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    Ruth
    Ruth
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    Theteachermom you can still see the webinar.  It’s reccorded.  Just go to http://www.brighthorizons.com/growing and look for the parent webinar series logo.  Click there and watch to your heart’s content.  There are several webinars we’ve done and they are fantastic. Love to have your reaction to what you hear.

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    Caty Trio
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    Hi theteachermom! Here is a direct link to the Parent Webinar “Growing a Learner: Creating a Learning Culture at Home” – enjoy! As Ruth mentioned, there are a few other fabulous webinars posted in that area of the Bright Horizons site. I hope you have a chance to check them out.

     

    Growing a Learner: Creating a Learning Culture at Home

    http://www.brighthorizons.com/growing/parent-webinar/growing-a-learner/?

    #24446

    Thanks so much Ruth and Caty! I will check this one out tonight! And I’ll have to look around and see what others there are. Thanks again.

    #24447

    the webinars are actually archived on this page, enjoy!

     

    http://www.brighthorizons.com/growing/parent-webinar/

    #24448

    Finally got a free moment to watch this webinar… nap time, gotta love it :-)…  and I’ve gotta say I’m passing this link on to many friends. My most important takeaway was the idea of creating a culture of learning, that learning is not just an isolated thing that happens at daycare/preschool, in the classroom, or during "school time" (for those homeschooled), but it is something that happens all throughout the day, through everyday activities (with some purposefulness and creativity on the parents part to integrate those questions/thought provokers, etc). And I also love the care taken to explicitly explain all the foundational language, math, science, etc. skills that happen behind those everyday activities. Again… very helpful to parents stressed out about learning, readiness, achievement etc. Thanks again for a great webinar, passing this one on!!

    #24449
    Ruth
    Ruth
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    So glad you liked the webinar.  Happy to have you pass the link on to others.  It truly does take a village.  :smileyhappy:

    #27391
    Caty
    Caty
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    Looking for ways to nurture your learner at home? There’s a lot of fun ideas on the Bright Horizons Family Resources website! Check out our learning at home activities for kids of all age groups: http://www.brighthorizons.com/family-resources/kids-activities

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