Category Archives: Parenting Toolbox

Many Procedures, Few Rules – Classroom Management through a Humanistic Philosophy – Part 2 of 5

This post is part 2 of 5 on the topic of Classroom Management through a Humanistic Philosophy. These ideas were originally drawn from Douglas Wurst at an early childhood conference. Click here to view part 1 of Classroom Management through a Humanistic Philosophy. When using procedures, it works best if children are specifically taught each […]

Classroom Management through a Humanistic Philosophy – Part 1 of 5

Exactly two years ago to the day I attended the Love to Learn Early Care & Education Conference organized by United Way of Weld County. One of the presenters at that conference was Douglas Wurst who presented on the topic of Classroom Management through a Humanistic Philosophy. While this presentation was awhile ago, Wurst’s presentation […]

Keeping Children (and You!) Strong Against Germs

As mentioned before, I attended the Sweetheart Mini-Conference here in Northern Colorado recently. One speaker that I would like to highlight is Harley Rotbart, M.D. Dr. Rotbart has a long list of accomplishments as a Pediatrics specialist for the past 28 years. Not only is he a tenured professor of the University of Colorado Department […]