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Hey there, passionate educators! Dive into the dynamic world of early childhood education with The Inspiring ECE Podcast, hosted by seasoned educator and passionate advocate, Marcia Nicole. This podcast delivers: - Practical tips for new and seasoned early childhood educators seeking to create engaging learning environments -Strategies for maintaining your well-being as a teacher and educator -And inspiration to pursue professional growth so you can be the best version of yourself for the ch ...
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Shine On - an Early Childhood Education Podcast

Shine Bright Early Years Advisors

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Shine Bright EYM proudly presents Shine On, a podcast series for prospective and current Early Childhood Education Professionals. A podcast to engage, celebrate, and advocate for the Early Years sector through collaborative discussions with professionals in the industry. Drawing inspiration from our guiding philosophy document The Shine Bright Way, we’ll be bringing you a series of conversations, inspirations, and big ideas from all aspects of the Early Childhood Sector. From keeping the joy ...
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Early Childhood On-the-Go!

Early Childhood Center, Indiana Institute on Disability and Communty, Indiana University

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Early Childhood On-the-Go is a podcast where the Early Childhood Center team at Indiana University talks about all things early childhood.
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Early Childhood Honchos

Ivy Pringle

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Listen up, and listen in, this is about our children! Learn something today on the TeacherTalk segment of Ask Ivy. A special guest and I explore the importance on early childhood education and share some tips as to how you can better prepare your child to be successful in school.
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We're here to inform, educate and advocate for all things related to early childhood. From nurturing healthy development to overcoming behavioral challenges and recognizing mental health needs, welcome to Centering Kids: Advice from the experts at The Florida Center for Early Childhood. Our podcast publishes on the first of every month!
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Can children learn by playing? Of course they can! Listen in on this podcast brought to you by Kide Science to hear from some of the world's leading experts on STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics) and Early Childhood Education! Kide Science is research backed, and we are developed by teachers, for teachers.
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As the title suggests, this podcast series is for early childhood educators who want to spend more time on the floor whilst meeting their regulatory needs. As early Childhood Professionals, we understand the frustrations and complexity of the framework and these conversations will give you those quick wins and worry free time. With a little bit of advice, informative conversations and stress free strategy, we are here to guide and support the sector with compliance and capacity building.
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In this fun and bubbly episode, Marcia Nicole celebrates the end of the school year and the beginning of summer! She reflects on the past year, acknowledging both the joys and challenges faced by educators and students alike. Marcia emphasizes the importance of being mindful of the different ways students experience summer break and shares some fab…
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Host Heather Bernt-Santy is thrilled to have had this opportunity to talk to professor and author Dr. Lori Desautels about her book Connections Over Compliance: Rewiring Our Perceptions of Discipline. Find more of Dr. Desautels work here: https://revelationsineducation.com/ Thanks for listening! Save 10% on professional development from Exploration…
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Alex and Sophie are in conversation with Susan Glencross, an educational and developmental psychologist at Strathmore Kids, which is a private practice that she runs with her partner Lauren. Susan grew up in the rural area of Darwin and completed her undergraduate studies there, but ended up in Melbourne pursuing her postgraduate training at the Un…
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Hello, amazing educators and champions of early childhood! It's Marcia Nicole here with the Ispyr to Educate Podcast, and welcome back to our special Wellness Month series! Today’s episode is all about mental health and managing stress. As educators, we juggle countless responsibilities, and it's crucial to take care of our mental well-being. In th…
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Cayley Burton drops by to talk about her research article, “This Is a Different Kingdom: A Case Study of Gender-Creative Feminine Expression During Princess Play” with Heather Bernt-Santy and cohost Mike Huber. Thanks for listening! Save 10% on professional development from Explorations Early Learning and support the show with the coupon code NERD.…
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If the question is “How do you raise anti-ableist kids?” the answer is “Become anti-ableist and then model it through intention and action for your children.” Join Heather Bernt-Santy and Mike Huber as they welcome Carrie Hahn, author of the book Beyond Inclusion: How to Raise Anti Ableist Kids. Thanks for listening! Save 10% on professional develo…
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Join Marcia Nicole as she continues our Wellness Month series with an episode focused on "Physical Health and Nutrition for Educators." Discover practical tips on staying hydrated, eating a balanced diet, and incorporating regular exercise into your busy schedule. Get inspired to take care of your body and join our 14-day nutrition and exercise cha…
