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Health and Safety Consultation in Child Care (DVD)

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This 2-disc DVD set is an excellent teaching resource for health professionals and program directors. Five topics (National Resources, Making Observations, The Child Care Culture, How to Train Child Care Staff, and Making Health and Safety Improvement Plans) are divided into still more defined and concise segments. The DVD includes an interactive assessment tool and PDF files of relevant forms and other useful resources. From Video Active Productions. 124 min. 

This 2-disc DVD set is an excellent teaching resource for health professionals and program directors. Five topics (National Resources, Making Observations, The Child Care Culture, How to Train Child Care Staff, and Making Health and Safety Improvement Plans) are divided into still more defined and concise segments. The DVD includes an interactive assessment tool and PDF files of relevant forms and other useful resources Caring for Our Children (see #705 for book description). From Video Active Productions. 124 min. Also available as a 5-video VHS set (#862).

Basics of Developmentally Appropriate Practice Set (Book & VHS)

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Q: What's even better for early childhood beginners than the Basics book?

A: The new Basics book with the video to bring best practice to life!

Save when you buy the set!

See product descriptions for the book (#259) and VHS (#860).

Touchpoints (DVD)

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Touchpoints is a three-part guide that offers keen insights for parents and caregivers of infants and toddlers. In volume one Dr. T. Berry Brazelton addresses the common concerns of expectant and new parents. Volumes two and three guide parents through their infant or toddler’s physical, emotional, and behavioral development. Essential viewing for both parents and caregivers. 132 min. From Brazelton.

The award-winning three-volume Touchpoints video series is now available on a single DVD with indexed chapters. In volume one, Dr. Brazelton addresses the common concerns of expectant and new parents. In volumes two and three, Dr. Brazelton guides parents of infants and toddlers through their child's physical, emotional, and behavioral development. Dr. Brazelton's keen insights and comforting manner make Touchpoints essential viewing for parents and caregivers. Topics covered include: Pregnancy - Delivery - Newborn Assessment - Bonding - Crying and Calming - Becoming A Family - Feeding - Sleep ? Stranger Anxiety - Parental Jealousy - Cognitive Development - Motor Skills - Standing/Walking - Negativism -Tantrums - Sibling Rivalry - Discipline - Spoiling -Toilet Training

Music Play: Bah Bah Bebop, Beethoven (DVD)

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This DVD explores the innovative concept that young children’s musical development has much in common with their language development. It considers the role of play, culture, and improvisation and presents examples from a variety of early childhood settings. Features jazz artist/educator Dr. Billy Taylor, among other experts. Produced by South Carolina Educational Television. 54 min.

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

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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. Also available on DVD (#8981).

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. Also available on DVD (#8981).

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. Also available on DVD (#8981).

English Language Learners in the Preschool Setting: Designing Curriculum to Meet Standards With Evidence-Based Practices (DVD)

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Learning a second language takes time, effort, motivation, use, and instruction. Teachers must learn to accept a child's silence, use alternative communication strategies, embrace families as partners in education, and understand the cultural roles, values, traditions, and languages that influence children. This DVD teaches the early childhood educator how to do these things, and also includes specific strategies that are effective in working with English language learners, project work that can be used to develop social communication skills, and a CD-ROM with powerpoints to lead the DVD-based learning.

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 
Nature: #8025

The Sheri Galarza Pre-School Case: A Video Ethnography of Developmentally Appropriate Teaching of Language and Literacy (CD-ROM)

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Seeing an excellent teacher in action—and then having the opportunity to reflect on and discuss what we’ve seen—is a powerful experience. Offers a rich overview of a dynamic pre-school classroom with children of diverse language backgrounds and demonstrates how learning standards can be met through engaging children in different activity centers. Broad instructional goals are united by focusing on developing skills in language, pre-reading, writing, and socio-emotional development. The innovative architecture of this unique CD-ROM facilitates use in many different ways, such as teacher training and staff development. Mac and PC compatible. Co-produced by the Center for Research on Education, Diversity, & Excellence and Brigham Young University's Center for the Improvement of Teacher Education and Schooling.

Projects to Go (DVD)

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From the editors of Early Childhood Research & Practice comes "Projects to Go,” a two-disc CD-ROM and DVD set. Disc 1 (CD-ROM) consists of a collection of articles about the Project Approach and 20 reports of projects conducted by teachers with preschool children. Disc 2 (DVD) shows the Project Approach in action with a video called Rearview Mirror: Reflections on a Preschool Car Project.

Intended for teacher educators, classroom teachers, early childhood students, directors, trainers, and professional development specialists, this two-disc set is a unique preservice and professional development resource for early childhood educators interested in project work. From the Clearinghouse on Early Education and Parenting.

Managing Everyday Challenges Through Positive Guidance: Designing Curriculum to Meet Standards With Evidence-Based Practices (DVD)

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This video includes three programs: Developing positive relationships to support young children's social and emotional development (24 min.); preventative practices in the preschool classroom (35 min.); and developing social skills and utilizing positive guidance strategies in managing everyday challenges (34 min.). From Arlitt Instructional Media in association with Purdy Productions. 

Also available:

Math: #8019
Mathematical Thinking: #8043
Language Arts: #8023
Science: #8024
Social Studies: #8025
Art: #8108 
English Language Learners: #8055 
Nature: #8025

The 101's: A Guide to Positive Discipline (DVD)

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"The 101s" create an environment characterized by respect, trust and empathy, meeting early learning guidelines and providing practical tools and techniques that help parents and teachers stay connected to children in meaningful ways. They ensure healthy relationships while empowering children to be self-directed and cooperative as they learn and grow. Each of the 101 principles is demonstrated in a variety of preschool settings. From Old Dominion University.

 

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