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Free Course: Importance of Play in Everyday Life

This course will help you to think differently about play and understand the nature and value of play through the course of our lives, across cultures and communities. Find out more about this free certificate course that starts September 29th!

Upcoming Conference in Newfoundland!

On October 17th-19th, 2014, the Association of Early Childhood Educators, Newfoundland and Labrador (AECENL), is hosting their 22nd Annual Provincial Conference. Find out more!

The Little Igloo that Grew to Engage a Whole School Community

When a simple idea evolves into a full-blown project involving CNC children, adult students from all LINC levels plus the entire school – and it’s hugely successful – it‘s a story worth sharing! Read More…

The Bilingual Advantage

A cognitive neuroscientist, Ellen Bialystok has spent almost 40 years learning about how bilingualism sharpens the mind. And she has good news! Read more…

Empowering Teachers to Build Language and Literacy Through Strength-based Coaching

Early Childhood Investigations offers this free webinar for Administrators next week! Language is key to both literacy and social-emotional development.  New measures of quality focus on rich language and responsive communication.  Read more…


Best Start Bilingual Resources for Families

The Best Start Resource Centre has materials that range from fact sheets, brochures, decals, posters, DVDs to program planning guides and reports – all available in both English and French!

Multilingual Resources on Wise Use of Antibiotics

Handwashing with soap and water is the best way to stop the spread infections, but antibacterial soap can lead to antibiotic resistance! Do Bugs Needs Drugs is a community program for the wise use of antibiotics, and they have parent resources and information sheets in 14 languages here.

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