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Programas para después de la escuela (VHS)

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After School Programming

In this two-video set, teachers and school administrators will learn how to make the most of out-of-school time. Through developmentally appropriate activities and simple planning, the hours after school can provide meaningful and high-quality experiences for children.

Also available on DVD (#8411, #8411S).

Block Play: Constructing Realities (VHS)

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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. Also available on DVD (#8381).

Teaching the Whole Child in the Kindergarten (VHS)

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Beautifully depicts elements of developmentally appropriate teaching, curriculum, and assessment in two kindergarten classrooms, public and private, in Hawaii. It illustrates principles of good practice, such as integrated curriculum, that can be applied in any location. 27 min. Also available on DVD (#8291).

Basics of Caregiving (VHS)

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Introduction to caring for children. Part 1 of the videos series based on the book Caring For Our Children–National Health and Safety Performance Standards: Guidelines for Out-of-Home Child Care Programs (#705) a project of the American Public Health Association and the American Academy of Pediatrics. Video is 30 minutes long with convenient spots to stop and discuss or review.

For complete set see #820.

Safe Active Play: A Guide to Avoiding Play Area Hazards (VHS) with Training Module

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Video plus 70-page training module to help caregivers identify and avoid the most common causes of serious injuries during active play. The 12 hazards identified are based on a list by the National Playground Safety Institute. Describes each of the hazards and suggests how to avoid them, while also maintaining the quality of active play. Produced by Video Active Productions. 35 min. Also available on DVD (#8191).

Caring for Our Children (VHS Series)

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This six-part video series is ideal for orienting new staff or volunteers in programs or for in-service or preservice preparation of professionals. The videos are based on the book Caring For Our Children–National Health and Safety Performance Standards: Guidelines for Out-of-Home Child Care Programs (2d ed.), a project of the American Public Health Association and the American Academy of Pediatrics. Each video is 30 minutes long with convenient spots to stop and discuss or review. Includes a set of handout masters to be duplicated for training purposes.

Child Care and Children with Special Needs (VHS)

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This two-video set is designed for use as an in-service training tool for program directors and caregivers to inspire and inform them in meeting the challenge of caring for children with disabilities. The first tape describes how the Americans with Disabilities Act applies to child care programs and documents the experiences of four families and programs that are currently making inclusion work. The second tape provides detailed information about how child care programs can interact with parents and special services providers to insure that children with disabilities receive the best possible care. Produced by Video Active Productions. For video set plus printed training module, see #818B; (training module not sold separately). Also available in DVD (#8181).

Recognizing and Reporting Child Abuse and Child Sexual Abuse (3-DVD Set)

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Recognizing and Reporting Child Abuse and Child Sexual Abuse Training DVDS

This 3-disc set includes:

Part 1: Child Abuse in our Communities (23 min.)

–Explores the scope of this unseen epidemic
–Identifies the responsibilities of mandated reporters
–Provides a method to report suspected abuse
–Examines the different types of abuse

Part 2: Recognizing the Signs of Child Sexual Abuse (24 min.)

–Describes why child sexual abuse often continues for years
–Identifies how perpetrators control their victims and their victims' families
–Examines the emotional scars and other effects that sexual abuse has on children
–Explains what behaviors to look for in children that might indicate abuse

Part 3: Handling Disclosures and Reporting Abuse (21 min.)

–Discusses how to talk to a child who seems troubled
–Explains how to appropriately handle a disclosure
–Examines how to document suspected abuse
–Reviews how the authorities may conduct an investigation
–Suggest ways to help victims of abuse recover from the emotional effects
  • Designed for group sessions with a facilitator or for self study.
  • Facilitator Guide included with each DVD.
  • Excellent for teacher in-service training and continual education.

 

This series was produced by Merit Systems LLC in conjunction with Family Support Line.

Child Abuse in Our Communities (DVD)

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Recognizing and Reporting Child Abuse and Child Sexual Abuse DVD Training Series

Part 1: Child Abuse in Our Communities

  • Explores the scope of this unseen epidemic
  • Identifies the responsibilities of mandated reporters
  • Provides a method to report suspected abuse
  • Examines the different types of abuse

Facilitator Guide included. 23 min.

This series was produced by Merit Systems LLC in conjunction with Family Support Line.

How Caring Relationships Support Self-Regulation (VHS)

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Children acquire self-regulatory skills through interaction with caregivers. This video and 50-page video guide explores child development, including what we know from brain research, in relation to self-regulation. Wonderful footage in care settings illustrates caregiver practices that support self-regulation at different ages. Produced and written by Marie Goulet at George Brown College in Toronto. 68 min.

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