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The Language of Story and Play Subscription, 12 Months

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When we collect children's stories, we strengthen their literacy skills and their ability to ask and answer questions. When we connect stories, we pave the way for making friends and for later reading comprehension, when children will need to connect books to themselves, other books, and the world.  When we nurture stories, we give children the opportunity to practice the social, emotional, and cognitive skills needed for creativity, collaboration, and critical thinking. 

This online video catalog from the Child Care Collection at Ball State University contains 80 3- to 5-minute clips featuring a variety of caregivers, preschool teachers, and storytellers using story and play to engage with young children. With the help of the catalog's clips, transcripts, categories, tags, and downloadable viewers' guides, subscribers will have access to a wide variety of strategies that will enable them to co-construct a classroom environment where play is valued, and stories are used to support all aspects of children's development.

Sign up now for a 12-month subscription. 

The Language of Story and Play Subscription, 6 Months

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When we collect children's stories, we strengthen their literacy skills and their ability to ask and answer questions. When we connect stories, we pave the way for making friends and for later reading comprehension, when children will need to connect books to themselves, other books, and the world.  When we nurture stories, we give children the opportunity to practice the social, emotional, and cognitive skills needed for creativity, collaboration, and critical thinking.

This online video catalog from the Child Care Collection at Ball State University contains 80 3- to 5-minute clips featuring a variety of caregivers, preschool teachers, and storytellers using story and play to engage with young children. With the help of the catalog's clips, transcripts, categories, tags, and downloadable viewers' guides, subscribers will have access to a wide variety of strategies that will enable them to co-construct a classroom environment where play is valued, and stories are used to support all aspects of children's development.

Sign up now for a 6-month subscription. 

The Language of Story and Play Subscription, 1 Month

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When we collect children's stories, we strengthen their literacy skills and their ability to ask and answer questions. When we connect stories, we pave the way for making friends and for later reading comprehension, when children will need to connect books to themselves, other books, and the world.  When we nurture stories, we give children the opportunity to practice the social, emotional, and cognitive skills needed for creativity, collaboration, and critical thinking.

This online video catalog from the Child Care Collection at Ball State University contains 80 3- to 5-minute clips featuring a variety of caregivers, preschool teachers, and storytellers using story and play to engage with young children. With the help of the catalog's clips, transcripts, categories, tags, and downloadable viewers' guides, subscribers will have access to a wide variety of strategies that will enable them to co-construct a classroom environment where play is valued, and stories are used to support all aspects of children's development.

Sign up now for a 1-month subscription. 

Nature in Early Childhood Education: Designing Curriculum to Meet Standards With Evidence-Based Practices (DVD)

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Nature and outdoor playscapes have become the modern platform for early learning. Nature in Early Childhood Education offers cutting edge examples of how environmental studies can add a robust learning element across a wide array of disciplines. See how playscapes can become outdoor classrooms where children explore interests in math, science, social studies and language development. Playscapes offer a safe environment for children to explore learning throughout the seasons.

From Arlitt Instructional Media.

Also available:

Math: #8019
Mathematical Thinking: #8043
Language Arts: #8023
Science: #8024
Social Studies: #8025
Art: #8108 
Managing Everyday Challenges Through Positive Guidance: #8044 
English Language Learners: #8055

Engaging Adult Learners Using Multiple Intelligences: The Toolkit of Adult Education Instructional Strategies (CD)

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This interactive toolkit offers practical strategies for adapting content to address the individual strengths and diverse intelligences of your audience. This resource includes

  • 18 videos demonstrating teaching strategies in a live setting
  • 49 active engagement activities sorted by intelligence
  • 32 downloadable Word and PowerPoint templates you can modify to your specific content

These down-to-earth practical strategies will help you address the learning principle that an audience's interaction with content is actually more important than the presentation of the content. This dynamic resource will transform your presentations, creating lasting change through authentic engagement, empowered learning, and intentional practice. From Child Care Exchange.

Series 7: Healthy and Successful Children: Roles for Early Childhood Educators and Parents (DVD)

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Understand how to delineate the significance of protective factors in young children. Learn strategies for supporting the development of assets and protective factors. Understand the importance of social marketing as a strategy for increasing parent involvement.

