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Dr. Charlene Wrighton: Early Childhood Education Expert
Early Ed. Talks with Dr. Char
Early Ed. Talks with Dr. Char is a dialogue about all things in early education. Dr. Charlene Wrighton has over 45 years of experience in the field, teaching regular and special education, as the Co-Author/President of the Zoo-phonics Mnemonic and Multisensory Language Arts Program, and developer of the Safari Learning Academies, setting toddlers through first grade. In this show she will touch on a vast range of topics that have to do with young children from birth to elementary age. Everything from helpful tools for parents and teachers, to scientific research, to many insights on how to...
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Ratings & Reviews
4.8 stars from 8 ratings
Outstanding Podcast!
Dr. Char is very knowledgeable and easy to listen to. Each episode is very informative and gives great ideas that can easily be replicated with your own children or children you educate. When doing a general search of Early Childhood Education podcasts, hers was the only one that came from a...Read full review »
Lori Mc. via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 03/11/19
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Doreen Goolsbey discusses her new book ‘Where Could Your Allergy Be Hiding’. Doreen discusses the struggle to have her young daughter’s allergies diagnosed and then the journey through hospitals and doctor offices while navigating the school system. Part 2. Click Here if you would like a...
Published 10/03/19
Published 10/03/19
Doreen Goolsbey discusses her new book ‘Where Could Your Allergy Be Hiding’. Doreen discusses the struggle to have her young daughter’s allergies diagnosed and then the journey through hospitals and doctor offices while navigating the school system. Part 1. Click Here if you would like a...
Published 10/03/19
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