About the Author:

Nadia Jaboneta

Nadia Jaboneta is a program coordinator and classroom teacher at Pacific Primary preschool in San Francisco, California. She has 20 years of experience in the Early Childhood Education field teaching young children, training teachers, consulting and facilitating workshops. She is proud to have immigrant parents from Lima, Peru. It is because of their hard work, resilience and support that she is who she is today. Nadia attended San Francisco State University for both her Bachelor's and Master's degree. There she had the opportunity to learn about teacher research and the importance of capturing children’s voices and to reflect on her own practice. She was named a Promising Emerging Leader by Exchange in 2015, and is the coauthor of Children’s Lively Minds: Schema Theory Made Visible with Deb Curtis.

Nadia Jaboneta 's Books

  • ROW Collection Set

    Authors: Nadia Jaboneta, Bethica Quinn, Rosalina Rodriguez, Ann Pelo, Margie Carter, Bridgette Towle, Angela Heape

    Product Code:
    702034 (Book Set)
    702034 (Book Set)
    Age Focus: 3-12

    Description & More Details

    The Reimagining Our Work (ROW) collection is a series of stories written by early childhood educators that illuminate the pedagogical approach described in the foundational text From Teaching to Thinking.

  • You Can't Celebrate That!: Navigating the Deep Waters of Social Justice Teaching

    Author: Nadia Jaboneta

    Product Code:
    702408 (Softbound)
    9780942702408 (Softbound)
    Age Focus: 4-12

    Description & More Details

    Find inspiration in this compelling story of an educator's social justice journey as she partners with families to explore racial identity, religious celebrations, and racism in response to a biased comment by one child to another in her diverse preschool class.

    100 pages

  • Children's Lively Minds: Schema Theory Made Visible

    Authors: Deb Curtis, Nadia Jaboneta

    Product Code:
    546940 (Softbound)
    978-1-60554-694-0 (Softbound)
    Age Focus: 0-5
    Full Color

    Description & More Details

    Clear, practical advice for adults observing children's cognitive development associated with schema theory.

    Age focus: 0–5
    224 pages

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