Representative. Jaizel shares her knowledge about what licensing reps are looking for when entering a child care facility for their inspection. Jaizel elaborates on not only the importance of these unannounced inspections but how educators, directors and owners can set themselves up for success for their annual inspection visit.