- Voices from the Village podcast from the Wyoming Early Childhood Professional Learning Collaborative.
It takes a village to raise a child, and early childhood educators are an essential part of that village. This podcast highlights voices of nationally recognized early childhood experts alongside the voices of our local experts, Wyoming early childhood educators.
Debbie is featured in Episode 3. Debbie LeeKeenan – Leadership Lessons Learned
Debbie LeeKeenan, a nationally recognized author, presenter, and leader in anti-bias education shares important lessons learned in her years as a program director and in her work with leaders from across the country.
Debbie is full of practical advice, offering leaders simple tools for successfully navigating the complexities of early childhood leadership.
- 2020 Embrace Race Webinar: Nurturing Resilience & Joy Among BIPOC Children: Role of the Educator
- Conversations that Matter: Talking with Children About Big World Issues
- Talking With Children About Race and Social Justice in ChildCareExchange: Now Is Not The Time To Be Silent
- Derman-Sparks, L., Edwards, J. O., Goins, C. M. (2020). Anti-Bias Education for Young Children and Ourselves, Second Edition. Washington, DC: NAEYC
- The Brain Architects Podcast: Brain Architecture: Laying the Foundation
Why are the early years of a child’s life so important for brain development? How are connections built in the brain, and how can early brain development affect a child’s future health? This episode of The Brain Architects dives into all these questions and more.
- Finding a Place for the Religious and Spiritual Lives of Young Children and Their Families, An Anti-Bias Approach Young Children, November, 2019, 37-45, Nimmo, J., Abo-Zena, M., LeeKeenan, D. November, 2019.