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August 29, 2019

Susan realized that the most important aspect of teaching really is building relationships with her students. Lesson plans may change, but really seeing students as whole people with needs and lives outside of the classroom helps her to reach them and teach in an impac...

August 22, 2019

What does quality time really mean? And what do the studies show about how to get that time and how much our kids really need. The answers may surprise you! Listen to this episode to learn about research done that may change the way you look at time with your kids.

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August 15, 2019

Meeting with the school to discuss your child's needs can be an emotional experience. Parent want what's best for their child, but are in a situation that is unfamiliar and can be uncomfortable. Meg Flangan helps parents to navigate this tough situaion. In this episode...

August 8, 2019

How many times have you thought, I want to write my own children's book? But you haven't done it because there are so many obstacles in the way: finding a publisher, an illustrator, and more. What if you could outsource the hard work to a simple website and publish you...

August 1, 2019

As a college instructor at Illinois State, Erika Romero focuses on teaching future teachers. Her children's literature classes use literature to explore the meaning and life experiences of the students. Children's literature is targeted to children but is still complex...

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