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Assessment: What We Need to Stop, Start and Keep Doing?

Sam Chaltain with Scott Hartl, Ron Berger

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This is the third episode discussing the 10 part video series "A Year at Mission Hill" hosted by Sam Chaltain. In this segment we look at question of authentic assessment. What are we doing right? What needs to change?

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Full Inclusion: Good idea, But...

Sam Chaltain with Timothy P. Shriver

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This is the second episode discussing the 10 part video series "A Year at Mission Hill" hosted by Sam Chaltain. In this segment we look at the real and practical challenges of including students with special needs into the general school population. Shriver argues that inclusion is not a one- size-fits-all notion and that all students don't have to be in the same classroom to feel or be included.

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Fear of Men in Early Childhood Education

Lylah Alphonse, Ron McGuckin, and Bryan Nelson

pic Whether its on the quiet or in your face the fear of men in early education is widespread. Yes, it's difficult to quantify and talk about, but It's real. From parents, to administrators the fear of men who work with young children has a significant impact in classrooms and beyond. We brought together a parent, a male educator and early education attorney to look at the fear and the reality of Men in ECE.
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Dealing With the Unspoken Issues Male Early Childhod Educators Face

Ginsberg, Mason, Nelson, Boyden

pic Many of the biggest challenges men in early childhood education face are taboo topics that are rarely openly discussed. This segment brings together four male early childhood educators in a heart to heart conversation about these unspoken challenges and how to deal with them.
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5 Ways to Attract and Keep Men in Early Childhood Education

Pica and Ginsberg with Bryan Nelson

pic Bryan Nelson says there are several reasons why there are so few men in early childhood education. Bryan explains why the lack of males is a significant problem and details a number things we can do to attract and keep more men to the field.
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