I know intellectually that self-care is important, but it is really a struggle to find time just for me. How does the Educaring® Approach guide us with regard to self-care? Where can we begin to set some boundaries in order to care for ourselves?

Response:
Thank you, Ca...

January 26, 2018

Who am I? 

Nina Sherburne has an MA in Education and Human Development (with a concentration in Early Childhood Education) from the University of Colorado Denver. She is a former preschool teacher, current parent-tot class assistant, and founder/coach at Mighty Oaks Par...

January 19, 2018

Who am I? 

Hi, my name is Khara and I’m an infant caregiver at Fraser School. I have been working as a teacher for many years, but have only worked with infants in the past year and a half. In this time, I have been learning about the Educaring approach and trying to im...

January 12, 2018

Who am I? 

The basics for me include that I'm a mother of 3-year-old twins Jackson and Owen, wife to Andy, and a teacher of research methods and developmental psychology. I currently live in Seattle, WA. My PhD is in human development and family studies. And I love yoga...

January 10, 2018

New Year, new outlook.  Or at least I like to believe so.  Here are three books that may help you in this endeavor. 

Lovely 

written and illustrated by Jess Hong 

The book begins with a simple question.  What is lovely?  The an...

January 6, 2018

How did you find FORM?

As a new mom, I stumbled upon a Janet Lansbury article on Facebook which led me to reading tons more articles and Magda's book.  From there I contacted the rie.org site hoping I could find a local branch here - I was so thrilled to find FORM in my...

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