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Preschool Learning Foundations and Curricular Frameworks
Featuring Dr. Ross Thompson, distinguished professor of psychology at the University of California, Davis, who studies early parent-child relationships, the development of emotion, and the growth of self-understanding in young children. Recorded January 24, 2014.
social emotional development domain california preschool learning foundations volume 1
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Mathematic Reasoning: Foundations and Framework Volume 1
Mathematic Reasoning: Foundations and Framework Volume 1 by Kathy Carter-Wilson, California Preschool Instructional Network June 23, 2017 Participants will become aware of key concepts to be developed in the Mathematical Reasoning strand of the California Preschool Learning Foundations (PLF) and key strategies in the California Preschool Curriculum Framework (PCF). In addition, participants will consider how to support the development of Mathematical Reasoning foundations for children learning English as a second language adapting curriculum to ensure access for children with varying needs.
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Infant Early Learning Foundations- 1.1
Fun presentation of words and alphabet for toddlers and infants for early learning. * The method employs vibrant colors, motion, and repetition elements to build associations. * The presentation utilizes visual characters and depictions that help hold interest. * Visual elements are highlighted with key auditory signals. * Common objects are used to introduce motion and the behavior of objects in motion. * Pictures of objects are presented with the word for the object concurrently with the word's pronunciation. * Letters of the alphabet are presented and pronounced in an attractive and fun way. ( see Early Bird Phonics )
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Early Childhood Education Research
Here what science says about Early Childhood Education. To support our early years, visit www.patreon.com/sprouts Source: 30 Million Word Difference http://www.aft.org/sites/default/files/periodicals/TheEarlyCatastrophe.pdf The High Scope Perry Preschool Study http://www.highscope.org/file/research/paerryproject/specialsummary_rev2011_02_2.pdf University of Michigan - How American Children Spend Their Time http://preview.tinyurl.com/yb4bzzu3 The Heckman Curve https://heckmanequation.org/resource/the-heckman-curve/ What a child experiences during the first years of their life has a lasting impact on the development of their brain. While genes set the roadmap, experiences create the neural connection inside the brain that sets the foundations of our emotions, language, motor skills, vision, and memories. If one region gets additional stimulation, the neural pathways within that area and the connections to other areas grow stronger. This process is called synaptic pruning. You can also imagine your brain as a planet. There is Motor Skill Metropolis, Memory Mountain and Vision Village. Through the years, popular cities grow bigger and links between them get larger. Now if one area was never developed, there can be traffic jams. This then slows down the development of the entire brain. Some neurotransmitters will be tired getting to work. Others will take short cuts and get lost. Imagine your brain is a planet. Big cities have many houses, roads and connections to travel to other big cities. If they are popular, over time those cities and links between them grow bigger and stronger. But if one town was never developed, citizens will have trouble to get around. As a result there is little business and traffic jam for everyone who wants to pass through. This limits not only the development of that area, but limits the growth of the entire ecosystem. Betty Hart and Todd Risley studied children’s exposure to language. On average children from families on welfare were exposed to about 600 words per hour. Kids from rich families got about 2,000. By the age of 3, the gap becomes 30 million words. But it didn’t end there. Children from privileged families received much more positive feedback. For every 6 words of praise, there was only one word of discouragement. Welfare kids however, heard twice as much discouragements than praise. This could make a difference that lasts a lifetime. In a study that began in 1963, psychologist David Weikart and his team randomly divided 123 underprivileged kids into two groups. One group spent two years at a top preschool with excellent teachers. They made art, discussed problems, and received a lot attention, respect and love. For the other, life went on as usual. Often without much attention from anyone 40 years later the Highscope Perry Preschool Study was published. At age five, 67% of the children in the top preschool group had an IQ of over 90, they were school-ready. Of the others, only 28% achieved that. At fourteen there was a big difference in basic classroom achievements. At twenty-seven the top preschool group were more likely to own their own home. And at age forty they earned more money and were less likely to ever be sentenced to jail. The researchers concluded that the two years at preschool nourished the children not only intellectually but also gave them social skills, courage and perseverance. This combination of character strength, also called Grit, was later responsible for their success in life. The 15,000 dollars invested in putting those kids into preschool, later benefited the entire society, mainly through a reduction in crime. The total return of investment was estimated to be at a 195,000 dollars. In 2006 Nobel Prize winning economist James Heckman published what became known as the Heckman Curve. It shows the return of investments in education, which is the highest in the early years. Governments have since started to act. In Germany parents get a lot of financial support to raise their kids. In Japan, mothers or fathers can take a full year of paid leave. In France all children go to Kindergarten free of charge. If you happen to be in charge, know that with every extra minute you spend encouraging and talking to that little troublemaker, you might be doing him a favor for life. According to the University of Michigan: "regular family dinners are a stronger predictor of good grades than doing homework."
