General Teaching Topics, Uncategorized

How to Take Back Your Weekend in Three Easy Steps – Dream. Plan. Play.

Do you reach Sunday night or Monday morning feeling exhausted yet unproductive? Friday was two minutes ago, and you had so many things you wanted to do over the weekend. But the weekend ran away from you. There is a simple strategy to take back your weekend that involves three easy steps: Dream, Plan and Play. This… Read More How to Take Back Your Weekend in Three Easy Steps – Dream. Plan. Play.

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Self-esteem. How do we support young children in building their self-esteem?

It is pretty common knowledge that a healthy self-esteem and confidence are important for young children. This is especially true in the early years while finding their own identity. It is important for educators, parents, and caregivers to know how to support children in creating and maintaining a healthy self-esteem. A healthy self-esteem will prepare them for… Read More Self-esteem. How do we support young children in building their self-esteem?

Deaf Education, General Teaching Topics, Regular Education

Babies and Sign Language – A Wonderful Combination

When working with children who have hearing loss you will discover there is a variety of communication modality options – Sign Language (American Sign Language OR English Sign Language), Auditory-Oral, Auditory-Verbal, Total Communication, etc. We will be expanding more on these options in the future, but for now I would like to highlight one modality… Read More Babies and Sign Language – A Wonderful Combination