We’re celebrating today, 300 episodes of We Turned Out Okay!
I am super excited to welcome back beloved guests Tricia Tomaso, preschool teacher extraordinaire, and Janine Halloran, coping skills expert, for a roundtable discussion talking about social and emotional learning, and if schools actually do screw up kids… And we’re also answering your questions in this tri-centennial episode!
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Tricia Tomaso is a 3-time returning champion! Click here for episode 267, her most recent past episode.
Today, Tricia shares about the following:
Janine Halloran, aside from being a hugely appreciated sponsor of We Turned Out Okay, is a 4-time returning champion! Click here for episode 201, her most recent past episode.
Today, Janine shares about the following:
See below for what I share about in today’s episode:
The Louise Penny books, about the village of Three Pines and Chief Inspector Gamache
Blake Boles, author whose life and work have been dramatically influenced by John Taylor Gatto
I did say a bazillion links, and I was pretty close!