Time for another post in the "Brilliant Activities for Birth Educators" series. The purpose of this monthly series is to share engaging, interactive and effective teaching ideas that childbirth educators can use in their classes. We know that when families are participatory, engaged
By Cara Terreri, LCCE
May's Brilliant Activities for Birth Educators idea is all about the postpartum period. Lots of families don't realize that good childbirth classes not only prepare families for the labor and birth but can be a wealth of information about the first weeks with a new baby. Tod
By Stacie Bingham, CD(DONA)
For the March Brilliant Activities for Birth Educators) series post, childbirth educator Stacie Bingham breaks out a well-known children's toy and uses it to help class participants to fully understand what they might experience emotionally during labor and birth. Creat
Today, in our monthly series, "Brilliant Activities for Birth Educators," regular contributor and LCCE Andrea Lythgoe shares a fantastic, interactive idea for helping families to better understand the different positions their baby can be in and the abbreviations used to refer to these positions.
By Kyndal May, MFA, LMP, CD(DONA), BDT(DONA), LCCEToday on Science & Sensibility, we start a new series on teaching ideas and techniques for you to use in your birth classes. The Brilliant Activities for Birth Educators series will bring you exciting and innovative methods to teach the topi