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Students’ Podcast/Superhero Play 

Superhero Play

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Students’ Podcast/Technology & Young Children 

Technology & Young Children

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Students’ Podcast/Books about Children with Disabilities 

Books about Children with Disabilities

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Students’ Podcast/Honoring Children’s Names 

Honoring Children's Names

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Students’ Podcast/Schools for the Deaf & Children with Severe Disabilities 

Schools for the Deaf and Children with Severe Disabilities(1)

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Students’ Podcast/Media Toys in the Classroom 

Media Toys in the Classroom(1)

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Students’ Podcast/Testing in Kindergarten 

Testing in Kindergarten(1)

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students’ podcast/Disney Princesses 

Disney Princesses(1)

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Students’ podcast/Parent Test Boycott 

Parent Test Boycott(1)

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Students’ Podcast/Bilingual Classrooms 

Bilingual Classrooms

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Reflection/Hung 

Wonderplay Reflection Huai-En Hung I was very privileged to be able to attend this conference. At first, I did not expect a lot from the conference. However, as the first presenter, Dr. Joan Almon, delivered her message, I was totally amazed by her presentation. She talked about how important early childhood teachers are, and how …

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Reflection/Kuah 

92Y Wonderplay Conference Reflection Eileen Kuah Teachers College, Columbia University Prior to the 92Y Wonderplay Conference, voices and messages of great contributors to early childhood education like Vivian Paley, Maxine Green or JoAnn Deak merely lived in books. It was a priceless experience to be able to hear those voices come to life. The presentation, …

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Reflection/Lee 

Carmen Lee                                         Wonderplay Conference                                                 Nov 15, 2013 Dr. Ron Taffel held a workshop called “Disruptive Kids, Disruptive Parents: Concrete and Proven Strategies that Work” that talked about the anxieties of post-boomer society and its effects on the classroom. With modern society placing more demands on young children and an overload of information regarding “best …

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Reflection/Martinez 

92Y Conference Reflection                                                               Victoria Martinez Last Friday I attended the 2013 92Y Conference for teachers and students in the field of Education. It was a great opportunity to talk and reflect about the most important issues that concern Education today: Common Core Standards and its interference in what we consider developmentally appropriate practice. We started …

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Reflection/Iwanski 

Kimberly Iwanski WonderPlay Reflection December 2, 2013 As someone who has just begun learning the theory behind education – being in my first semester of my studies and having never taken a class in education before – I can truly say that WonderPlay was an eye-opening and inspiring convention. The day opened with the presentation …

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Reflection/Tran 

92Y Wonderplay Early Childhood Learning Conference: Learning to Talk is Child’s Play Linda Tran Teachers College, Columbia University Lydia Soifer did not hesitate to recreate experiences necessary for teachers to relate to children who are acquiring a language. From the beginning of the session to the end, she engaged the audience through her lively spirit …

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Reflection/Duffee 

Wonderplay Conference Alexandra Duffee At this years Wonderplay conference, I really enjoyed the kindergarten restaurant workshop, presented by Robyn Ulzheimer. She described the process of getting the children interested and excited about learning about restaurants and the people that work in them. She then showed us how the class was able to run a restaurant. …

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Reflection/Hu 

Wonderplay reflection                                                                                                                                     Karen Hu Joan Almon’s keynote speech was one that I, as a prospective early childhood education teacher, found inspiring, motivating, and most importantly – relatable. Like many, if not all, educators, we have experienced those moments of helplessness and frustration when we learn about one of our students encountering a traumatic event. For …

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Reflection/Pelosi 

Emma Pelosi Wonderplay reflection I was most impressed by JoAnn Deak’s lecture on differences in brain development between boys and girls.  She stressed, from the very beginning, that so much change occurs in the brain over the first twenty years of life that early childhood teachers truly become “shapers” of the way our children think …

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