Teach Like Finland? Yes, Like Finland

Rae Pica with Tim Walker and Nancy Flanagan

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Tips for teachers on ways to take the best practices of teaching in Finland and apply them in your classroom.

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How More "Breaks" Improve Teaching and Learning

Rae Pica with Tim Walker and  Nancy Flanagan

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Research tells us that more breaks matter, and guest Tim Walker is seeing the evidence in his teaching. Learn how giving students more free time during the day improves outcomes.

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Proven Practices for Project-Based Learning in Early Childhood

Rae Pica with Carmen Castillo, Yvonne Kogan, and Jill Berkowicz Ed.D

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Project-based learning in the early years has been discussed for many years but still is not common practice. How can early childhood educators easily implement it?

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Helping Children Navigate and Resolve Conflict

Rae Pica with Karen Stephens, MS

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Like adults, children need to know how to resolve conflicts with their peers. How can teachers promote this skill?

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Developmentally Appropriate Reading Instruction in Early Childhood

Rae Pica with Kathleen A. Roskos, Amanda Morgan, MS

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Our guests share smart, appropriate strategies for teaching reading to young children.

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