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Preschool Learning Folders- (Kindergarten Prep)
Here I show two wonderful preschool resources: the Literacy Preschool Folder and Math Preschool Folder. They help children learn basic concepts that are foundations needed for Kindergarten and 1st Grade. They are excellent kindergarten Prep and Mastery. No Writing required, great for students with special needs and for young children. Hands on! Literacy Preschool Folder:https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Literacy-Preschool-Learning-Folder-1139583 Math Preschool Folder: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Math-Preschool-Learning-Folder-2466065 Toddler Learning Folder: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Toddler-Learning-FolderPre-School-Prep-1139261 Get the laminate sheet protectors in my amazon affiliate store: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00Q38TSV0/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=9325&creativeASIN=B00Q38TSV0&linkCode=as2&tag=natujady-20&linkId=c90ed7eb7ab2d58f660006f807ac4ff3 Toddler Learning Folder Video: https://youtu.be/BVswl7CHPiM https://jadyalvarez.com/ Get my videos via E-mail Text Keyword JADY to 22828 You will receive all my videos, free printables, & Insider Information delivered right to your inbox! Join my patron sisters for exclusive privately shared videos, tutorials, early education and homeschool ideas, healthy recipes, homemaking, organization and much more! https://www.patreon.com/bloomsisters
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Phonics Course Level 1 | Learn Phonics For Kids | Alphabet Sounds | Phonics For Pre School
Watch Latest Kids Songs ......... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DYMK4hTwVoo&list=PLnCcvHTIyuPS_OyjYefDCEazz7ROCGCjH Pebbles present, Phonics Course Level 1. Learn Phonics For Kids, Alphabet Sounds. The Phonics Course is specially designed for kids to help them learn easily. The teacher explanation along with computer graphics & animation will keep the kids engaged and make learning easy in a fun way. Visit Pebbles Official Website - http://www.pebbles.in Subscribe to our Channel – https://www.youtube.com/user/PebblesKidsLearning?sub_confirmation=1 Engage with us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/PebblesChennai
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Foundations of Education TEACH IN VIDEO The Letter E
Dana Fulcher This video was a course assignment for TEEL 202 at FHSU
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Foundation 2   Circle Time
Children in Foundation 2 at British Early Years Centre International Preschool and Nursery class starting their day with circle time songs.
Foundations of Learning: Teacher's Role in Block Play
Watch and listen as educators from Bank Street, City & Country School, and Caltech discuss the Role of the Teacher in Block Play.
