My life has just been plain crazy the past few weeks. First and foremost, I am knee deep in getting ready to open my center. The waiting is the worst. Our paperwork has been in over a month, and last I spoke with the Department of Human Services we were next up on their list […]Read more "Wise Words on Teaching"
I’d like to take some time to share some assumptions we can have about other countries and their educational systems found from the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development. It stands out most to me that, in education, so many times assumptions are made, and comparisons drawn and these assumptions and comparisons take on their […]Read more "Assessment Assumptions – World View"
I am a big believer in whole-child assessment. I have always been dumbfounded when I see a Preschool or Pre-K teacher place a huge emphasis on checking off letters, numbers and shapes that a child can identify for the purpose of assessment. Put in perspective, it doesn’t really matter if they have 26 check marks […]Read more "Whole Child Assessment"