We’re looking back at our most-read articles in 2022! Take a look and see if you missed one of these popular posts.
We’re taking a look back at our most-read articles in 2022! Take a look and see if you missed one of these popular posts.
#1 Gratitude, sympathy, sharing: helping children practice prosocial skills at home
#2 A vicious circle: how the child care staffing crisis leads to real consequences for children
#3 New, first-of-its-kind RIOS™ guide fills a need for reflective supervision practitioners
#4 New tip sheets for early childhood professionals
#5 Building Family Resiliency: a new podcast for early childhood professionals
#6 “Without it, I would have to find easier work”: a new report describes reflective supervision in the field
#7 “Kids don’t need us to fix everything; they need us to witness it”: Kristin Irrer on social-emotional development
#8 Helping child care providers reach their goals: a Q & A with Kami Alvarez, professional development specialist in Minnesota’s DHS
#9 Bailey, Meuwissen present to delegation from National Conference of State Legislatures
What would you like to see us write about in 2023? Tell us at firstname.lastname@example.org! Meanwhile, we hope all our readers and our colleagues in the early childhood sector enjoy a peaceful and joyful holiday season. We are grateful for you!
Tags: child care, early childhood education, infant and early childhood mental health, parents and caregivers, professional development, reflective practice, staff and faculty, TARSS