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  • POSTED: Video from Nov. collaboration

    We have posted the video of our November Early Childhood Science Interest Forum and Young Children and Nature Interest Forum collaboration.  If you didn't have a chance to watch it live, we encourage you to check it out.  Shelia Williams Ridge and Anna Dutke provided an evening of informative, and provocative conversation about taking your students outdoors.  Remember, "there's no such thing as bad weather, only bad clothing! 
    To view the recording, please visit the file "ECSIF/YC&NIF collaboration" in our resource library. We've also added a document containing the links and sites discussed.  Happy viewing!
  • Resources shared at E.M.I.F. gathereing 11/10/20

    Hello, Early Math-ers.

    We enjoyed talking math and sharing ideas with those who made it to the NAEYC E.M.I.F. gathering this evening. Below is a list of the resources that were mentioned.

    We hope to schedule some webinars in the first half of 2021. We heard that people would be interested in exploring more ideas for virtual math and more ways to support families in doing math together.

    Let us know what else you would like from the group! You can post in our space in NAEYC “Hello!” or reach out to us by e-mail.

    Stay safe, stay well, and have some fun with math!

    = Lisa Ginet & Alissa Lange & Ashley Lewis-Presser & Kristen Reed & Lauren Solarski & Jessica Young

    NAEYC E.M.I.F. facilitators

    NAEYC Early Math Interest Forum gathering – 11/10/2020

    resources shared

    Which One Doesn’t Belong?               http://wodb.ca/

    How Many?                                         https://mathforlove.com/      #unitchat       

    6 math books (more on the way?)     https://www.charlesbridge.com/collections/storytelling-math

    For spatial thinking, I love Julie Dillemuth's books: Lucy in the city (https://www.apa.org/pubs/magination/441B170 ) and Mapping my Day (https://www.apa.org/pubs/magination/441B206 ) https://www.juliedillemuth.com/books.html

    Teachers are using Jamboard as a way to build number sense. For example, a slide has a rope (clothesline) and multiple T-shirts shapes. Then there are post it notes that say "Show me 2", "Show me 5" etc. Each child has a slide to work on and have to put the t-shirts on the clothesline. This is a way that teachers are differentiating.

    Here is my jamboard this week. (Carrie Cutler) https://jamboard.google.com/d/1xaSIXkZEwl_Ih4QN1nt8nUBCcju2a46Gm84YdBadvoI/edit?usp=sharing

    Carrie Cutler’s book: https://www.amazon.com/Math-Positive-Mindsets-Growing-Childs-without/dp/1935099841/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=carrie+cutler&qid=1605056911&s=books&sr=1-1

    NCTM applets like Ten Frames and Concentration too - https://illuminations.nctm.org/Search.aspx?view=search&kw=ten%20frames&gr=Pre-K-2

    Hands-on videos (Janna Doherty): https://www.stem-spark.com/videos-brine

    Erikson Early Math Collaborative “curriculum of life” posts - https://earlymath.erikson.edu/ideas/?fwp_series=ideas-at-work

    EDC Games for Young Mathematicians - https://youngmathematicians.edc.org/

    DREME Family Math Activities (around everyday routines). Some of these ideas can also be done in the classroom/center - https://familymath.stanford.edu/activity/

  • Business Meeting Tonight! 7PM EST

    The Play Policy and Practice Interest Forum is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

     

    Business Meeting Agenda:

    Information and History of PPPIF (Jim)
    Typical sessions at NAEYC Annual Conference (we are allowed two). What shall we propose for next year? (Discussion)
    Virtual NAEYC and Chat (Robin and Heather)
    Hello Forum (Heather)
    Work of transitioning Connections to an eJournal (Smita)
    Other Business
    Awards (Robin and Jim)  

    Topic: Play Policy and Practice Annual Business Meeting
    Time: Nov 9, 2020 07:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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  • TIECN Interest Forum Leadership Change & Steering Committee

    Relatives,

    Over the years, Dr. Cathy Gutierrez-Gomez did a great deal of work as a volunteer to the cause of building and maintaining the TIECN interest forum. On behalf of the TIECN interest forum, I congratulate Cathy on her recent retirement and all she accomplished in her career. Cathy,
    I kaax gunalchéesh yéi ax toowú yatee (I am grateful for you). I look forward to carrying forward your work through my service in the TIECN interest forum. 

    My first order of business is to create a steering committee. If you are interested in joining the steering committee, please contact me at elle.roleofs@gmail.com with the subject line: TIECN STEERING COMMITTEE. 

    Please stay tuned for the upcoming ZOOM Gathering information. 

    Gunalchéesh, 
    Elle Kooljín Roelofs