Workshop with Jodie McDonald around boundaries … I wish I could take a whole course. I love how boundaries tie into everything I am reading on neurodevelopment and trauma and addiction and self-awareness

ECE, Campbell River, Reflection

For Educators

Allen, K. E., Cowdery, G. E., Paasche, C. L., Langford, R., Nolan, K., & Cipparrone, B. (2014). Inclusion in early childhood programs (7th Canadian ed.). Nelson.

Carr, M., & Lee, W. (2019). Learning stories in practice. SAGE Publications Ltd.

Curtis, D. (2018). Really seeing children. Redleaf Press.

Curtis, D., & Jaboneta, N. (2019). Children’s lively minds: Schema theory made visible. Redleaf Press.

Curtis, D., Lebo, D., Cividanes, W. C. M., & Carter, M. (2013). Reflecting in communities of practice: A workbook for early childhood educators. Redleaf Press.

Duprey, B., & Murray, K. (2019). The happiness guide for early childhood educators: Secrets to living your best life in and out of the classroom. The Child Care Success Company.

Paley, V. G. (1993). You can’t say you can’t play. Harvard University Press.

Project Zero & Reggio Children. (2001). Making learning visible: Children as individual and group learners. Reggio Children.

Van Manen, M. (2003). The tone of teaching: The language of pedagogy (2nd ed.). Routledge.

For Children

Covell, D. (2018). Run wild. Penguin Random House.

MacNamara, D., & Si, Z. (2019). The sorry plane. Aona Books.

Serres, A., & Fronty, A. (2012). I have the right to be a child (H. Mixter, Trans.). Groundwood Books. (Original work published 2009)

Yamada, K., & Barouch, G. (2019). Maybe. Compendium Inc.


Johnson, D. H., & Johnson, F. P. (2017). Joining together: Group theory and group skills. (12th ed.). Pearson.

Joseph, B., & Joseph, C. F. (2019). Indigenous relations: Insights, tips & suggestions to make reconciliation a reality. Page Two Books.

Kimmerer, R. W. (2003). Gathering moss: A natural and cultural history of mosses. Oregon State University Press.

  • Learning to See

Marciano, P. L. (2010). Carrots and sticks don’t work: Build a culture of employee engagement with the principles of respect. McGraw-Hill Education.