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This mini e-course introduces early learning educators, caregivers, and students to how they can capture, lift up, and communicate with families the everyday yet extraordinary learning of infants, toddlers, preschoolers, and young children.
In this video, Susan Josephs, from Hoopoe Books, talks about this convergence of values, shared knowledges, and partnership. She also introduces the brain research that supports a relational way of sharing stories that speaks to children and adults of all ages.
Racism. Since George Floyd’s death, we are looking into its face with new eyes. In this article, Susan Ramsay explores the challenge in early childhood education of teaching young children in the context of racism and white privilege.
The power of story is in the words and silences. ‘Once upon a time,’ the storyteller begins. Words – four words – capture attention and frame the listeners’ expectations. In this Reflection Susan explores the power of stories in the practice of early learning.