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  • Please note a correction to my earlier question post - It WASN'T " Intentional Teacher" training but "Explicit Instruction" training. Sorry for the confusion - I know Intentional Teacher is for prrechool. ...

  • Agree, sound valid. ------------------------------ Zina Johnson Assistant Director Phyllis Wheatley-Mary T. Wellcome Minneapolis MN ------------------------------

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    RE: School safety

    I have never worked at a program that did not allow teachers to have their cell phones in the classroom. Sometimes they must be kept in the closet, but I currently work at a small center and we use our ...

  • The book and training, ie. The Intentional Teacher, is based on NAECY standards and absolutely pertains to teaching children in preschools. It could be that the training just happened to have the same ...

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