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Hello educators, are you feeling burnt out and frustrated with the early childhood profession? Maybe you’re losing your passion and drive for the field. Do you want to continue to give quality programming and care within your program? How about finding the time and space for professional development and growth? If these questions speak to you, then The Inspiring Early Childhood Educator podcast is for you! In this podcast, you will find actionable tips for running and managing a successful c ...
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Shine Bright EYM proudly presents Shine On, a podcast series for prospective and current Early Childhood Education Professionals. A podcast to engage, celebrate, and advocate for the Early Years sector through collaborative discussions with professionals in the industry. Drawing inspiration from our guiding philosophy document The Shine Bright Way, we’ll be bringing you a series of conversations, inspirations, and big ideas from all aspects of the Early Childhood Sector. From keeping the joy ...
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The podcast is dedicated for the sole purpose of education, enlightenment of on anything pertaining to Childcare, Children, education and the world in which they live. View our website at https://www.rainbowchildcarelearning.com/podcast-early-childhood-coach-with-a-childcare-expe Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/reshaun-webb-m-ed/support
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We're here to inform, educate and advocate for all things related to early childhood. From nurturing healthy development to overcoming behavioral challenges and recognizing mental health needs, welcome to Centering Kids: Advice from the experts at The Florida Center for Early Childhood. Our podcast publishes on the first of every month!
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Where we discusses everything business related in early childhood education ranging from home and center based facilities, various food programs, home schooling, family friends and neighbors, curriculum, compensation, education requirements and advocacy. At times we may add a pop of politics to keep things interesting. I am, Alethea Etinoff, a national speaker and childcare advocate who resides in the DMV. @thebusinessofece #earlychildhoodeducation #childcare #business #familychildcare #prek ...
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Can children learn by playing? Of course they can! Listen in on this podcast brought to you by Kide Science to hear from some of the world's leading experts on STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics) and Early Childhood Education! Kide Science is research backed, and we are developed by teachers, for teachers.
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As the title suggests, this podcast series is for early childhood educators who want to spend more time on the floor whilst meeting their regulatory needs. As early Childhood Professionals, we understand the frustrations and complexity of the framework and these conversations will give you those quick wins and worry free time. With a little bit of advice, informative conversations and stress free strategy, we are here to guide and support the sector with compliance and capacity building.
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Author Nancy Rosenow, advisor at Dimensions Educational Research Foundation, joins host Heather Bernt-Santy to discuss her new book, Encouragement Every Day, “a collection of 366 quotes and daily nuggets thoughtfully curated by Nancy…as she journeys along with you. A little something for everyone — offering support, joy and high fives as you embrac…
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Heather Bernt-Santy talks with Carol Garboden Murray about the ways that idealizing or romanticizing children or childhood can prevent us from seeing them as fully human. Thanks for listening! Save 10% on professional development from Explorations Early Learning and support the show with the coupon code NERD. Like the show? Consider supporting our …
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In this episode, Heather is joined by Mike Huber, who has some thoughts about young children, power, and play. Thanks for listening! If you’d like to help support the show, you can do that here: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/heatherf Thanks for listening! Save 10% on professional development from Explorations Early Learning and support the show with…
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This episode kicks off a series of podcast episodes that we’re having with the presenters that we had at our December 2023 Embracing The Early Years Professional Learning Day. In this episode “A Conversation With Mary Gordon About Roots and Seeds of Empathy” you will hear ASCY’s Susan Lepore have a conversation with Mary Gordon about how to build a…
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Lisa Murphy cohosts to explore a mind blowing new (but really pretty old) perspective on “patience”. Thanks for listening! Like the show? Consider supporting our work by becoming a Patron, shopping our Amazon Link, or sharing it with someone who might enjoy it. You can leave a comment or ask a question here. Click here for more Heather. Here’s the …
