Posts Tagged ‘students’

Do You Have to Be a Parent to Be a Good Early Interventionist?

On Reagan’s first visit with Cole’s family, she feels like she is “under the microscope.” Cole’s grandmother, Celia, … Continue reading

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Feeling Inspired! – What’s Inspired You Lately?

First, let me thank Lisa Terry for the idea for this post! Lisa posted “Feeling inspired” on our … Continue reading

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Do’s & Don’ts for Managing an Unclean Environment

Visiting all kinds of environments is one of the things that I’ve always loved about early intervention. No … Continue reading

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Letting It Go…Role Release and Why It Can Be Hard

Maybe you’ve been working in early intervention for many years and you’re great at what you do. Or … Continue reading

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Is That Even In My Job Description?

I graduated in May 2013 from JMU with my Master’s degree in Inclusive Early Childhood Education. From the … Continue reading

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