In this episode, Dr. Grisham-Brown shares more about the critical messages covered in her latest book, “Blended Practices for Teaching Children in Inclusive Settings, 2nd Edition”.
Dr. Jennifer Grisham-Brown is an author, researcher, and inclusion expert, and was my guest for this podcast episode. During our chat, we explored what is meant by blended practices and talked about many of the challenges early childhood teams face in delivering quality care and education. In this episode, Dr. Grisham-Brown also shares real-life success stories, what’s new and “hot” in the 2nd edition of her latest book, and few tips you can put into practice immediately.
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About the author: Dr. Jennifer Grisham-Brown
Jennifer Grisham-Brown is a professor and program chair in the Interdisciplinary Early Childhood Education program and faculty director of the Early Childhood Laboratory school. She is co-author of two books on blended education in early childhood education (Blended Practices in Early Childhood Education and Blended Assessment Practices in Early Childhood Education). Her research interests include authentic assessment, tiered instruction, and inclusion of children with significant disabilities.
Dr. Grisham-Brown is co-founder of a children’s home and preschool program in Guatemala City called Hope for Tomorrow, where she accompanies students for the education abroad program. Click here to download her vita.