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Sophie and Crystal are in conversation with Georgina Goddard. Georgie is a teacher, Nominated Supervisor and Educational Leader at Marong Kindergarten. Before becoming an early childhood teacher, Georgie worked within the disability field for 14 years. From a young age she was lucky enough to experience advocating for, working alongside, and commun…
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Join Marcia Nicole as she kicks off our Wellness Month series with an episode titled "Embracing Overall Wellness: A Journey for Educators." Dive into the comprehensive world of wellness and well-being as Marcia shares personal stories, discusses the eight dimensions of wellness, and offers practical tips to help educators prioritize their health. D…
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Join Marcia Nicole in a melodious exploration of the diminishing presence of singing in early childhood education on this episode of the Inspiring ECE Podcast, titled "Where Has All the Singing Gone?" We delve into why singing has become less prevalent in childcare settings and uncover its vital role in enhancing language development, emotional exp…
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This episode is the fourth installment of a new tradition–episodes in May that invite some of Heather’s favorite women in early childhood to talk about the women who guide our work. In this conversation, Heather talks about Lilian Katz, Miriam Beloglovsky celebrates Bev Bos, Rixa Evershed discusses Alison Gopnik’s work, and Nadia Jaboneta salutes M…
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In this engaging episode of the Inspiring ECE Podcast, host Marcia Nicole explores the vital role of advocacy in early childhood education. We delve into what it means to be an advocate, from cheering for educators, children, and families to taking practical actions that drive change. This episode is packed with insights and tips to help you become…
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Sophie is on the other side of the microphone in this episode, as Crystal interviews Sophie and kindergarten teacher Milly Ruff about a style of planning and programming. This is an emergent planning style that Sophie developed and has since been implemented at multiple early childhood education services. It has been tried and tested, with the tick…
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Are you transitioning from ECE to classroom teaching or curious about what it entails? In this heartfelt episode, I share the detailed story of my first day stepping up as a classroom teacher, from the initial jitters to the profound lessons learned along the way. The mental and practical shift from child-led to curriculum-driven teaching. Strategi…
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Have you ever noticed that most of the theorists and philosophies in our early childhood textbooks are the same handful of men-plus-Montessori? Heather got curious….who are the women (past and present) who are influencing and informing the work we’re doing with young children. This episode is the third installment of a new tradition–episodes in May…
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This show is dedicated to all the moms out there. I want to introduce my listeners to my mom, the mom of all moms, Mama Webb. Please join us for some fire-side chat about motherhood and of course ME........ How do you juggle motherhood and work? How do I do it alone? How can I be an amazing mom? Listen and be inspired................... Happy Mothe…
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Have you ever noticed that most of the theorists and philosophies in our early childhood textbooks are the same handful of men-plus-Montessori? Heather got curious….who are the women (past and present) who are influencing and informing the work we’re doing with young children. This episode is the second installment of a new tradition–episodes in Ma…
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In this episode, I take you back to my own first day as an Early Childhood Educator, sharing stories that will resonate with anyone who’s ever stepped foot in a classroom with a heart full of dreams and a mind full of questions. The real-world transition from theory to practice on the first day in an ECE setting. The importance of building meaningf…
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Are you exploring career opportunities in Early Childhood Education? In this episode, I'm excited to share a comprehensive list of career paths that you might not have considered yet with your ECE diploma. From classroom teaching to roles in policy-making, the world of ECE is vibrant and diverse. A list of career paths available for ECE professiona…
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Have you ever noticed that most of the theorists and philosophies in our early childhood textbooks are the same handful of men-plus-Montessori? Heather got curious….who are the women (past and present) who are influencing and informing the work we’re doing with young children. So, here’s the first installment of a new tradition–episodes in May that…
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Heather is TIRED of non-expert stakeholders trying to tell her what is and isn’t “quality” for young children’s spaces and experiences. In this episode, she invites Carol Garboden Murray and Richard Cohen to help her process how problematic it is when we lose sight of children’s current, lived experiences in favor of placing the weight of solving a…
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Alex, Crystal and Sophie discuss a hot topic in early childhood education - assessment and rating! They share Shine Bright EYM's proven process for supporting early childhood services through assessment and rating, which has led to amazing A&R results.Shine Bright Early Years Advisors
