Early Childhood Studies – a Global Perspective

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Parents and Teachers – suggested resources for collaboration







Author: pamcee70

My name is Pam Castillo. I have been in the field of education for 24 years now. Although I have taught some levels in grade school, I have spent most of my years teaching children aged two to six years old. I am always amazed by the interactions I have every day with children. In an environment where children feel safe, they are confident to explore and make discoveries. These experiences prepare them for the bigger challenges in the future. I feel privileged to be a part of the learning journey of these young children especially if they still come to see me and reminisce the years we worked together.

3 thoughts on “Parents and Teachers – suggested resources for collaboration

  1. I book marked the teachervision.com site, it is great! What great suggestions for parents and educators alike. Anything that gets parents and educators on the same page and working as a team is awesome. I find that lots of folks have strong opinions one way or another; either they believe a child’s behavior is solely the parent’s responsibility or the teacher’s responsibility. It is unfortunate how often the “blame game” is played, when if all parties involved worked as a team, the everyone (especially the child) would benefit so much more.


  2. I also bookmarked the reading rockets website. What a great resource and I had never even heard of it! I love the book collection by theme on the website. I am going to totally link the book list and put them on our website, so parents can see the list. Thank you for sharing. I really am going to use this resources.


  3. Teachervision was AMAZING!! I actually got some ideas that I plan to use in my classroom this week. There are so many teacher websites that are available to teachers with great printables and activities. Thanks for highlighting this website.


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