One of Early Childhood mentors Dr. Joyce Gerber

1974 Baby look at the high chair and what's was I playing and crying/laughing at?? Looking back at my childhood and the childhood of my children than the childhood of today's children

Stacy Early Learning

Early Learning Intervention and Education is my passion and advocating for the development of our children, educators, and families.

 

Questions?

What is being implemented in early learning classrooms to support  trauma ?

Are  there signs of all children being supported in social-emotional development? 

Partnerships between educators and parents are extremely important for a child to be a success is  there an open relationship in the classroom and or center? 

BIO

 

I started my journey at ABCD in 1996 and early childhood as a parent many years ago and through being involved as a parent volunteer of a special needs child my career path quickly changed to be a teacher and advocate for children and families. All these years later and growing my passion for implementing the social-emotional readiness for success in development and academic achievement in a positive learning environment and is what drives to me to motivate our teachers to engage in intentional teaching to meet the individual needs and development of our children. In addition, my educational background ranges from a Council Development Associate (CDA), Associate in Science and certificate in Early Childhood Education, Connecticut Directors Credital, Bachelor's degree in Science with a specialization in Human Development,  and a Masters degree in Education with specialization in Special Education & Early Childhood Education. Finally, on my journey to obtaining a educational doctrine in early childhood education.
 
Inner City Children Center has 12 classrooms 10 are preschool and 2 are infant/toddler with multiple fundings which include 1 therapeutic class funded through DCF 2 School Readiness Rooms, 7 HeadStart   Classrooms and newly added 2 infant/ toddler rooms. In addition, we have library that was donated from Starbucks and a spacious playground to encourage loads of development.
 
 
 
 Favorite Qutoes
 
"Great teachers empathize with kids respect them, and believe that each one has something special that can be built upon." Ann Lieberman 
 

“We worry about what a child will become tomorrow, yet we forget that he/she is someone today.”
- Stacia Tauscher