1. Introduction to the California Early Childhood Educator Competencies

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    This video has been developed by the Competencies Integration Project to give you a very basic overview of the Early Childhood Educator Competencies adopted by California in Fall of 2011.

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    • Old MacDonald from Lots To Learn educational DVDs and Children's Video

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      A segment of Old MacDonald from Lots To Learn, our award-winning product line of educational preschool DVDs and videos for toddlers, preschoolers, and young children at www.LotsToLearn.com

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      • discoveryLAND at TWOS Edmonton - Design by Toboggan

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        Design + Project Management by Toboggan Design inc. of Montreal Canada. http://www.toboggandesign.com 3600 square foot early childhood gallery at Telus World of Science Edmonton. Edmonton, Alberta, Canada - Opened December 2011 http://www.edmontonscience.com Project Collaborators: Atelier du Presse-Citron, Exposition TCD, Boss Display.

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        • Pre-K Circle Time: Linda Yu

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          Watch as Linda reinforces a variety of skills during Circle/Large Group/Meeting Time. These include behavior expectations, class culture norms, calendar, counting, patterns, colors, shapes, and letter/sound correspondence.

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          • Harding Academy Cordova Early Childhood

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            The Early Childhood program at Harding Academy's Cordova campus begins as early as 18 months and goes through 3 years old. The program is NAEYC accredited and boasts a fantastic building. After EC3, students can enter the Jr K and Sr K program without even leaving the building. http://hardingacademymemphis.org

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            • Infant and Toddler Reflective Curriculum Planning, Part I

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              Infant and Toddler Reflective Curriculum Planning Series, Webinar 1. March 5, 2013. Presenters: Dr. Ron Lally and Dr. Peter Mangione, Co-Directors of The Center for Child and Family Studies at WestEd. Event-related resources (PDF of presentation, etc.): https://wested.box.com/s/2n85y7g28kyrvc9y6zta In this archived webinar, the presenters give an overview of how to translate research into teacher practice to improve program quality for infants and toddlers. Focusing on current research on how infants and toddlers learn and develop, they discuss a reflective planning process and strategies to assist teachers in their efforts to plan appropriate curriculum for children from birth to three years of age. The reflective process that is described is grounded in observation and documentation of infants and toddlers pursuing their natural learning agenda. Dr. Lally and Dr. Mangione also reference resources for participants to use and present examples to illuminate the principles of Reflective Curriculum Planning. This information lays the necessary groundwork for understanding of Part II in the series. Background to the Series: The California Department of Education, Child Development Division, in partnership with WestEd’s Center for Child & Family Studies, conducted the webinar series—Infant and Toddler Reflective Curriculum Planning. Its purpose is to promote early childhood educators' implementation of high-quality curriculum practices that support the development of the knowledge and skills of infants and toddlers as described in the California Infant/Toddler Learning and Development Foundations. The goal of this two-part webinar series is to provide participating early childhood professionals with a structure they can use to make informed decisions about curriculum practices for Infants and toddlers, and to highlight the newest component of the California Infant-Toddler Learning and Development System: California Infant/Toddler Curriculum Framework. It presents principles, a planning process, and strategies to assist teachers in their efforts to support children’s learning from birth to three years of age. The framework is based on current research on how to facilitate infant and toddler learning in four domains as described in the Infant/Toddler Learning and Development Foundations—social-emotional, language, intellectual, and perceptual and motor development.

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              • Enhancing Infant and Toddler Care through Reflective Practice, Part I

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                In this first webinar in the Enhancing Infant and Toddler Care through Reflective Practice series series, Arlene Paxton and Janet Poole, Co-Directors of the Program for Infant/Toddler Care Partners for Quality at WestEd, and Alicia Tuesta, Director of Training for WestEd's Center for Child and Family Studies, discuss how to translate research into teacher practice to improve program quality for all infants and toddlers.

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                • Early Childhood

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                  • Growing Greatness from the Inside Out - SFWS Story

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                    The Santa Fe Waldorf School prides itself on growing greatness from the inside out by offering quality education for grades Pre-K to 12. Our education is founded on the educational philosophy of Rudolf Steiner. View our video to learn more about what we offer for your child's education and life-long learning.

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