Archive for October, 2012
According to Today’s Family News, “72% of Canadians believe that spanking should remain a legal option for Canadian parents. This includes 57% of parents who say they never spank their children. “ http://www.todaysfamilynews.ca/tfn/family/statsFacts/Stats&Facts.htm As a professional working with children, would you encourage a class discussion around spanking? Why or why not?
“Mindfulness is paying attention here and now with kindness and curiosity.” (http://www.mindfuleducation.org/whatismindfulness.html) With all of the hustle and bustle in the classroom, I wonder if our students might benefit from practicing mindfulness on a daily basis.
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Tools for Life is pleased to announce publication of the 2017 Early Learning teaching manual offering emergent learning for Child Care, and inquiry-led, play-based Skills for Full Day Kindergarten. The FDK section of the teaching manual aligns with 2016 Ontario Ministry of Education guidelines regarding play-based learning. This FDK section was completed in collaboration with […]
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Country Hills Public School
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Inge Ford – W.T. Townshend School
“When I attended the Tools for Life workshop, I was amazed at how much my child knew, and how we can use the tools to deal with problems at home.”