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Tour Raven's School Early Childhood Learning Center
Infant Program (ages 3 months to 12 months): Early childhood development is critical and our experienced staff members aid this key period of learning in our infant center. Our infant center is designed with love and warmth and nurturing caregivers that allow the infants to feel at home while the sound of lullabies and rocking chairs fill the air. We nurture and create a loving and trusting bond between infants and teachers. We promote eagerness to understanding your child's personality, likes, dislikes, and developmental needs. Teachers support the curriculum we follow which include growth of motor skills, reading, flash cards, alphabets, sing along, language development, early music, technology and learning through play. Toddler & Nursery Program (1- 2 years): Nurturing our toddlers and guiding each child through the separation process, as well as introducing them to routines of a school life programs provides a caring environment in which our youngest students begin their education. We believe Toddlers are capable of focusing and absorbing knowledge through play. The classroom environment is designed to allow your Toddler to build trust while learning. This is a remarkable learning period requiring all of their attention. Teachers support the curriculum we follow which include hands on activities, growth of motor skills, flash cards, counting, alphabets, sing along, language development, math, science, creative arts, music, technology and social skills. Preschool Program (2- 3 years): Our exciting Preschool program explores their independence enabling them to begin with building their own relationships with others, work through conflicts, and establish strong relationships. Teachers support the curriculum we follow which include tons of educational elements, hands on activities, growth of motor skills, language, math, science, sensory creative arts, yoga, musical instruments, technology and social skills. The academic materials presented, are designed to stimulate a child's senses as well as respond to his or hers need for order and a sense of leadership. Pre- Kindergarten Program (4 years): This program is designed to prepare your child for kindergarten- the journey to elementary school! The program focuses on building fine habits when learning literature, math, science, social studies, new language, technology, musical instruments, yoga and creative arts. In Pre-K, new academic and social skills develop that will unlock the imagination. By providing experienced educators that know how to engage curiosity, we build self-esteem and confidence. When children are genuinely involved in the learning process they are motivated, persistent and fascinated. Kindergarten ( 5 years): Kindergarten is the perfect combination of friendship and learning. Your child learns to think reasonably, anticipates outcomes, analyzes objects and solves problems. We challenge our children during big projects and encourage them to display their discoveries. This program focuses on providing a structured curriculum that teaches higher level thinking skills. Some of our subjects include language arts, mathematics, social studies, science, yoga, Spanish, music, technology and creative arts.
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Using Early Learning Foundations and Benchmarks to Meet Children’s Diverse Needs
2014 Inclusion Collaborative State Conference-October 23, 2014 Presenter: Whit Hayslip, Independent Early Childhood Education Consultant This highly-interactive session is designed to help participants build their skills in effectively using the California Early Learning Foundations to meet the needs of all children. It will offer specific guidance in strategies for including children with disabilities in Foundations- based assessment and instruction.
Foundations: The value of block play
From this flows rich social and cognitive learning as well as confidence and independent thought. Because there is no correct use of blocks, there is no failure; each success encourages the next experiment. Block play provides amazing opportunities to observe children, giving glimpses into their thinking. We can almost hear a child’s thoughts as we watch and listen. Children use the language of blocks to communicate ideas, building a firm foundation for future forms of self-expression, such as written language. The foundation comes first!
Learning Foundations - Box of Wonder
Learning Foundations
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Early childhood History
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Foundations of Learning: Building STEM Skills
In this educational 3-minute video, Hal Melnick, Susan Wood, and Yvonne Smith explain why every school that is serious about STEM education needs to have a strong block play component in their curriculum.
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Early Childhood Education
Oakland Unified School District is excited to welcome all children who turn three by December 2, into our high-quality Early Childhood Program. Oakland Unified School District Early Childhood Education program strives to build a solid foundation of success for all children and their families. We believe early childhood education is a catalyst to high student achievement. We are committed to providing each child in our program access to a high-quality educational experience. Our promise to provide kindergarten readiness will be accomplished through instruction, assessment and curriculum that is developmentally, culturally, and linguistically appropriate. The curriculum includes instruction in early literacy, math, science, art, physical development, and social/emotional development and is rooted in the California Preschool Learning Foundations. OUSD is the contractor for the State and operates the program through its Early Childhood Education (ECE) Department. ECE is responsible for ensuring that all local, State and Federal requirements are met. ECE operates under Title 5 and Title 22 regulations and adheres to California Education Code. Learn more at www.ousd.org/ece
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Building strong educational foundations (TV commercial)
Studies indicate that a strong educational foundation in a child's early years has a tremendous positive impact on future development and growth. Kamehameha Schools is investing in the potential of tomorrow's leaders by supporting one in every five preschool-age keiki in Hawai'i. Whether it is through Kamehameha's own preschool network, scholarship awards for keiki attending non-Kamehameha preschools or through community collaborations, we're working toward a bright future for our keiki.
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Embedding culture in practice for kindergarten teaching and learning
Watch how Indigenous early childhood educators extend on children’s experiences through cultural knowledges and ways of learning. Visit the Foundations for Success website: http://www.foundationsforsuccess.qld.edu.au/resources a guideline to build on and extend Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children’s learning to achieve the outcomes of the Early Years Learning Framework (EYLF) in the kindergarten year.
