Hacking Early Childhood

Jessica Cabeen on Episode 339

From the Cool Cat Teacher Blog by Vicki Davis

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Jessica Cabeen, the 2017 Minnesota National Distinguished Principal, and talks about how we can hack and improve early learning. This is a must-listen for kindergarten principals and teachers.

339 Jessica Cabeen

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Jessica Cabeen’s Bio


Jessica is the Principal of Ellis Middle School in Austin Minnesota. Prior to that, she was the principal of the “Happiest Place in Southeastern Minnesota”, the Woodson Kindergarten Center. She has been an assistant middle school principal, a special education supervisor, and special education teacher. She started her career as a Music Therapist and worked with adults with disabilities and adolescents in residential settings in Iowa and Illinois.

Jessica was awarded the NAESP/VINCI Digital Leader of Early Learning Award in 2016 and in 2017 was named the Minnesota National Distinguished Principal. Jessica is active on social media (@JessicaCabeen) and co-moderates #ECEChat as well as engages with other educators looking to make all things possible for our young learners, and learners that are young at heart.

You can connect with her on twitter and voxer @JessicaCabeen or on her website: https://jessicacabeen.com/

Hacking Early Learning: https://jessicacabeen.com/hacking-early-learning/
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