Preschool teachers will find classroom information about home and school connections, roles and duties of the teacher of the young child. Here you will find valuable information for the preschool or Pre K teacher at all age levels of infant teacher, toddler teacher and preschool teacher.
Don’t spend a mint on prepackaged assessment and observation forms. These online resources have what you need! Combine your objective observations with anecdotal records and children’s work to provide a thorough and thoughtful picture of individual student development.
What is the relationship between learning and cognition? You really cannot have one without the other. This introduction to the subject explains the differences between the two, and how they complement each other, as well as reviewing Piaget’s four stages of cognitive development.
Frequently communicating to parents and guardians of students in your ECE classroom can help build continuity between learning at school and at home. Here we look at tips for building strong parent-teacher relationships, and an example of a communication letter that introduces a new thematic unit.
Have you spent hours trying to figure out what your class rules should be, how to teach them, and how to implement them? Wrack your brains no further. This article will walk you through the process of creating rules your preschoolers can follow, from beginning to end.