In this episode of The Preschool Podcast, we connect with Diane Kashin. Diane helps us to understand what is meant by a Reggio-inspired approach and how early childhood educators can use pedagogical documentation to enhance their own learning and development while improving learning outcomes for children.
In this episode of The Preschool Podcast, we connect with Evelyn Knight, CEO of Childcare Business Professionals, an organization that helps owners and directors through mentorship and providing resources. Evelyn discusses her passion for ensuring the centers are set up for success at their center even if they're not physically there. In this episode, Evelyn discusses how directors, owners and, admins can ensure that their center can run efficiently even while you're not physically present in the center.
Roxanne Thompson, National Presenter and Content Specialist from Learning Without Tears. Roxanne discusses the power and benefits that crayons have to teach young children fine motor development. Roxanne provides our listeners with several tips and ideas on how to encourage fine motor skills and how both educators and parents can make using crayons accessible and easy.
Happy 2022! We're revisiting one of our most popular Preschool Podcast episodes to kick off the new year. In Episode 153, Ellen Drolette, author of the book Overcoming Teacher Burnout in Early Childhood chats with HiMama's CEO, Ron Spreeuwenberg all about burnout in the field of early childhood education.