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Laura Mason Zeisler, M.Ed., is the Executive Director of Explorations Unlimited, LLC, an education consulting firm specializing in training, technical assistance and resource evaluation and development. Explorations Unlimited was established in 1990. Ms. Zeisler has provided training and technical assistance in Spanish since 1994. She has taught in a wide variety of environments for more than thirty-five years, teaching children age 2 through grade 6. Classroom environments included: dual-language immersion, public school, Montessori, Head Start, bilingual (English and Spanish), and in private for-profit and non-profit centers.

Her administrative experience includes education director in an early childhood education center-based program, director of a school-age care program in a laboratory school, and acting director and head teacher in a bilingual center-based program.

She taught the first three-credit course, in Rhode Island, for before and after-school program staff, at Rhode Island College in 1996, and taught in Spanish the first three-credit course, in Rhode Island, on Child Growth and Development being taught in Spanish in 2011 and again in 2012.

She also has provided professional development for teachers, college students, media specialists and social service workers through college courses, pre-service and in-service training and at conferences around the U.S.

She has been actively involved in a number of early care and education and school-age care professional organizations, and has served as President of the Rhode Island Association for the Education of Young Children and as Chair of the Diversity Council of the New England Association for the Education of Young Children. She co-authored Gender Equity in Children's Literature, and has had several articles published in professional journals and newsletters.

Her clients include: Ready to Learn Providence, Beautiful Beginnings, Smith Hill Early Learning Center, Quincy Community Action Programs,Inc, Lourdes V. Pichardo, Consultant, Carrusel at Progreso Latino, Brown/Foxpoint Early Childhood Education Center, Mt. Hope Day Care Center, Rhode Island Education Media Association, Central Falls Even Start, Providence School Department, Childspan, Rhode Island Department of Education, Reading is Fundamental, DS Robinson Associates, Ready to Learn Providence, Henry Barnard School Explorations, East Bay Head Start, Reservoir Avenue School, Polaroid Education Program, Albany YMCA, Killingly Public Schools, Tritown Head Start, Providence Head Start, Family Resources, Mulberry Child Care Center, Buttonwoods School for Young Children, Bellingham Early Childhood Program Christopher Rhodes School, and North Smithfield School Department, Pennsylvania State University, Caring for Connecticut's Kids, Anti-Defamation League/World of Difference Program, Project Connect, Sunrise Academy, Learning Tree Store, East Hartford/Glastonbury Magnet School, Massachusetts Family Day Care System, Rhode Island Education Media Association, and Manchester Memorial Hospital.