Jeanette Miller

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Tips for Parents: Embracing Pretend Play

I’m an early childhood teacher. I’m a mother to a three year old. <b>And I. don’t. like. to. pretend</b>.<p>This is a big confession and has been a huge …

Is Free Play a Legitimate Learning Experience?

Outdoor play for toddlers

This week I’m going to share 3 fun ideas to get out and about with you toddlers. Here’s our outdoor play for toddlers ideas<p>If you are still covered …

5 {More} Ideas for Learning Phonics

Although Immy has been unofficially learning to read since she was born, this year she started pre-primary (children turning five and six) which sees …

Engaging with Ebooks Can Aid Children’s Literacy, Study Finds

Photo by Peter M. Fisher/Thinkstock Getty Images for SLJ.<p>As younger and younger children recognize and use electronic devices as sources of …

Finding Ways to Put the “Education” Back in Educational Apps

The holiday season is behind us and with it came a flood of newly wrapped gifts, trendy clothes that fit (or did not), and a host of stimulating …

What is Severe Autism?

What is Severe Autism?<p>As with any type of condition, there are varying degrees of severity for each individual afflicted with a disease or disorder. When it comes to autism, there are three main types: high functioning autism, mild autism, and severe autism. Each different condition brings forth a number of challenges in the afflicted individuals everyday life that often times makes even the most simple of tasks painstakingly difficult to complete. Having severe autism is the most difficult of …

Reading with Down syndrome - My pig

10 Major Technology Trends in Education

Research | Spotlight<p>We have a first look at the results from the latest Speak Up survey, which polled hundreds of thousands of teachers, students, …

Why Kids With Autism May Avoid Eye Contact

Children with autism often have difficulty making eye contact, and now a new study suggests this may be due in part to how their brains process …