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Block Play: Constructing Realities (DVD)

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Blocks are timeless materials that give children joy and a means of self-expression and learning. This video examines how children acquire knowledge and skills through block play. Describes skills and the stages of building. Produced by South Carolina Educational Television. 20 min.

Acquiring Self-Regulation (DVD)

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Explores the challenges children face as they make the transition from external regulation to self-regulation.  Part of the Social and Emotional Development of Infants and Toddlers Video Series, based on the research of From Neurons to Neighborhoods: The Science of Early Childhood Development. Produced by The Child Care Collection at Ball State University. 22 min.

Social and Emotional Development of Infants and Toddlers DVD Series

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SAVE when you order all three videos in the Social and Emotional Development of Infants and Toddlers DVD Series. These videos, Communication and Learning, Making Friends and Getting Along with Peers, and Acquiring Self-Regulation, are based on the research of From Neurons to Neighborhoods: The Science of Early Childhood Development. Produced by The Child Care Collection at Ball State University.

Welcoming All Children (DVD)

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High-quality child care environments include children with special needs. This video discusses how to develop and implement an inclusive early childhood setting and provides strategies and techniques to ensure that your center or home truly welcomes all children. 28 min. Also available on VHS (#842).

Storytelling and Story Acting With Vivian Paley (DVD)

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For teachers who have been intrigued by Vivian Paley's books about storytelling and story acting, this video is an excellent starting point. Begin with the basics (how to use masking tape to make a stage) and then watch the children use their stories to explore issues of empathy, intimacy, fairness, justice and fantasy. 19 min. Produced by The Child Care Collection at Ball State University. 

Cooing, Crying, Cuddling: Infant Brain Development (DVD)

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Explores the fascinating process of brain development during the first 15 months of life. Understanding how to stimulate this process can help to "build a better brain." From the Child Care Collection. 28 minutes.

Laughing, Learning, Loving: Toddler Brain Development (DVD)

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Throughout the toddler period the brain continues to develop at an astonishing rate, and there is much we can do to promote optimal development. From the Child Care Collection. 28 min.

An Afternoon With the Experts: Dan Gartrell on Guidance (DVD)

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Learning what good guidance is and how to use it effectively with young children is the most important—and often the most difficult—part of working with young children. In this DVD, Dan Gartrell clarifies what effective guidance looks like, tells how to provide it in classrooms, and explains why providing good guidance for children is imperative for their lifelong social and emotional success. From Chattahoochee Technical College.

Developmentally Appropriate Practice and the New Developmentally Appropriate Practice DVD-ROM (Set)

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Developmentally Appropriate Practice is the essential resource for the early childhood field. With sections that focus on Infants and Toddlers, the Preschool Years, the Kindergarten Year, and the Early Primary grades, each age-specific section of this comprehensive book provides

  • an overview of development and learning across all domains
  • hundreds of concrete examples of exemplary practice
  • NAEYC's position statement
  • a CD of articles from Young Children and video of developmentally appropriate practice in action

The New Developmentally Appropriate Practice DVD-ROM is a professional development resource that includes interviews with NAEYC leadership and early childhood experts; classroom scenes of DAP in action; NAEYC's 2009 webcasts Responses to Questions You Asked About DAP; and "Reflection Questions." 52 min.

Developmentally Appropriate Practice and A Focus on Intentionality and on Play (Set)

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Developmentally Appropriate Practice is the essential resource for the early childhood field. With sections that focus on Infants and Toddlers, the Preschool Years, the Kindergarten Year, and the Early Primary grades, each age-specific section of this comprehensive book provides

  • an overview of development and learning across all domains
  • hundreds of concrete examples of exemplary practice
  • NAEYC's position statement
  • a CD of articles from Young Children and video of developmentally appropriate practice in action

Developmentally Appropriate Practice: A Focus on Intentionality and on Play (DVD-ROM) features interviews with practictioners and other experts, as well as classroom scenes of DAP in action with infants, toddlers, preschoolers, kindergartners, and primary grade children.

  • DAP and Intentionality—addresses ways in which teachers intentionally use a variety of learning formats and teaching strategies to support children's learning.
  • DAP and Play—how excellent teachers recognize and support high-level play, which leads to powerful learning
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