Today’s episode is the last episode of Season 2! I talked with Sally Haughey, the Founder and CEO of Fairy Dust Teaching. We talked about how children need to be lifted and celebrated instead of shamed and compared. We also talk about the importance of children having the right to play and we don’t need to take them out of that! I’m so excited to talk more about her Free to Play Summit that is happening on July 12-16 online. There’s so many great nuggets during this interview with Sally and I can’t wait for you to listen in.
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In this episode, we learn about:
Sally’s education experience working in the classroom, including her own child’s experience. (3:57)
Renee’s experience with her daughter who has a special language delay. (7:37)
Every child’s unfolding happens in their own time and how can we best support them in that (play activated learning.) (9:28)
Learning more about The Free to Play Summit that Sally is having and the importance of children having the right to play. (11:00)
How COVID has played into our child’s play and how they’re working through it. (12:43)
July 6, 7 & 8 in my Magic of Littles Club on Facebook I am doing a mini series called “Get Rooted in Play.”(13:23)
Why does play activation matter and why does it matter globally? (14:17)
Brain science shows that the social-emotional system is so important! (15:51)
Conflict is important in a classroom. (16:30)
You don’t need another set of standards - it’s time to build your own map! (21:30)
So brew yourself a cup of tea and listen in on the full podcast here:
Also, on July 6, 7 & 8 in my Magic of Littles Club on Facebook I am doing a mini series called “Get Rooted in Play.” Make sure to join us over there!
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