Early education is not child’s play

Early education is not child’s play

Reggio Emilia exhibit offers preschool teachers chance to learn innovative approach. (originally appeared in Commonwealth Magazine) AS PARENTS, TAXPAYERS, and legislators consider how best to invest in early childhood, we need more clarity about what a high-quality...
Closing Reception: Drop-In

Closing Reception: Drop-In

Come see the exhibit for the last time at our Closing Reception: Drop-In on November 14th from 4-8 with special guest Tiziana Filippini....
Tiziana Filippini

Tiziana Filippini

We are delighted to welcome Tiziana Filippini for our closing events. Join us with Tiziana at our conference on November 12th from 8:30-3:30 and our closing on November 14th from 4-8....
Exhibit Shows Examples of High Quality Early Childhood Education

Exhibit Shows Examples of High Quality Early Childhood Education

I have been a Preschool and Pre-K teacher for 15 years. I am happy that the scientific and economic research that shows the life long positive impacts of quality early childhood education is starting to lead to more investments and expansion of early childhood...
The Wonder of Learning: an inspiring exhibit for everyone

The Wonder of Learning: an inspiring exhibit for everyone

A child scribbles a spiral on a piece of paper. What should a teacher say in response? One answer: “Lovely.” Why? To encourage the child to keep drawing, because it’s by doing more drawing that a child gets to explore art and the horizons of his or her talent. That’s...