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I addressed five questions about the blocks, so you may be able to get a well-rounded understanding:
1. “What are ‘the blocks’?”
2. What is the purpose of the blocks?
3. Why do you need to apply for the blocks?
4. What are the requirements?
5. What happens when you are accepted/What happens when you are denied?
For more information, check out UMD's page on my program's block application requirements: https://cehsp.d.umn.edu/.../early-childhood-programs/unified
Next week's Post: multiple intelligences (MI) and why schools must support them
Did you know there are eight different learning styles? According to Howard Gardner's Multiple Intelligences Theory, people learn in many different ways, and schools must support this learning diversity to support all students.
Last week's post: A glimpse into the U.S. education system: The Good, the bad, and the ugly
The U.S. education system has many flaws -- some of which go against the fundamental principles of education. To learn more, click here!
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Meghan Hesterman (she/her) is a child advocate and education blogger. While a student at the University of Minnesota Duluth (UMD), she created Journal of a Future Teacher to share her journey in becoming an early childhood teacher.