2019 has been a whirlwind of a year for us here at HiMama. We wanted to take the time this holiday season to thank all the wonderful guests that have come on our show and our audience for listening in, sharing, and recommending people for us to talk to about early childhood education.
We have ended 2019 with our 180th episode and interviewed 50 people this year. We’ve covered topics like Advocacy, Leadership, Curriculum and Mental Health in early childhood education.
Thanks to you, our show has grown by 60% this year!
We thought that being cozy over the holidays might just be the right time to binge some episodes. So, get into some comfy clothes, make a hot drink, and settle in because we have curated our top 10 episodes for 2019 just for you.
Overcoming Teacher Burnout in Early Childhood with Ellen Drolette from Positive Spin LLC
Reggio-Inspired Space For Teachers & Families with Bernadette Testani, Owner of Atelier Kids
Montessori and Minimalism with Simone Davies, Author of The Montessori Toddler
Learned Optimism in Early Childhood with Laura Colker & Derry Koralek, Authors of Making Lemonade: Teaching Young Children to Think Optimistically
Using Mindfulness to Organize an Early Years Classroom with Catarina Peterson, Author of Golden Sparkles
What Would Fred Rogers Do? with Dr. Junlei Li, Scholar at The Harvard School of Education
Tools For Life & Socio-emotional Development with Allen Croxall & Dr. Regina Rees
The Joy of Movement for Young Kids with Mary Lynn Hafner, Author of The Joy Of Movement
Rhythm & Writing for Preschool with Nikki Wilson, Founder of the Rhythm and Writing Program
Managing Autism Spectrum Disorder in Preschool with Amy Huebner, Faculty at St. Philip’s College
We hope you’ve enjoyed these conversations and maybe even connected with our guests. Let us know what you would like us to focus on for 2020 in the comments – we’d love to hear from you.
Have an amazing holiday season and we will resume our regular programming in the new year.