Author Archives: Jane Tingle Broderick

About Jane Tingle Broderick

I am an Associate Professor of Early Childhood and Early Childhood consultant. My research and mission focuses on teacher professional development with emergent inquiry curriculum, the role of materials and the environment in learning as inspired by my background as a visual artist and the schools of Reggio Emilia, Italy.

FROM THE FIELD: Introducing ideas and activities from ACT Members in the field

Contributed by: Jennifer Strange, Pedagogista, Adjunct Professor at Webster University, NAREA Board Member, and Early Childhood Consultant, St. Louis, MO; Julie Albertson, Director and Pedagogical Coordinator for Community Day School and Christian School for the Young Years, Cape Girardeau, MO. … Continue reading

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Update from ACT President – Jim Pelech

Greetings Fellow Constructivists!             The weather is not the only thing that is heating up—this organization is heating up! Let me discuss one activity that has a lot to do with my excitement. Our 2013 fall conference, to be held … Continue reading

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Linda Kroll, Board Member Interview

Interview with Linda Kroll, Professor of Education, Mills College, Mary and Richard Holland Chair, Oakland, CA Contributed by Jane Tingle Broderick, ACT President ______________________________________________________________ JTB:  Can you share a bit about your background and what led you into your chosen … Continue reading

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Update from ACT President

The 2012 Association for Constructivist Teaching conference will be held in Johnson City, Tennessee on October 19 – 20. Our theme is 21st Century Teaching & Learning.  Consider presenting and attending!  Visit our website for our Call for Proposals and … Continue reading

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Dr. Kathryn Castle, Board Member Interview

Interview with Dr. Kathryn Castle Professor, Chuck & Kim Watson Endowed Chair in Education, & Graduate Coordinator, School of Teaching and Curriculum Leadership, Oklahoma State University Contact: Interview by Kimberly D. Cassidy, PhD Student, East Tennessee State University ACT … Continue reading

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