We believe the essential ingredient of early childhood quality starts with everyday interactions between educators and children.  

By identifying and capturing these moments, we can recognize the deep and simple in our daily work and grow as professionals.

Finding the deep and simple
in quality early childhood education.

 
 

Everyday Interactions Matter is a professional development initiative to help early childhood educators learn and grow from their own practice. By focusing on everyday staff-child interactions as the raw material for learning and reflection, we focus on the single essential quality ingredient that matters more than any other element.


You can do it. We can help.

Partners

Pittsburgh Association for the Education of Young Children
The Fred Rogers Company
The Fred Rogers Center for Early Learning and Children’s Media