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Out of the Woods Part 2
Keren Sharon—PreKindergarten Teacher

As the director of a PreK program, I felt like there was a constant stream of challenges to navigate. The first year was particularly tough, not only because it was the first year of the program, but also because I had become a mother just a few months earlier. 

  • Pre-K
  • aesblogs
  • learning
  • outdoor learning
Out of the Woods—Forest Education and Outdoor Learning
Keren Sharon—PreKindergarten Teacher

Hello. I am a brand new member at  AES—a parent, an early childhood educator, and a person with a serious culture shock (even though, years ago, I spent over 3 months in India and old Delhi was my lovely home base). Lastly, I am a city girl.

  • Pre-K
  • aesblogs
  • learning
  • outdoor learning
Tonight’s Sleep Impacts Tomorrow’s Learning
Charles Bellomy—Elementary School Principal

The phrase “get a good night’s sleep” has always sounded like good advice to me. Let’s dig into a couple of questions: Why does getting enough sleep significantly impact children’s learning abilities? What is a good night’s sleep for children?

  • aesblogs
  • learning
  • recommendations
Books I Will Never Forget
Aliya H—HS Student

Reading a book is just like eating those five almonds your mom gives you in the morning (the Indian kids know where I’m at,) but better. So get ready, because we will look at books that hurt and books that helped me grow.

  • aesblogs
  • books
  • high school
The Wild Thespian
Sandhya Stapleton—Alumni

The Thespian is a strange creature most commonly found in its natural habitat of high school, though it has also been known to live in other areas of social life. 

  • Alumni
  • aesblogs
  • theater
  • thespian

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