Category Archives: Early Childhood Education

Early Childhood Education

Benefits of Attending Auburn’s Leveraging Learning iPad Institute

Auburn Schools (ME), an early adopter of 1to1 iPads in primary grades, hosts the annual Leveraging Learning Institute on the topic. Registration for the Nov 12-14 Institute opens at noon (ET) on August 21. Dr. David Murphy, RSU 44 Superintendent (Bethel, ME), … Continue reading

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Is Research on Cursive and the Brain Enough?

Ok. There are clearly better ways to spend a Sunday morning… But I came across this article about what research says learning cursive does to your brain. As I am sure is happening in many districts, some parents, community members, … Continue reading

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We Must Invest in Our Early Learners

Throughout my career as an educator, most of the initiatives, opportunities, and concerns about public education seem to have focused on the upper grades, on high school. And yet, if we want the biggest bang for our buck, the largest … Continue reading

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