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After reading Peter Gray’s article, “Beware of ‘Evidence Based Preschool Curricula,’ Mike Huber and I decided we needed to dig in to how curriculum and practices labeled “evidence based” and “research based” should not be given a free pass. Thanks for listening! Save 10% on professional development from Explorations Early Learning and support the s…
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“Human rights belong to everyone from cradle to grave and everywhere in between, irrespective of who we are or where we come from.” (Alison Tonkin) Join host Heather Bernt-Santy and Guest Nerd Lisa Murphy for a conversation of play as a child’s human right, and what that means for us in the big picture as well as in our daily work. Find more on Art…
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Are you ready to take on the holiday season without feeling burnt out? In this episode of The Inspiring ECE Podcast, we dive into how you can survive the end of the year and actually enjoy the holiday break. This episode is all about giving you the tools and motivation to make the most of your well-deserved break.…
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Alex and Sophie are in conversation with Nicole Lees. Nicole is a consultant for Be You with Early Childhood Australia. Nicole’s background includes educator and leadership roles, consultancy and research. She spent several years working in the education sector in Japan and South Korea. Nicole’s experience in early childhood education across three …
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FINALLY! It’s been so long since Lisa Murphy was on the show! After hanging out at the NAEYC conference Expo/Vendor Hall, Lisa and host Heather Bernt-Santy have some thoughts about the priorities and messages of the Vendor Hall, teacher developmental stages (sort of) and what we WISH had been there. Want more Lisa? (Of course you do!): https://www.…
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In this episode you will hear ASCY’s Nicole Colterman have a conversation with Shannon Elfner and Nicole Bloomkvist from Mary Poppins Co op Preschool in Caledonia. Shannon and Nicole will ask us to think about the celebrations that we typically acknowledge and celebrate in child care programs, and how and why we may consider celebrating something e…
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Leading up to Christmas break can be stressful for early childhood educators. Children are so excited about Christmas and going on break that we tend to see an increase in unwanted behaviors and more challenges with listening. I share some actionable tips for managing behaviors during the holidays in today's episode. These tips will help you go fro…
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You’ve heard Stacy Benge on a previous episode, but we had to bring her back! This book is SO GOOD, folks. Join host Heather Bernt-Santy, Mike Huber and Stacy for this discussion of visual perception, how it differs from “eyesight,” and why it matters for our developmentally informed support of children’s literacy. Use code ECENERD for 15% off The …
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Kathryn Foley is kindergarten teacher at Nyah West Kindergarten, where she has taught for 35 years. In this episode, Alex and Sophie speak with Kathryn about making every moment matter in early childhood, being brave in trying new things, what it means to be 'school ready', inquiry based projects, coaching in early childhood spaces and so much more…
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Join me in celebrating an incredible journey as we mark the first anniversary of the Inspiring ECE Podcast! 🎉 In this special episode, I express my heartfelt gratitude to each and every listener who has been a part of this inspiring community. Your support, encouragement, and positive energy have made this past year truly remarkable. Tune in as I r…
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“Childhood is full of invisible intentions. The ones that, without listening, would bloom and die without our knowledge.” -Ron Grady Tune in to hear Ron talk more about these intentions, the relational energy of materials in early childhood spaces, and honoring the moment with children to host Heather Bernt-Santy. Find more about Ron’s blog and/or …
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Did you know that some early childhood folx have strong feelings AGAINST pushing children on swings? What started as text chat between Mike Huber and Carol Garboden Murray (and was then shared with host Heather Bernt-Santy) turned into a really good episode about child development, adult roles and a “serve and return” that is both literal and theor…
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Early Childhood Center Research Assistant, Kayla O'Neill, interviews Occupational Therapist Nancy Simmons on Mental Well Being in Early Intervention.Early Childhood Center, Indiana Institute on Disability and Communty, Indiana University
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Early Childhood Center Research Associate, Kayla O'Neill, interviews Developmental Therapist, Katherine Hargreaves about using the coaching model to deliver services to children in Indiana. Hargreaves has worked in both early intervention and/or Early Head Start in Maryland, Washington D.C., Virginia, Illinois, and Indiana. As part of the Indiana F…
