Meghan Cornwell is Teachstone's Content Marketing Manager. She has worked as a marketer in the early education industry since 2015. She is passionate about improving access to high-quality education. Meghan graduated from Virginia Wesleyan University in 2007 with a BA in Communications and Theatre. She lives in Richmond, VA and spends her free time exploring parks and museums with her husband and son. Her cats prefer to stay home.
Teachstone hosted the How to Support Your Teachers by Improving Your Culture webinar on June 16, 2022. Led by Erin Sabina, CLASS® Consultant at Teachstone, and Keiyonna Dubashi, Executive Director at Profound Ladies and DEI Program Manager for Teachstone, this webinar focused on building a strong culture in early childhood programs.
The school year is at an end, and many educators and leaders are reflecting and planning for the future. Today’s episode is about both.
Today, Marnetta is joined in conversation with Today's guests are Kristy Umfleet, early care and education specialist at Randolph Kids, and Katherine Davis, childcare director of the Growing Place, and Amy Cubbage, president of the North Carolina Partnership of Children and lead of Smart Start North Carolina. Today's discussion focuses on how children, families, and educators in North Carolina have been impacted since the pandemic and how these leaders are planning ahead for the new school year.
Children experiencing homelessness are subject to stressors that their housed peers typically don’t experience and it is difficult for children to “leave their stressors at the door” when they come to school.
Teachstone recently hosted the What Is “Quality” Teaching Anyway? webinar with Laura Iannazzo, Professional Services Manager at Teachstone, and Gena Puckett, Education and Training Specialist from the University of Mississippi School of Education. Together, they talked about the significance of quality interactions between early childhood educators and infants or toddlers in their care.
Last week marked Teachstone's annual user conference, InterAct NOW: CLASS® Summit, where hundreds of education leaders, coaches, and teachers from around the country came together to network and learn from each other. The event kicked off on Tuesday, March 15 with a special announcement from Teachstone CEO, Dr. Bridget Hamre.
Social emotional learning (SEL) is a critical component of school readiness and later academic and social success. Did you know that high-quality interactions play an essential role in supporting children’s SEL learning? Our new brief breaks down the research behind the connections between teacher-child interactions and important social emotional skills.
We often talk about the stressors educators face within the classroom - from tantrums to a lack of time for planning. But, what external factors are impacting educators, and what can we do to change them to create more meaningful learning experiences? We are excited to introduce our new podcast, Impacting the Classroom, to talk about these big topics in education.
Join our hosts, Darlene Estes-Del Re and Marnetta Larrimer as they bring together the researchers, policymakers, and educators who are making an impact in the field. Our first episode lays the groundwork for some of the larger themes that we'll dive into further over the next few weeks. Episodes are released biweekly and can be found on most major podcast platforms. Listen and subscribe today!
After reading Colleen Schmit’s blog post How to Regain Some Joy in the Midst of Teacher Burnout, I started to reflect on the ways in which my work supports teachers. As Teachstone’s content marketing manager, I’m committed to creating content that is helpful for our larger audience of teachers, mentors, education leaders, and anyone else supporting young learners. I wanted to share the latest resources that Teachstone is building out that will help you maintain your momentum this school year.