Monthly Archives: January 2019

  • We all understand that video games can cause problems, we hear that every day.  I won’t even go into the many ways that some of these games can create antisocial and apathetic behaviors.  I want to talk about the video games that teach empathy, better human connection and understanding. Like a good storyteller, a video […]

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  • Fostering a Growth Mindset I remember extending my right hand up in the air and waving it feverishly. I thought, today “I had enough” after being ignored by my fourth-grade teacher too many times, today was the day I was going to speak up.   Daily, I eagerly raised my hand to answer a question only […]

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  • The Connecticut After School Network is hiring! We have three open positions: >> Professional Development Specialist (Part-Time, 15 hours per week) >> Social Emotional Learning (SEL) Coordinator (Part-Time with benefits, 30 hours per week) >> Early Childhood Network Specialist (Full-Time) Applications consisting of a current resume and letter of interest should be sent via email […]

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  • Here at the Network, 5 out of 6 staff are female.  Well, there are only 6 of us really.  Ken Anthony is awash in females.  I don’t think he sees it that way though.  Michelle has mentored Ken since he arrived.  Here we work as a team trying new ideas or revising old ones.  So […]

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