I write the Early Years column in Science and Children and am interested in bringing the early childhood education world and the science educator world closer together through collaborations. Add your expertise or questions to the NSTA Early Years blog at www.nsta.org/earlyyears
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Yesterday, 12:16 PM in Virtual Emotional Support Animals
Caitlin, your research sounds fascinating! Can you publish it somewhere so others can see your process? It would also be interesting to see a comparison between virtual live “chats” with animals and recorded videos of animals.
I’d love to learn more about it.
Best wishes, Peggy
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Fri, Sep 25, 2020 9:59 AM in Using the NSTA Early Years blog posts and columns
Sharing children's observations as they have experiences with phenomena helps all early childhood educators have new appreciation for what the children they teach may be revealing with their gestures, actions, and talk.
I love hearing how other ECEs approach science and STEM teaching.
Fri, Sep 11, 2020 9:59 AM in Information Literacy During COVID-19
Great question Luke!
As an educator who usually works with pre-K and kindergarten students, I often ask these questions: “what is your evidence?“ And “how do you/we know that?“
The National Association for Media Literacy Education is a wonderful organization for supporting children and adults in becoming media literate.
See their “How ...
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