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Reaction Comments to my April 2011 viewing of the film “Nursery University”

Reaction comments to my April 2011 viewing of the film, “Nursery University”   A couple of comments in response to [...]

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Red Paint in the Hair??!!

RED PAINT IN THE HAIR??!!   Red paint in the hair? Blue paint on the jeans? Sand in the shoes? [...]

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A Response to NAEYC’s “Technology Usage in the Classroom” FINAL position statement

Comments to the final edition of NAEYC’s Technology and Interactive Media as Tools in Early Childhood Programs Serving Children from [...]

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Using Food in the Classroom

Using Food in the Classroom   A position statement, by Lisa Murphy   I use food in the classroom.  Not [...]

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A response to NAEYC’s “Technology Usage in the Classroom” draft position statement

Sent electronically to TechandYC@naeyc.org on Thursday May 26, 2011   To whom it may concern:   Discussions around the topic [...]

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Tattoos and Piercings

Tattoos, Piercings and Professionalism OH MY! © Lisa Murphy, Ooey Gooey, Inc. Originally written June 2006. Revised, edited & otherwise [...]

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Using Shaving Cream in the Classroom

The “Shaving Cream” Article (because trying to come up with a cute clever title just got too distracting)   By [...]

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No Dentist Left Behind

NO DENTIST LEFT BEHIND   Teachers will enjoy it, parents should be informed and politicians should consider it. (Dentists should [...]

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A New Definition of Technology

Technology Redefined, or Maybe Simply Clarified. A position statement, by Lisa Murphy   According to a wikipedia post, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/technology in [...]

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Lesson Planning

“So whattya think about themes?”   An article addressing lesson planning in child-centered, play-based classrooms.  By Lisa Murphy, Ooey Gooey [...]

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How to do a BOOK CENTER Audit

Lisa Murphy’s Method of Conducting a Book Audit:   First off: No books related to movies, shows or toys:  this [...]

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A Good Beginning

A Good Beginning: Sending America’s Children to School With the Social and Emotional Competence They Need to Succeed Chicago Tribune [...]

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The Marcon Study

How Do Your Children Grow? On the Marcon Study. By Susan Black The research on early childhood education leaves no [...]

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