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Dr. Tisha Shipley has been in education for 13 years. She has taught Pre-K, Kindergarten, Gifted and Talented 3rd-6th Grades, Dr. Shipley was an elementary principal, a cheer coach, and was on faculty at Northwestern Oklahoma State University. She was the Director of Pre-School Programs at the University of Arkansas-Fort Smith and am currently a full time online early childhood Assistant Professor for Ashford University! She has a passion for early childhood curriculum, and want to help you gain MORE knowledge and engaging curriculum ideas!

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Dr. Shipley hears the school bell ring and knows that the children will be entering the classroom soon. Everything is set up, organized and ready for the day. The room is spacious and quiet but any minute it will be busy, and inhabited by the...
Make Small Groups Meaningful Center time has just started in Miss Shipley’s Kindergarten classroom. The environment is bright, engaging and buzzing with curiosity and “play”. Children are choosing what dress up clothes to put on, building towers as...
There are many types of early childhood environments. Think about the environments you have been in or built.  As we plan for 2018, what can you do to make your environment better? All children deserve to learn and engage in a clean, safe and...
When you think of an Early Childhood Classroom, what do you see?  Do you see bright colors?  Welcoming faces, smiles, bulletin boards that are decorated with fun themes?  There are so many things that young children need to learn and develop in a...
In this world, we all live in a community.  Some communities run better than others.  Some people like their community and some may want to move from where they live. What sets each community apart?  Think about where you live and then think about a...
There are many controversial topics in the world of education (assessment, standardized testing, curriculum, inclusion, gender discrimination and religion) to name a few. I wanted to speak on a topic that I believe is important to note, because it...