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News from EarlyEdU: September 2021
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September 2021
News from EarlyEdU

“If you wish to learn swimming you have to go into the water and if you wish to become a problem solver you have to solve problems.” -George Pólya

The EarlyEdU team is excited to welcome a new academic year! We are ready with tools and resources to assist you with online and in-person learning. Learn how EarlyEdU can support your practice and professional development.
 

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Math DREME

Experts from the EarlyEdU Cognition and General Knowledge: Science, Math, and Logic and Reasoning course shared new resources through DREME (Development and Research in Early Math Education). These diverse resources, including video clips, help new teachers create effective math curriculum for young students in preschool through elementary.

Preschool Inclusion and Belonging

Discover a new season of Teacher Time (ECLKC) with a focus on inclusion and belonging for classrooms and families with children from birth to 5. Learn how to support young learners and their families through thoughtful education materials and beneficial learning environments.


Circle Time Magazine, Season 3: Inclusion, the professional development talk show for early child educators, offers you strategies and services to support children with disabilities. Watch this short clip for a glimpse of what this valuable and entertaining season has to offer.

 

EarlyEdU Alliance Highlight Webinars

Two-part faculty/trainer professional development webinar series


October 7, Part One: Cultivate the EarlyEdU Approach: Take a peek inside our free, self-paced, online course designed to help enrich implementation of the EarlyEdU approach and discover resources to boost teaching and training skills. Webinar host Katie Emerson-Hoss and course facilitator Katie Miller will show you how the course is structured and the available resources. You also will hear conversations among faculty and trainers across the country who effectively use video, provide useful formative feedback, and optimize collaborative learning in virtual and in-person classrooms. This webinar is part one of a two-part series (see below). 


November 4, Part Two: Teaching Online with Confidence! Let's dive into teaching online and our newest faculty professional development offering. From modules covering online communications and time management, to designing for equity and inclusion, faculty and trainers from across the country are using this course to complement the EarlyEdU online courses and enhance their online teaching. Join webinar host Katie Emerson-Hoss and course facilitator Katie Miller, to dig into the course and highlight the resources available to you and your organization! 


Register for the webinars. After registering for one or both webinars, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar(s).


Part One: Cultivating the EarlyEdU Approach
Date: Thursday, October 7, 2021
Time: 10–10:30 a.m. PT / 1–1:30 p.m. ET


Part Two: Teaching Online with Confidence
Date: Thursday, November 4, 2021
Time: 10–10:30 a.m. PT / 1–1:30 p.m. ET

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