Vicissitude –a change of circumstance or fortune, most likely an unwelcome or unpleasant one. Words have always held a fascination … Continue reading The importance of being “stuck”
Birdsong echoes throughout the sky as I break chunks of melting ice and snow with a ice scraper. I work … Continue reading Pedagogical Narration as Leadership
What is reconciliation? The discussion has been going on in Canada since 2015, when the TRC released its final report. … Continue reading How do we live reconciliation?
I spent some time in a post secondary classroom this week, and introduced ecological systems theory to first-year early childhood … Continue reading Why ecological systems matter in ECE
As part of my professional journey this year, I have undertaken a leadership initiative through ECEBC. My goal is to … Continue reading Where does the journey begin?
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Who am I if not an early childhood educator? This was a question I thought about… Continue reading When I Left the Role as an Early Childhood Educator
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Once upon a time, long long ago, in a land not so far away–in a time… Continue reading Art & Science: Thoughts about RIE®
As an early years student, I remember one professor in particular stating that in order to be effective educators, we … Continue reading “Troubling our practice…”