Chapter 3: Curriculum in a Transitional Kindergarten Program - TKIG
Implementing a high-quality TK program requires a deep understanding of Californiaís standards for kindergarten, as well as an extensive knowledge of child development and effective instructional strategies for young learners. In this video segment, The Alignment of the California Preschool Learning Foundations with Key Early Education Resources: California Infant/Toddler and Development Foundations, California Content Standards, Common Core State Standards, and Head Start Child Development and Early Learning Framework document is highlighted as a tool for TK curriculum planning. TK curriculum content and strategies for taking an integrated learning approach are reviewed. Emphasis is placed on exposing students to curriculum concepts through experiential and hands-on activities in real contexts.
Early Learning Foundation
Early Learning Foundation at Parkway
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MySELF - Social Emotional Learning Foundations
Published by Newmark Learning, MySELF builds social and emotional intelligence through shared reading of engaging texts that prompt discussions about real-world experiences. A collection of small books, lap books, posters, teacher's guides, and family guides work together to provide an effective and easy-to-use program for young learners.
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Build A Strong Learning Foundations - Infant to Pre School
Jan Bedell, The Brain Coach, teaches you techniques that will help you understand early developmental needs and how to help your child reach their God-given potential. Improved processing abilities, coordination, and basic life skills are mastered much more easily when the brain is organized and fast efficient neuro- pathways exist. Help your child have a solid learning foundation through this webinar.
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Language for Learning: Preschoolers
The purpose of the videos is to illustrate the role of the teacher in using language to support children's development.The interactions you will see include positive language, expansion, questioning, and redirection. Teachers use these techniques to expand children's knowledge, encourage complex thinking and problem solving skills, and help children develop appropriate behavior and positive social skills.
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Early Childhood Education Program
The Early Care and Education profession focuses on the most formative years of human development- caring for children from infancy to age 6. The intentional, purposeful, and meaningful experiences Early Childhood Educators provide to young children are critical for learning and growth. Research in the field of brain development tells us that the care and early learning experiences we provide for children lay the foundation for their future social, emotional, and academic success. For more information visit: http://www.canton.edu/business/early_childhood/
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Building a strong learning foundation
What’s your approach to your child’s education? To raise a child who knows “textbook” answers or a future trail blazer who is a critical thinker and challenges the status quo? Learn how your child can start building his foundation for life-long learning from young. Sign up for our open house here: https://goo.gl/ogFi1j — happening on 1 October, Saturday, at EtonHouse Bilingual Pre-School @ 215 Upper Bukit Timah Road.
Child Development and Learning
This video addresses "Knowledge About Child Development and Learning" and "Facilitating Child Development and Learning."
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California Infant Toddler Foundations Overview
LEC Course 5.2 Activity: Establishing an Accessible Social Presence (Portfolio Assignment)
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Pyramid Model Overview
THIS VIDEO HAS BEEN UPDATED. PLEASE SEE NEW VIDEO AT https://youtu.be/A_byPfNPkKM The Pyramid Model for Supporting Social Emotional Competence in Infants and Young Children is a conceptual framework of evidence-based practices developed by two national, federally-funded research and training centers: The Center for the Social and Emotional Foundations for Early Learning (CSEFEL) and TACSEI. These centers' faculty represent nationally recognized researchers and program developers in the areas of social skills and challenging behavior. Based on evaluation data since 2002, the Pyramid Model has shown to be a sound framework for early care and education systems. Extensive training materials, videos, and print resources to help states, communities and programs implement the model have been developed.
Classical Conversations Curriculum Overview
A general overview of the classical Conversations guide for the Foundations level and how I plan the lessons. Check out my blog for a more detailed week by week overview.: http://www.halfmomhalfamazing.com/?cat=6 All about Classical Conversations: https://www.classicalconversations.com/what-classical-conversations What is Classical Conversations: https://youtu.be/6RPgq9R6vNY Follow my latest Classical Conversations Pinterest Board https://www.pinterest.com/NicoleVenters/classical-conversations-c1/ --------CONNECT WITH ME!----------- MY BLOG: halfmomhalfamazing.com INSTAGRAM: @halfmom_halfamazing FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Half-Mom-Half-Amazing/1579165198987726?fref=ts TWITTER: @Nicole Venters PINTEREST: https://www.pinterest.com/NicoleVenters/
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Preschool Learning: Imagine With Me
WAIT!!! Get to http://www.mrmiketv.com to see videos a week early PLUS check out kids' crafts, activities, and more! DON'T FORGET: The Mr. Mike Shop is open 24/7 at http://mrmikeshop.miiduu.com In the Imagination Room, if you pretend hard enough, you just might be able to see what Mr. Mike is thinking. Is he a bird? A fish? A star? Come find out! Thanks for watching!
