Culturally Responsive Anti-Bias (CRAB) Practices discussion with Dr. Ebonyse Mead

Nicole welcomed back Dr. Ebonyse Mead to share her expertise on Culturally Responsive Anti-Bias (CRAB) Practices. Dr. Mead discusses why CRAB practices are important in early care and education environments and shares numerous strategies to implement in classrooms.

E12 – Certificate of Graduate Studies in Early Childhood Coaching and Technical Assistance? Sign me up!!

Jen served as a guest speaker during one of the recent Early Childhood Discussions podcast sessions brought to you from the Grow NJ Kids Technical Assistance Center North, part of the Central Jersey Family Health Care Consortium. In this session, Jen shares her professional journey within the field and more information about the exciting Certificate of Graduate Studies in Early Childhood Coaching and Technical Assistance Rowan University is now offering to support professionals in earning graduate recognition specializing in coaching and technical assistance- one of the few of its kind nationwide!

SCARF Model Discussion with special guest Jon Martin

Jen had the opportunity to sit down with Jon Martin, Director of Learning Experiences & Master Facilitator at the Neuroleadership Institute (NLI) to discuss the SCARF Model, a model involving five domains of human social experience. In this conversation, Jon explains the neuroscience research behind the model, provides examples of how this may manifest and impact our work and everyday lives and how we can use knowledge of these the five SCARF domains to better relate and interact with others.