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Margie Carter and Deb Curtis founded HARVEST RESOURCES in 1994 as a partnership to inspire early care providers and educators to engage fully in their own learning. When teachers become thoughtful, competent decision makers, they take leadership to transform and advance the profession.

The long awaited 2nd edition of Designs for Living and Learning contains several chapters of new content, including the process of transforming an environment, negotiating with licensors, environmental rating scales, and QRIS systems, and soliciting children’s ideas about the environment. A hardback limited edition version of the book has 16 extra pages including a special letter from the authors and reflections with photos on their professional journey together. This keepsake is a wonderful addition to any early childhood professional’s library. Designs for Living and Learning
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In a time of standardization and prescription, Harvest Resources Associates stands for creative and critical thinking.designs-living-and-learning-2nd-edition
  • We believe teachers and children deserve to be emotionally and intellectually engaged with each other in learning
  • We believe teachers deserve the time and resources to nourish their hearts and challenge their thinking
  • We believe that training and resources should actively engage teachers in reflective practices that bring theory to life and real life to theory
  • We believe seeking diverse perspectives is central to education for democracy
Event Calendar
Reflective Institute and Study Tour: Places for Living and Learning
Thursday, October 22 - Saturday, October 24, 2015
Peterborough, Ontario, Canada
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Come View Our Resources for Reflective Teaching and Learning