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April Toka Box for Preschoolers
California Preschool Learning Foundations include number sense as one of the age appropriate competencies in Preschool. Children learn to compare visually at younger ages and by counting and matching at older Preschool ages. Whether a group of object is less, more or equal than another group. Our Dinosaur math game in April builds this number sense in a unique , playful manner combined with the book Dinosaur-long-as-127-kids where a Dinosaur can only give a ride to 127 kids, not more , not less. What happens when Amma (mother) also wants a ride ? Subscriptions are now open!
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InBrief: Executive Function: Skills for Life and Learning
Learn more about executive function: https://goo.gl/QGAUUd Find activities for developing executive function skills: https://developingchild.harvard.edu/resources/activities-guide-enhancing-and-practicing-executive-function-skills-with-children-from-infancy-to-adolescence/ Being able to focus, hold, and work with information in mind, filter distractions, and switch gears is like having an air traffic control system at a busy airport to manage the arrivals and departures of dozens of planes on multiple runways. In the brain, this air traffic control mechanism is called executive functioning, a group of skills that helps us to focus on multiple streams of information at the same time, and revise plans as necessary. This edition of the InBrief series explains how these lifelong skills develop, what can disrupt their development, and how supporting them pays off in school and life. Acquiring the early building blocks of these skills is one of the most important and challenging tasks of the early childhood years, and having the right support and experiences through middle childhood, adolescence, and into early adult life is essential for the successful development of these capacities. This 5-minute video provides an overview of Building the Brain's "Air Traffic Control" System: How Early Experiences Shape the Development of Executive Function, the joint Working Paper from the National Scientific Council on the Developing Child and the National Forum on Early Childhood Policy and Programs: http://developingchild.harvard.edu/resources/reports_and_working_papers/working_papers/wp11/ For more information, please visit: http://developingchild.harvard.edu/ Major funding support for this video has been provided by: Bezos Family Foundation, Birth to Five Policy Alliance, Buffett Early Childhood Fund, Casey Family Programs, Doris Duke Charitable Foundation, and the W.K. Kellogg Foundation
Foundations Progressive Learning Center Intro
Lincoln, Nebraska's foremost play-based childcare center.
Early Literacy: The Importance of Oral Language
Neuhaus Education Center is proud to partner in Houston ISD’s pilot program, Read Houston Read, which supports its Literacy By 3 movement. The Literacy By 3 movement aims to have every child reading on grade level by the end of third grade. By giving a first-grader a half-hour to an hour of time each week throughout the school year, volunteers can become a Read Houston Read mentor, either in person or over the Internet. Depending on which method each volunteer will be trained to: Share the magic of a book by reading to a child Engage in fun activities that directly relate to the reading Listen to a child read as they share a book with you HISD has identified nearly 300 first-grade classrooms at more than 50 schools, where children are desperately in need of an adult to read to them, to listen to them read, and to reinforce the progress their teachers will start in the classroom through uniform, proven methods. Volunteers and the Houston community will build an important relationship with a student that can make a lasting impact on their self-esteem, ability to learn, and ultimate success. Houston is in a literacy crisis, and it will take everyone – schools, families, community — to help provide this basic skill that can make the difference between lifelong learning and achievement or frustration and failure. Thanks to the generous sponsorship of The Barbara Bush Houston Literacy Foundation, Neuhaus Education Center created volunteer training videos that provide essential and fundamental knowledge of reading in: Letter Recognition, Phonological Awareness and Oral Language. These videos will give the volunteer an abundance of easily-understood information that will truly make the experience enriching for both the student and volunteer.
