The winter break is fast approaching. How are you celebrating the lead-up to the holidays in your child-care centre or school?
In an article titled Holidays and Anti-Bias Education: Being Thoughtful and Creative, Julie Bisson and Louise Derman-Spark encourage early childhood educators to plan celebrations thoughtfully, so that all children and educators in their communities feel affirmed. The article addresses questions like these:
According to the World Economic Forum, we can expect 5.1 million jobs to be lost to robotics and artificial intelligence by 2020. Think about your current job. What aspects of your job could a robot do? (Do you really want to be doing this part of your job, anyway?) How will your job change, or will it even be around in 2020?
As far as we can tell, there appear to be three kinds of editing courses: how-to courses, how-well-you courses, and what-to courses. What do we mean by these course categories, and which kind of course is right for you?
Many editing course providers offer how-to-edit courses in a variety of editing disciplines. If you want to learn how to copyedit a report, proofread a digital poster, or develop a piece of fiction, you’ll want to explore courses like the ones offered in the following programs:
Do you search online for early childhood education news, topics, and activity ideas? Here are our blog and website picks for RECEs in Ontario. We’ve sorted our picks into categories and suggested a few quick reads.
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