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Early Childhood Center Research Assistant, Kayla O'Neill, interviews Service Coordinator and Educational Resources Specialist, Charissa Darland on tips for working with families.Early Childhood Center, Indiana Institute on Disability and Communty, Indiana University
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Lynne Hall, Reserch Associate at the Early Childhood Center, Indiana Institute on Disability and Community, Indiana University interviews Alex Otto a former pre-school teacher and current Head Start administrator.Early Childhood Center, Indiana Institute on Disability and Communty, Indiana University
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Dr. Katie Herron talks about transitions with Betty Lou Rowe, an educational consultant for the Indiana Resource Center for Autism (IRCA) and Indiana School Mental Health Initiative (ISMHI) at the Indiana Institute on Disability and Community, Indiana University, Bloomington.Early Childhood Center, Indiana Institute on Disability and Communty, Indiana University
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Dr. Katie Herron interviews Mike Nevins, a research associate with the Center on Community Living and Careers (CCLC)at the Indiana Institute on Disability and Community, Indiana University, Bloomington. Nevins has a background in transition and postsecondary planning for students with high support needs, community based postsecondary programs, pers…
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In this episode Crystal and Alex speak to Shine Bright Maiden Gully Early Years Hub manager Belinda Quinn. This conversation covers Belinda's career journey, balancing the demands of leadership, the experience of establishing a brand new early learning centre and all she has learnt along the way. Belinda shares with us the details of an exciting re…
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In this episode, “A Conversation About Exploring the Earth and Gardening Outdoors”, you will hear ASCY’s Nicole Colterman have a conversation with Lynn Sheridan and Susie Dyck from Calvary Daycare in Simcoe who discuss the outdoors, gardening and the transformation of their outdoor environments through their earth exploration project. The conversat…
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Host Heather Bernt-Santy and visiting Nerd Carol Garboden Murray are so excited to present this episode for you! Dr Alison Clark, author of Slow Knowledge and the Unhurried Child: Time for Slow Pedagogies in Early Childhood Education. You can buy the book here: https://shorturl.at/uDFS4Want to support Heather's work? You can "Buy Her a Coffee" here…
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Embark on a delightful journey through the realms of Early Childhood Education with our enchanting episode. Connect, blossom, and shine in our vibrant "ECE Harmony Connection" Facebook group, a sanctuary of support, growth, and heartwarming camaraderie. Discover the world of ECE like never before—subscribe for uplifting conversations that nurture y…
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In this episode, “A Conversation About Being in Relationship with the Outdoors”, you will hear ASCY’s Kim Burns have a conversation with Kaylee Talbot and Amelia Pratt from Village Treehouse Childcare, who share their views on outdoor environments and how they work with children and families on creating a respect for the outdoors, through gardening…
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It's a question that comes up whenever Heather talks about play--what do we do when children don't know how to play? Listen in as she talks through some possibilities with beloved Nerds Richard Cohen, Bethany Corrie, Mike Huber, and special guest-who-didn't-know-she'd-be-a-guest-when-she-logged-in, Annie Friday!…
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Dr. Katie Herron interviews long-time First Steps Service Coordinator and Research Assistant about how to help families transition out of First Steps.Early Childhood Center, Indiana Institute on Disability and Communty, Indiana University
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In this empowering episode of the "Inspiring ECE" podcast, join Marcia Nicole on a journey beyond the surface as she tackles the formidable challenge of negative self-talk. With raw honesty and statistical insights, Marcia dives into the reality of severe imposter syndrome and the hours lost on social media comparisons. Drawing from her own triumph…
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In this episode, Crystal and Sophie are in conversation with Amelia Johnson. Amelia Johnson is a social worker, art therapist and PhD student. She is also a proud mother of 3 adult children, a daughter, sister, niece, aunty, friend and lover of making, creating and enjoying the simple things. She began her career in family support and co-ordinating…
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You all! It's the 300th episode of the show! And you know what special episodes mean? PAJAMA PARTY! Put on some jammies, grab a favorite beverage, and join the Nerd Collective as we talk about how gross our obsession with school readiness is and how it negatively impacts children and our profession.
