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Best in Class #11 – Florida’s Blind Babies Program

Friday, November 15, 2019

Our author this month is Jim Woolyhand, Bureau Chief of the Florida Braille and Talking Books Library, Division of Blind Services, Florida Department of Education. He wrote about services available to children ages 0-5 with visual impairment, and their families, through the Blind Babies Program. At a Glance The Blind Babies Program was established by… Continue Reading Best in Class #11 – Florida’s Blind Babies Program

Best in Class #10 – Healthy Eating Tips and Tricks for Busy Families

Monday, October 14, 2019

Our expert this month is Rachel Biderman, extension agent supervising the Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program through the University of Florida Extension. She wrote about how busy parents and teachers can begin fostering healthy eating habits for their families on tight budgets with little time. At a Glance With the fast-paced nature of modern… Continue Reading Best in Class #10 – Healthy Eating Tips and Tricks for Busy Families

Best in Class #8: Get the Most Out of Your Trip to a Science Museum

Monday, August 19, 2019

Our experts this month are Judy Brown, EdD, museum consultant and Senior Vice President of Education Emerita at the Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science, Cheryl Lani Juárez, MEd, Senior Director of Professional Development at Frost Science, and Janet Castillo Schoenfeld, MEd, Early Childhood Project Coordinator at Frost Science. This article is the second… Continue Reading Best in Class #8: Get the Most Out of Your Trip to a Science Museum

Best in Class #7: Developing Science-Savvy Little Scientists

Tuesday, July 9, 2019

Our experts this month are Judy Brown, EdD, museum consultant and Senior Vice President of Education Emerita at the Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science, Cheryl Lani Juárez, MEd, Senior Director of Professional Development at Frost Science, and Janet Castillo Schoenfeld, MEd, Early Childhood Project Coordinator at Frost Science. This article is the first… Continue Reading Best in Class #7: Developing Science-Savvy Little Scientists