As Allison Tucker shared this week, our work as educators is to learn and share, converse and question, consume and connect.
This week, education blogger Cathy Baker shared her recent experiences with parents, and she asked some important questions about parent and community expectations. Visit the site (button above) and you will also see comments from Aviva Dunsiger.
The status quo is a big ship to turn. The word "play" is not one parents immediately connect to learning. While as educators we have learned much about the critical importance of inquiry in learning, our communities have not had the opportunity to do this learning.
How are we, as educators, helping parents understand the value of play and self-regulation in the long-term success of their child? Will Richardson and Bruce Dixon discuss this in this episode of the Modern Learner's Podcast.
The quote below is from Timeless Learning (2018) by Ira Socol, Pam Moran and Chad Ratliff.