Review: The Original Learning Approach

Review: The Original Learning Approach

The Original Learning Approach by Suzanne Axelsson I have learned and grown from my connection with Suzanne Axelsson – first through her blog posts Interaction Imagination, and later through conversations I had with her in person in Stockholm when I would go there to...
Our Image of Children – the Competent Child

Our Image of Children – the Competent Child

… with the words of Carla Rinaldi I recently had the privilege of taking part in a study tour with educators from Ontario and Australia to delve more deeply in the pedagogy of the Reggio Emi lia Approach (REA). The days were intense as we listen and thought...
Awe and Wonder

Awe and Wonder

Winter was losing steam. The air still felt cool on the children’s rosy cheeks, but the mounds of snow on the playground had given deference to the warming morning sun. Puddles of melted snow now lay in the dips and crevices of the half-thawed earth.  The magnetism of...
Teacher Appreciation – Our Dandelion Story is written for you.

Teacher Appreciation – Our Dandelion Story is written for you.

I’ve been learning about dandelions – learning that they are packed with calcium, iron and vitamins C and A. I have become more appreciative too of their importance in springtime to bees and other pollinators. But it wasn’t until I stumbled upon The Dandelion Story by...
Harnessing Virtual Co-working for Early Learning Educators

Harnessing Virtual Co-working for Early Learning Educators

Harnessing Virtual Co-working and Body Doubling: A Game-Changer for Early Learning Educators In the digital age, the concept of working alongside others has evolved beyond physical spaces, introducing virtual co-working as a dynamic tool for professionals across...