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Best Practices for Promoting Development: Birth to Age Three Tuesday, August 14, 2018 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm EDT Presented by Sally Goldberg, Ph.D., Early Childhood Educator Sponsored by Gryphon House REGISTER HERE JOIN THE LIVE SESSION You’ll be emailed a CE certificate within 24 hours of the edWebinar. edWeb members can download personalized […]Continue reading
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This post is a part of the Volunteer Spot blogger campaign for back-to-school. My parents raised their daughters with a sense of volunteerism, from birth. Over the years my volunteering has taken on various forms, especially in the classroom. Flashback: The evolution of the judgmental mother (2010 post) Since writing that guest post last year, […]Continue reading
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Comment below to enter for a Rainy Day Play Kit from Wikki Stix! One winner will be drawn from random.org after November 2nd. Just in time for holiday gift giving! *This giveaway is now CLOSED. Comment #3 was selected from random.org as the winner. Congrats to Daniel! Thank you to everyone who entered. Tell us […]Continue reading
Guest post provided by VolunteerSpot: We’ve recently launched a new VolunteerSpot back to school center and we’re looking for help getting the word out that our schools and teachers need parents’ help this year more than ever. Given budget cuts, parents will be asked to step-up and help in the classroom, on the campus, and […]Continue reading