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Intentional Whole Child Development with Educators and Parents

Intentional Whole Child Development with Educators and Parents

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November 29, 2017 | Ron Spreeuwenberg
How can we give children space to learn and support parents in approaching early education with spaciousness?



Episode 72 -How can we use approachable language to communicate the importance of early education to parents? Parents don't always have an opportunity to explore the advantages of early learning in the business of working lives. Amanda Morgan explores how approaches in early education can also be applied to parenting. She advocates for creating simple links between teachers and parents, and ensuring that parents without a background in early education can still recognize the value of the field. How can educators can embrace educating parents on early learning? Parents can feel pressure to encourage their children to meet milestones (reading, toliet training) earlier and earlier. How can we give children space to learn and support parents in approaching early education with spaciousness? Listen and find out.

Ms. Morgan is a writer, teacher, speaker, trainer, and mom. I advocate for children and for childhood, and for intentional, whole child development. Find out more here.





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