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I couldn't find a table of contents or anything about what is in the first issue on their website . . . have you seen it yet? Will you give a review of it?matt
I recieved a copy at the naeyc conference here in Chicago. To be honest, i didn't think it was as in-depth as I had hoped it would be. I would be happy to give everyone a run through...love the blog and would like even more to collaborate. Check my site out at: ecsmart.blogspot.com
I was recently at a state affiliate meeting and one of the bits of info that came out was that soon members will get to choose if they want TYC or YC.
My apologies to all of the wonderful comments that were made here.For some reason, blogger.com did not send me an indication that anyone had posted--they usually do. I hope that TYC takes off. We need a more pedagogical publication for early childhood professionals. I find more and more young teachers coming out of BS and BA teacher ed programs unprepared for the methodical part of teaching.More professional resources like TYC will hopefully grow to be an aide for these teachers.My Thanks To All.
Regarding the previous comment -- explore the art of playful pedagogy at rich go-to music resource for all teachers:www.teachchildrenmusic.com
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