EDUCATORS’ NEIGHBORHOOD

Educators’ Neighborhood is a place for educators to learn from and with each other inspired by the life and work of Fred Rogers. We study episodes of Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood, read from the Fred Rogers Center archive, and generate new ideas together connected to our daily practice with young children. 

Apply for Educators’ Neighborhood Learning Community 2

Applications Due: May 15, 2020

 

Do you want to be part of next school year’s cohort of our Educators’ Neighborhood Learning Community?

 

Apply here to be part of a small group of local early childhood educators (preK-grade 3), who will learn together during the 2020-21 school year to connect Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood episodes with learning goals in their education context.

 

Learn more about project requirements HERE.

 

Access the sharable file HERE.

 

If you have any questions, please email us at: educators.neighborhood@stvincent.edu

UPCOMING EVENTS

*Event dates subject to change due to COVID19 closures*

 

May 13: Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood Today. Carnegie Library Homewood. 5-7pm – Click HERE to RSVP

May 15: Applications due for Educators’ Neighborhood Learning Community 2

July 6-8: Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood Today Symposium 

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