Understand key risk factors and important family protective factors. What are the barriers to parent involvement that teachers can address? Learn ways to promote parent involvement. Learn social marketing strategies that can increase parent engagement. Experience ways family celebrations and reading nights can involve families in prevention.

From Arlitt Instructional Media. 158 minutes.

Also available:
#8200 Series 5: Nurturing Healthy and Socially Competent Children
#8201 Series 6: Social and Emotional Development in Young Children
#8203 Series 8: Family Communication: Roles for Early Childhood Educators and Parents
#8204 Series 9: Building Developmental Assets in Young Children: Roles for Early Childhood Educators and Parents

Series 9: Building Developmental Assets in Young Children: Roles for Early Childhood Educators and Parents (DVD)

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Learn how to explain risk and protective factors associated with healthy behaviors in children. Identify key developmental assets in children and apply strategies to help children build them. Understand the three key areas in identifying risk factors in children. 

Understand the importance of building self-esteem and resiliency in children. What are the key components in helping children build self-esteem? How can a sense of uniqueness help children build developmental assets? What is the role of race, culture, and ethnic background in building a sense of uniqueness in children? Help children define their own power as a means to build self-esteem.

From Arlitt Instructional Media. 183 minutes. 

Also available:

#8200 Series 5: Nurturing Healthy and Socially Competent Children
#8201 Series 6: Social and Emotional Development in Young Children
#8202 Series 7: Healthy and Successful Children: Roles for Early Childhood Educators and Parents
#8203 Series 8: Family Communication: Roles for Early Childhood Educators and Parents  

Series 8: Family Communication: Roles for Early Childhood Educators and Parents (DVD)

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Learn the importance of building positive family communication skills in parents and children. Apply strategies to help parents enhance effective family communication skills. Help children and parents improve listening skills. See how non-verbal skills like avoiding eye contact and fidgeting can block communication.

Learn strategies that facilitate pro-social development. Understand active listening through encouraging, clarifying, repeating, reflecting and summarizing. Learn how to help children build problem solving skills and conflict resolution. See how effectively managing our own emotions can help us teach the same skills to children.

From Arlitt Instructional Media. 200 minutes.

Also available:
#8200 Series 5: Nurturing Healthy and Socially Competent Children
#8201 Series 6: Social and Emotional Development in Young Children
#8202 Series 7: Healthy and Successful Children: Roles for Early Childhood Educators and Parents
#8204 Series 9: Building Developmental Assets in Young Children: Roles for Early Childhood Educators and Parents

Series 6: Social and Emotional Development in Young Children (DVD)

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What is emotional literacy? Learn the importance of teaching emotional literacy to young children. How can social/emotional development be supported through building empathy, expressing feelings and building a sense of confidence and competence? Brainstorm ways to teach emotional literacy.

When do the first signs of friendship emerge? When does children learn empathy? How do friendships support cognitive and social development? Learn how to help children build friendship skills through turn taking, sharing and play. Learn how to help children build friendship skills by entering play and role modeling.

From Arlitt Instructional Media. 154 minutes.

Also available:
#8200 Series 5: Nurturing Healthy and Socially Competent Children
#8202 Series 7: Healthy and Successful Children: Roles for Early Childhood Educators and Parents
#8203 Series 8: Family Communication: Roles for Early Childhood Educators and Parents
#8204 Series 9: Building Developmental Assets in Young Children: Roles for Early Childhood Educators and Parents

 

Series 5: Nurturing Healthy and Socially Competent Children (DVD)

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How can adults build resiliency in youth? Learn how you can overcome the barriers to resilience, such as the death of a parent or grandparent, poverty, job loss or the disability of a parent. Learn how to help a child develop self-esteem and how a sense of personal security builds resilience. See how working with families across a broad array of issues can help children build resiliency. Understand the language of resiliency.

Learn how a small change in the classroom can help support children’s social competence. How can this challenge of social competence be addressed among English language learners? How can communication and problem solving help children build social competence? This DVD addresses these questions and more. 

From Arlitt Instructional Media. 164 minutes.

Also available:
#8201 Series 6: Social and Emotional Development in Young Children
#8202 Series 7: Healthy and Successful Children: Roles for Early Childhood Educators and Parents
#8203 Series 8: Family Communication: Roles for Early Childhood Educators and Parents
#8204 Series 9: Building Developmental Assets in Young Children: Roles for Early Childhood Educators and Parents

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