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Dr. Tisha Shipley has been in education for over 19 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 is currently a full time online early childhood Professor at the University of Arizona Global Campus! She has a passion for early childhood curriculum, and want to help you gain MORE knowledge and engaging curriculum ideas!

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Hello and Happy first few weeks of summer.  School is out and I know you are excited to just hang out with your family, and do what you want to do for a little bit!  This is something you need to do to recharge your batteries because as we know...
As we get ready to head in to summer, I know you are thinking about taking a break! You should be.  But, as a teacher, I know my brain was always thinking, “what is something new I will try next year”?  I am going to break down STEAM and STEM...
As teachers, we want to share ideas with families on how to engage with their children at home in a meaningful way. During the 2020 pandemic we were all made to stay home (eat, shop, clean, do chores etc). Everything was done with a small group that...
Do you remember what you were doing on December 14, 2012?  I do. I remember like it was yesterday. I was working in my office at a university when suddenly I began receiving messages about a school shooting in Connecticut. I kept reading and...
As teachers we all have a passion and this passion is often our favorite part of what we teach our students. I personally love Literacy and do a lot of research, writing and presenting on hands on learning approaches when teaching children to read...
Leaders in a school have a huge impact on teachers, staff, faculty, families, students and the community. They have the ability to teach, model, engage, collaborate and communicate.  Leaders and administrators wear many hats and have a lot of...
The end of the year is quickly approaching!  This is such an exciting time for everyone.  The thought of sleeping in, hanging out by the pool, taking a late night walk or a long fun family vacation is weighing on everyone’s mind.  Here are some...
After a school year ended, I always reflected on what I could have done better.  Even though I thought I knew my students well, I could have always known them better. From the moment they enter the classroom a teacher is trying to get to know the...
Through my years of teaching I encountered 3 principals and 3-4 administrators.  They were each so different and inspired me in many ways.  There were rules, expectations “buy-ins,” situations and opportunities for me to learn.  I had always aspired...
Each month as an educator, it is important for teachers to reflect on his or her classroom practices and the how and whys of what we do.  April is Autism Awareness month and this is such a special time, because as teachers and leaders we should self...

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