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If there’s one thing host Heather Bernt-Santy loves, it’s a nerdy panel discussion! And this one is a good one…including Heather, Richard Cohen (Zen and the Art of Early Childhood), Nancy Rosenow (author of Encouragement Every Day), Carol Garboden Murray (author of Illuminating Care: The Practice and Pedagogy of Care) and Stacy Benge (author of The…
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This week host Heather Bernt-Santy welcomes Dartmouth sociologist Dr Casey Stockstill, author of the book False Starts: The Segregated Lives of Preschoolers. In her book, she describes and discusses what she learned while conducting research in two different early childhood programs: a Head Start program and an affluent private preschool. “False St…
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Taking time to rest, rejuvenate, and find peace is essential for maintaining balance and well-being in life. Whether it's through meditation, spending time in nature, or engaging in activities that bring you joy, prioritizing self-care is important for overall health and happiness.Alethea Etinoff
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Join host Heather Bernt-Santy and fellow nerd Lizz Nolasco as they explore this quote from an article by Beth Blue Swadener and Shirley Kessler: "Of significance among reconceptualist perspectives is the social, historical and political context of the early childhood curriculum. Underlying this rethinking of curriculum planning is the study of the …
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The idea of loose parts is often misunderstood and misrepresented in early childhood spaces and conversations. In this conversation, Heather talks to authors Suzanne Axelsson and Miriam Beloglovsky to explore the origin of the idea, the reasons and ways it gets mixed up, and how to get back to the beauty and possibility of filling our spaces with t…
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Join host Heather Bernt-Santy as she talks to Stephanie Goloway, author of the Redleaf Press book Happily Ever Resilient: Using Fairy Tales to Nurture Children Through Adversity. Discover how "we can transform our best practices surrounding play, stories, and nurturing relationships into the protective factors for resilience: attachment, initiative…
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Where we discusses everything business related in early childhood education ranging from home and center based facilities, various food programs, home schooling, family friends and neighbors, curriculum, compensation, education requirements and advocacy. At times we may add a pop of politics to keep things interesting. I am a national speaker and c…
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In a post on his Substack, Peter Gray wrote, "the rules of play provide boundaries within which the actions must occur, but they do not precisely dictate the actions. The rules always leave plenty of room for creativity." In this episode, Mike Huber joins Heather to discuss rules in children's power play.…
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Where we discusses everything business related in early childhood education ranging from home and center based facilities, various food programs, home schooling, family friends and neighbors, curriculum, compensation, education requirements and advocacy. At times we may add a pop of politics to keep things interesting. I am a national speaker and c…
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We've heard and read over and over again that children need "structure," but too often what that translates into in practice with young children is attempts to "control." Host Heather Bernt-Santy and Nerd Favorite Lisa Murphy are here to unpack the difference.
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In play, children stay connected to their childhood capacities that support creativity and innovation. Just like children, when adults engage in play and creative endeavors, they can find that childlike center that cultivates happiness and joy. Play is affirming because it allows us to enter a natural, safe, and caring environment in which we freel…
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Author Nancy Rosenow, advisor at Dimensions Educational Research Foundation, joins host Heather Bernt-Santy to discuss her new book, Encouragement Every Day, "a collection of 366 quotes and daily nuggets thoughtfully curated by Nancy...as she journeys along with you. A little something for everyone -- offering support, joy and high fives as you emb…
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Lisa Murphy cohosts to explore a mind blowing new (but really pretty old) perspective on "patience".Thanks for listening!Like the show? Consider supporting our work by becoming a Patron, shopping our Amazon Link, or sharing it with someone who might enjoy it. You can leave a comment or ask a question here.Click here for more Heather.Here's the PDF …
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"Human rights belong to everyone from cradle to grave and everywhere in between, irrespective of who we are or where we come from." (Alison Tonkin)Join host Heather Bernt-Santy and Guest Nerd Lisa Murphy for a conversation of play as a child's human right, and what that means for us in the big picture as well as in our daily work. Find more on Arti…
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Are you ready to take on the holiday season without feeling burnt out? In this episode of The Inspiring ECE Podcast, we dive into how you can survive the end of the year and actually enjoy the holiday break. This episode is all about giving you the tools and motivation to make the most of your well-deserved break.…
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