CALLING ALL EDUCATORS, PRACTITIONERS, AND PARENTS!
Nogginsland has a Facebook group and we would love to have YOU join our community! We are a group of educators, practitioners, and parents dedicated to sharing ideas on education, innovation, and child development. We can’t wait for you to stop by and join in on the discussion!
Facebook groups are an excellent way to find like-minded individuals to become your people – your tribe! It’s good to hear from others who share your struggles, who understand your challenges, and who will cheer loudest at your wins. Our group aims to provide interesting, thought-provoking content that will be relevant to all of our members, regardless of what role you play in the education process. We like to share ideas on how to help our children and students, but also on how to help ourselves. Wellness is a priority, as is creativity – learning is fun, and talking about it and sharing ideas can be magical!
Since everyone in our Nogginsland community is coming from a different background, one of the most special parts of our Facebook group is hearing about the wide variety of experiences that everyone brings to the table. We hear from educators, parents of children small and tall, therapists…everyone has interesting and diverse perspectives!
Our group is brand-new so we are counting on YOU, our members, to help us make it into something REALLY special. Let us know what you want to see more of, what you’re loving (and what you aren’t!), and help us to become a true network, where we can learn from each other, be a source of support, and make new (and lasting) friendships. Fun bonus: We are cooking up some plans to give freebies to new members – and that will include YOU! So come join the fun and stay tuned!
Click here and request to join us! Can’t wait to see you!
Written by: Leanna Young, Nogginsland Facebook Group Moderator
Edited & Designed by: Christina Denham
My name is John Haber. I’m a Pediatric Occupational Therapist and the founder of Nogginsland. I became a COTA in 2003, and then went back to school much later, receiving my Master’s Degree in OT from Mercy College in New York in 2016.
Over the years, I’ve worked with a variety of populations in different settings, from school districts, to developmental disability centers, to children’s hospitals.