Learning for Families
How can your team clearly communicate with families the many concepts and skills children are building through everyday play? Using this NEW training, you and your team will explore and practice the features of high-quality documentation as a tool to strengthen family engagement and deepen families’ understanding of the link between play and learning.
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Hi, Liz! I will send you an email in regards to your ExchangeEveryDay.
Linda, thank YOU for continuing to teach others how important play is for children/everyone.
Francis, I appreciate you sharing your wife's experience on this topic. It's definitely different for other cultures.
-Tiffany at Exchange
Hi, I am signed up to receive Exchange EveryDay but have not been receiving them. I tried to sign up again but it wouldn't let me saying I'm already signed up. I really enjoy these daily sharing's. Can you please check to see what the problem may be, Thank You!
I applaud Exchange for promoting play in ECC. I absolutely agree with you. THANK YOU!
I'm semi-retired now but every so often I do some training for a local college or for church preschools and I always push play and brain research.
While it is critically important to educate families - particularly families of students who often struggle in school - about the tremendous value of play, in my experience it's the school and early childhood program that can have the most positive impact on this issue. My wife used to teach in a predominantly Black elementary school where the Black principal would declare in staff meetings that, "When I visit our ECE program I don't want to see children just playing!" Minority families desperately want their children to succeed, so its imperative that early childhood programs and schools send a very strong message about the value of play.