The Greatest….No.

This weekend we went to the movie The Greatest Showman. While I wasn’t looking for a life changing lesson in that 2 hours, it came anyway. During the movie the lyrics of the song From Now On hit me hard: While I can’t say I have had the honor of meeting Kings and Queens, I can... Continue Reading →

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Leadership In The Digital Age: Considering The 3C’s

Earlier this year, the TEC Center asked early childhood educators, libraries, museums, home-daycare providers, parents, and children’s media developers to connect how the work of the TEC Center and the NAEYC/Fred Rogers Center joint position statement has impacted their practice. See how we are working to meet the needs of our youngest learners. http://teccenter.erikson.edu/tec/3cs/    

Finding joy in the journey, not just the final outcome.

Two weeks ago I ran the California International Marathon with my very dear friend Adam Welcome. Marathon weekend was an incredible experience that created memories I will never forget.   Since I have come back home I have been asked what my favorite part of the race was...my answer the training. While the actual race took under... Continue Reading →

All In! Finding Ways to Create Partnerships with Families in Your School.

One of the things I am passionate about in schools in making meaningful connections with families. As a former middle school administrator and current early childhood leader I know from practice that parents are a child’s first teacher and a strong bridge between school and home.  In education we have many strategies and tools we... Continue Reading →

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