Category Archives: John Hancock Child Care Center

The Hundred Languages of Children

“The Hundred Languages of Children,” written by Loris Malaguzzi, founder of the Reggio Emilia approach, is beautiful and thought-provoking, and a way to reflect upon our work with young children as we begin the new school year. Continue reading

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Beginnings: Plotting the Course …

“How do you know when you’ve arrived, if you don’t know where you’re going?” A good question, particularly for the one in charge – the manager, the leader of the organization. But, unfortunately, a question not often asked. Sadly, many … Continue reading

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Connections …

It is really all about making connections, and about sharing what we know and what we have learned. And, it’s about building relationships with like-minded people who share our passions. Continue reading

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My First Post – The 20th Reunion at the John Hancock Child Care Center

That day was a testament to a partnership, a team, a program – one that evolved from an idea whose time had come. We created a place where children thrived and where parents had complete trust. We worked together and made magic! Continue reading

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