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Season Debut: Homeschooling, Teaching and Social Emotional Learning with Catherine Norwood

Season 3, Ep. 52

Season 3 debuts and podcast host, Marissa Calderón updates everyone on being on hiatus and launches the new season addressing homeschool during COVID19 with past guest and K-6 Instructional Coach in Arizona, Catherine Norwood.

Catherine and Marissa discuss what the focus should be for teachers during the last weeks of virtual school, what parents can do to help their children get thru the summer and the urgent need to build children's social and emotional skills during these stressful and anxiety inducing times for everyone.


Connect with host, Marissa and the award-winning Early Childhood Journeys podcast at: earlychildhoodjourneys.com


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