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Ruth Hanford Morhard

Ruth Hanford Morhard has been involved in early childhood education for over 20 years as consultant to national, regional and local philanthropic, early childhood and educational institutions, including Starting Point for Child Care and Early Education; the Child Day Care Planning Project; United Way and Salvation Army organizations across the country; and several colleges and universities. In addition to Wired to Move: Facts and Strategies for Nurturing Boys in an Early Childhood Setting, she authored the children’s book, I Have Magic Helpers; its companion book for parents and educators, Building Blocks; United Way at 100, Shaping a System of Higher Education; edited the anthology, What Can One Man Do; and has written and produced numerous award-winning publications, films, and videos.

Morhard has also served as a senior executive of major philanthropic, arts, and human service institutions, and has been on the adjunct faculty of an Ohio university. She has a BA from Skidmore College and a Certificate in Creative Nonfiction from Stanford University. She resides in Northeastern Ohio. 

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Praise for Wired to Move:

The connections to brain research and the ways boys learn and behave explained what I have seen and experienced in my many years in the field of early childhood special education. Boys are different than girls because there are differences in the way their brains develop. The author explains how boys are wired and then tells teachers what to do to make the learning environment more boy friendly. I think anyone involved in the raising or education of a boy would find this book meaningful and helpful.


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Books by Ruth Hanford Morhard

Wired to Move
4 Stars
Price: $19.95