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Toddler Curriculum: Making Connections (VHS)

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This video examines how toddlers, 12 to 36 months of age, develop and learn. It depicts developmentally appropriate curriculum in the toddler classroom. Produced by South Carolina Educational Television. 20 min. Also available on DVD (#8481).

Far Ago and Long Away: Innovative Storytelling (VHS)

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Based on the work of Vivian Paley, this video focuses on the benefits storytelling provides to early literacy experience. Tips are given on ways in which adults can polish their storytelling skills, and help children create, dictate, and dramatize their own stories. From the Child Care Collection. Also available in Spanish (VHS, #840S , DVD #8401S) and on DVD (#8401).

2009 NAEYC Institute Highlights (DVD)

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(Note: This DVD-ROM disc is meant to be played on a computer with a DVD drive.)

This DVD-ROM contains summaries of select sessions from the 2009 Institute.  he summaries are presented as PowerPoint slide programs with audio--the voices of the session presenters. Also included are handouts from the presentations. 

2008 Institute Proceedings (DVD-ROM)

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This resource includes audio presentations with PowerPoint slides. The DVD-ROM also includes supplementary handouts based on sessions from the 2008 Institute for Early Childhood Professional Development, held in New Orleans, Louisiana, in June 2008. The presentations are the Opening Keynote and Closing sessions, select workshops, and the four sessions from the Research Symposium which was held on the Pre-Institute day.

Presenters: Peter Levesque, Doug Clark, Douglas Clements, Marilou Hyson, Diane Levin, Ron Lally, Bob Pianta, Jason Downer, Aisha Ray, and Frances Rust.

 

(Note: To use this DVD-ROM you will need a computer with a DVD drive.)

 

Story in the Early Years - Behappening

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Values Go to School: Exploring Ethics With Children (DVD)

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This program observes that ethical issues are inseparable from the life of the classroom and the school.  Educators incorporate into classroom practice such concepts as racial tolerance, non-violent conflict-resolution and respect for diversity through role-play, targeted readings and discussion.  Values Go to School profiles ways to help children actively develop their own sense of ethics, guiding them to become the engaged, caring and confident people they are meant to be. This documentary is one of four in The Learning Child Series, produced by Jonathan Diamond Associates, Inc. in association with the Child Development Institute at Sarah Lawrence College. Each program includes a companion guide.

Our Family of Films: The Read to Me Collection (DVD)

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Our Family of Films shows how the rewards and pleasures triumph over the often challenging realities when introducing reading and books into the lives of babies. This DVD contains three videos:

  • Reading with babies (18 min.)
  • Leyendo con bebes (Spanish version of Reading with babies) (18 min.)
  • The Read to Me program (30 min.)

Follows teen mothers and their babies as they participate in a series of workshops that brings together parents, babies, and books in important ways. From the Read to Me Program. 

Toddler Curriculum: Making Connections (DVD)

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This video examines how toddlers, 12 to 36 months of age, develop and learn. It depicts developmentally appropriate curriculum in the toddler classroom. Produced by South Carolina Educational Television. 20 min.

 

Story in Early Years - Becoming and Was

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