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Dr. Katie Herron from the Early Childhood Center interviews long-time preschool teacher and Research Associate, Lynne Hall, on implicit bias in the early childhood classroom.Early Childhood Center, Indiana Institute on Disability and Communty, Indiana University
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Tune in for a conversation about attempts to define quality, gatekeeping in early childhood, myths about one type of care being automatically higher quality, and more with Heather Bernt-Santy and Lizz Nolasco. Want to support Heather's work? You can do that on her Buy Me a Coffee page! https://www.buymeacoffee.com/heatherfNeed some That Early Child…
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Dive into a celebration like no other with Marcia Nicole in "The ECE Appreciation Note: Bursting with Cheers and Gratitude." Join the love fest dedicated to the architects of dreams, the builders of futures, and the heartbeat of every lively classroom—our incredible early childhood educators. From the enchanting symphony of learning to toasts to re…
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Dans l'épisode d'aujourd'hui; "Une conversation sur les cheminements de carrière et le mentorat", vous entendrez Nancy Baverstock, d’ASCY, en conversation avec Julie Oke, Directrice du programme Le Petit Navire, discuter le rôle important que les relations professionnelles et le mentorat ont joué dans sa carrière. Nous vous souhaitons une bonne éco…
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Have you ever thought about establishing a bush kinder program? In this episode, Alex and Sophie are in conversation with Nicole Howie. We explore what bush kinder looks like at Shine Bright Huntly Kindergarten, the incredible benefits and learning outcomes for children, and the challenges that arise from time to time. With some beautiful anecdotes…
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In this episode, Alex, Crystal and Sophie explore their respective backgrounds in early childhood education, what this podcast series is all about, and explain The Shine Bright Way as an organisational philosophy. Are you an early childhood educator or looking to join the profession? This is a podcast for you! The Shine On Podcast will be covering …
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YOU GUYS! You have to read Stacy Benge's book "The Whole Child Alphabet: How Young Children Actually Develop Literacy" as soon as you can! Author and speaker Stacy Benge joins Heather Bernt-Santy to discuss this really, very, really important new book. How does physical development strengthen literacy? What do we need to know about visual perceptio…
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Research Assistant Kayla O'Neill talks with Dr. Katie Herron, Director of the Early Chilhood Center, about the importance of having high expectations for children with disabilities and how early intervention providers can support that.Early Childhood Center, Indiana Institute on Disability and Communty, Indiana University
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New York City PreK teacher Helen Frazier joins Heather Bernt-Santy for a discussion of her Chalkbeat article "In Preschool, One Size Doesn't Fit All. So Why is NYC Asking Early Educators to Use a Single Curriculum?"Read the article here: https://ny.chalkbeat.org/2023/7/31/23807750/preschool-creative-curriculum-nycWant to support Heather's work? Her…
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In this episode, "A Conversation About Exploring Inclusive Spaces", you'll hear Susan Lepore, Lynn Vanderbrug, Kayla Davies, and Christina Viola from the ASCY Lynwood School Age Partnership Program share information about a second resource kit that they've created to support educators and children in before and after school programs on creating and…
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I had the pleasure of being a guest on The Elementary STEM Coach Podcast, hosted by Naomi Meredith, where we discussed the challenges of teaching young children STEM. I shared some of my fun and easy-to-implement hands-on strategies that can be helpful for educators and parents alike. Whether you're an early childhood educator, parent, or someone w…
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Heather, Carol Garboden Murray and Bethany Corrie finally get together (woo hoo!) for part 2 of our discussion of Allison Clark's book Slow Knowledge and the Unhurried Child: Time for Slow Pedagogies in Early Childhood Education.
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If the pandemic has taught us anything, it’s Todd is Hahn Porten the child care industry is. It’s within this industry that we help more than just a child. We also help the families.--- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/reshaun-webb-m-ed/messageSupport this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/reshaun-webb…
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In this episode of the Inspiring ECE Podcast, your host, Marcia Nicole, takes you on a journey into the wondrous world of nurturing meaningful relationships with the young minds in our care. Discover the magic behind crafting bonds that not only inspire but also shape a child's future. From the simplicity of saying "hello" to understanding emotiona…
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In this episode, “A Conversation About Gender Diversity with Marc Battle, Alan Thomson and Jeff Bushell, you will hear ASCY’s Nicole Colterman facilitate a conversation with Marc, Alan and Jeff as they dig into many layers of being male early childhood educators. Our three male guests will discuss the issues, challenges and perks of being male ECEs…
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🍂 Fall back in with the Inspiring ECE Podcast! 🍂 We're excited to announce that we're going back to weekly episodes, and this fall season is bursting with fresh adventures, inspiration, and growth. Join us as we unveil a sneak peek of what's on the menu for our upcoming episodes. Plus, discover how you can get involved in the conversation and be pa…
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If you haven't read the 2019 book Let the Children Play: How More Play will Save Our Schools and Help Children Thrive, you're missing out! The book's authors, William Doyle and Pasi Sahlberg, join Heather for a conversation about play, schools, 21st century skills....and George Costanza?
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