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Dr. Lilian Katz: What Should Children Be Learning? | 92Y Parenting & Family
http://92Y.org/WonderplayConference | Dr. Katz was our first presenter during the 2012 Wonderplay Early Childhood Education Conference, and had the audience enthralled by her presentation. She discussed the four principles of structural engineering that line up with principles of a good foundation for educating children. She went on to outline the four questions that any curriculum should answer. An important take away from this lecture was that children always learn, not necessarily what you want them to learn.
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Being a communicator – literacy strategies in Indigenous early childhood education
View literacy strategies Aboriginal and Torres Strait educators use to engage children in narrative and text by relating to children’s experiences. Visit the Foundations for Success website: http://www.foundationsforsuccess.qld.edu.au/being-communicator-literacy a guideline to build on and extend Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children’s learning to achieve the outcomes of the Early Years Learning Framework (EYLF) in the kindergarten year.
Foundations Academy - Preschool and After School Care in Katy, Texas
Our vision at Foundations Academy is to provide a loving, nurturing, inviting, and safe environment for our students in order to meet their basic needs while also creating an atmosphere that is conducive to optimum learning. We believe a solid, high-quality preschool learning experience is not only essential to prepare our students for elementary and intermediate education but also to help them achieve and reach their highest potential. The school located on Westheimer Pkwy in Cinco Ranch is family owned and operated. We recently opened in January 2010 and enroll students from 12 months to 6th grade. Our private kindergarten program launches in the fall of 2010.
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Preschool Program
Life Education’s preschool program supports children’s learning and development for a safe and healthy lifestyle, through the opportunity to engage in play-based, experiential and interactive experiences to foster their health and well being, building on their mental, physical and social foundations.
Views: 1304 Life Education
Early Learning Brain Development and Lifelong Outcomes
From www.papromiseforchildren.com. Short video highlighting leading brain research and impact of quality early learning opportunities. Featuring Dr. Jack Shonkoff, founder of the Center for the Developing Child at Harvard University. Learn more about helping promote positive brain development at www.papromiseforchildren.com.
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Transitions from Early Childhood Education and Care to Primary Education
Early childhood education and care (ECEC) can help lay the foundations for future skills development, well-being and learning. Having timely, reliable and comparable international information is essential to help countries improve their ECEC services and systems. For over 15 years, the OECD has been conducting policy analysis and gathering new data on ECEC. For the first time, this report brings together all the key ECEC indicators in one volume. It presents an exhaustive overview of ECEC systems and provision as well as trend data and information on recent reforms. The report takes a hard look at issues such as access and governance, equity, financing, curriculum, the teaching workforce and parent engagement. Key challenges for improving the ECEC sector are identified.
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Child Care Billings MT | 406-652-8953 | Early Childhood Learning in MT
Child Care Billings MT | http://www.aheadofthecurvecdc.com/ | 406-652-8953 Welcome to Ahead of the Curve Child Development Center. Ahead of the Curve believes early childhood learning begins long before kindergarten. Setting the right foundation early on...is critical for your child's best educational experience. At Ahead of the Curve we ensure each child receives individualized attention to help them learn! Visit us at Ahead of the Curve Child Development Center or Call us Today! Ahead of the Curve Child Development Center 3242 Hesper Road, Billings, MT 406-652-8953 Child Care Billings MT http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EDBI7P_fKFk
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Five Predictors of Early Literacy
Early childhood professionals need to know how to support young children's language and early literacy development. In e-clip #1, Dr. Theresa Bouley stresses that best practice in early literacy instruction must involve both spontaneous and planned daily activities focused on the five areas of literacy learning that best predict children's future reading and writing development: oral language, phonemic awareness, alphabet awareness, concepts about print, and early writing with inventive spelling. If preschool teachers know what these five predictors are, they can not only plan daily meaningful lessons in these areas, but they can maximize their ability to catch spontaneous teachable moments throughout the day. Winner of a 2010 Telly Award. Copyright 2009 by the Center for Early Childhood Education at Eastern Connecticut State University. This video may only be used for educational purposes. See http://www.easternct.edu/cece/e-clip-predictors-of-early-literacy/ for discussion questions and other resources related to this video.
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