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December 17, 2012
The whole art of teaching is only the art of awakening the natural curiosity of young minds for the purpose of satisfying it afterwards.
In the wake of the tragic shooting in Connecticut, many of you will be working with children and families who will have questions, concerns, and fears you need to deal with. And, it is important that you deal with these issues forthrightly and appropriately. We have surveyed members of the Exchange community and they have recommended these resources, which you may refer to in guiding how to respond:
For next 24 hours, the Beginnings Professional Development Workshop Acting Against Violence is on sale at a 60% discount.
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- Understanding and Responding to the Violence in Children's Lives
by Diane E. Levin
- Early Childhood Professionals - Partners with Parents Helping Young Children Exposed to Violence
by Beverly Roberson Jackson
- Shelter from the Storm - Using the Classroom to Help Children Cope with Violence
by Betsy McAlister Groves and Sally Mazur
- Power Rangers - An Exposive Topic
by Diane E. Levin
- Supporting Teachers to Create a Culture for Non-Violence
by Margie Carter
- Listening to Understand Violence - The Voices of Youth
by Susan Hopkins and Susie Peppers
- A Message about Violence Prevention from Youth to Early Childhood Teachers
by Diane E. Levin and Nancy Carlsson-Page
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