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Sheridan ECE Experts Have Advice on Getting Young Children Ready for School

Aug 27, 2013

Expert faculty available to comment on a range of issues related to early childhood learning

For Immediate Release: August 27, 2013
Oakville, Ontario

From helping children adjust to a full day away from home to knowing how to tell if youngsters are hitting the right developmental milestones, Sheridan has a number of experts available to comment on early childhood education, just in time for the back to school season:

Anna Baas-Anderson

  • R.E.C.E., B.A. and M.Ed in Human Development and Applied Psychology
  • Expert in attachment and separation anxiety

Cathy Coulthard

  • RECE, M.A. Early Childhood Studies, M.A. Adult Education, B.A. Child Studies
  • Expert in play-based learning

Cameille Henry

  • R.E.C.E., MA Early Childhood Studies, B.A. Early Childhood Education
  • Expert in developmentally appropriate behaviours and practices in school-aged children

Lisa Phyllis

R.E.C.E, AECEO certified member, MA Early Childhood Studies, BA Early Childhood Education
Expert in play-based learning
Sheridan College is one of Canada’s leading postsecondary institutions, offering over 100 diploma, certificate, and bachelor degree programs in an environment that fosters innovation and creativity.  Through its Faculty of Applied Health and Community Studies, Sheridan offers a four-year Bachelor of Applied Arts in Early Childhood Leadership. The degree prepares graduates for career work in full-day kindergarten classrooms, family resource programs, early intervention services, and before and after school programs.

For more information, or to arrange interview opportunities, please contact:

Christine Szustaczek, Director of Corporate Communications & External Relations

Tel: 905-815-4169            or           Email:

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