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?

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. 


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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