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Wheelock College President David Chard’s address to the Wheelock College-Singapore Class of 2017, whom he dubbed “transformers for early childhood education.” Continue reading
“Children are naturally curious and innovative explorers who learn through hands-on experimentation. As educators, we should encourage opportunities for children to be in touch with their natural instincts and
value the ideas that drive their enthusiasm.” Continue reading
Three for one! You can’t beat that for an Alumni celebration – dinner with President Chard, a local faculty gallery of curriculum projects, and the premier of “Voices of Children”! OH…and don’t forget to get your Master’s degree! Thinking about it? One last cohort coming up starting January 2018. Tell your friends, bring your colleagues…we … Continue reading
Wheelock College-Singapore/Singapore Institute of Technology undergraduate Trenna Liong is featured in this recent Straits Times supplement, “Small steps, big impact: Early childhood educators play an important part in shaping young minds” (see page R5). In addition, alumna Melissa Bea is featured in a story on page R6. Continue reading
Lori Harris, a US-based early childhood education consultant and trainer whose teaching in Singapore goes back to the early 2000s, is currently teaching the juniors class at Wheelock College-Singapore. Continue reading
Preschools need strong leadership like never before. As demand for quality preschool continues to grow, Singapore’s pre-school sector faces challenges that urgently need to be addressed, including a high exit rate in the profession, with too many preschool teachers leaving the classroom after only a few years.
The Straits Times interviews early childhood development expert Ellen Galinsky on life skills that help young children do better in school and in life.
Season’s greetings to friends and partners in service to the early childhood community in Singapore. Continue reading
Wheelock’s David Fernie offers tips for parents on encouraging proper play in children. Continue reading