The Centered Teacher

DSCN9511After much thought I have decided to write a blog.  My intent is to share thoughts, ideas, and knowledge about working in early childhood education with a focus on information of interest to classroom teachers of children ages 0-6. The Centered Teacher is one who puts the child/children at the center of all her decisions. Developmentally appropriate practices are implemented in all areas of her classrooms. She is always looking for better ways to move her class and individuals to the next level in all domains.   Learning centers such as dramatic play, discovery table, writing, and art should be an important part of her classroom.  Through this blog, I hope readers will find ways to become a more centered teacher.

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4 thoughts on “The Centered Teacher

  1. I am children’s librarian and we have a special program for 0-6 year old’s called miniThinkers in my library system (anythinklibraries.org). I hope to hear some great ideas on what I can bring to my kids.

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    • I love any program that promotes early literacy. I will keep your program in mind when I’m considering topics. Good luck with miniThinkers.

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