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Owner, Editor, Educator, and All Round Web Guru

Daylene

Way back in 1997, I became frustrated with the lack of free online resources for early childhood educators. I did not have the budget to go out and buy a massive library of preschool curriculum resources. I decided to do something about it! The first version of The Perpetual Preschool published a free page provided by AOL. I posted all of the ideas that I successfully used in my classroom. I encouraged experts, like yourselves, to share what worked in their classrooms.

Since that time, The Perpetual Preschool has changed and evolved into a tremendous resource.  Now, there are more than 50,000 ideas that you can use in your classroom.

Workshops

In addition to the free curriculum ideas on The Perpetual Preschool, I developed the Perpetual Preschool Workshops. Since 1998, the Perpetual Preschool Online Workshops have offered 16 different learning modules to early childhood professionals. All of the seminars are self-study, Complete them at your leisure. They will never expire.  The best part is they cost $16.00 each.

A Heart For Teaching

I also have a real heart for those who have a chronic illness.  You see, 12 years ago I was diagnosed with end-stage congestive heart failure at 40.  My heart only functioned at 10%, and the prognosis was grim.  Here I am 12 years later.  It has not always been easy. I’ve had two different internal cardiac defibrillators implanted to shock my heart if it decided to stop.  In February 2016, I had a new fangled bi-ventricular pacemaker/defibrillator installed.  I believe that my online teaching and continual development of The Perpetual Preschool has kept me around for all these years!

If you want to know more or want to see my professional experience, check out my LinkedIn Page.  You can also follow me on Pinterest or Facebook.

Phone:  520-201-5885

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