1. FULL KEYNOTE: Richard Cohen - "Early Childhood Professionals: The Heroes of Our Time"

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    Enjoyed "Top Ten Signs You're an Early Childhood Educator" on YouTube? Now watch the entire inspiring 60 minute keynote address as Richard shares his story, interacts with his audience and gets a conference of teachers, caregivers and directors singing, laughing, reflecting and learning. Please visit www.richardcohen.com to learn more...

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    • Illinois Summit on Early Childhood - No More Apple Juice and Crackers: How to Really Promote Better Nutrition

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      Marline Schwartz, PhD Deputy Director Rudd Center for Food Policy and Obesity Yale University Illinois Summit on Early Childhood and Healthy Beginnings October 16th, 2009

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      • Family Involvement through Evidence-Based Programs

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        Summit on Childhood Obesity, November 16, 2011, Baltimore, MD, Breakout Session #3, Healthiest Maryland Families & Early Childhood

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        • Illinois Summit on Early Childhood - Advances in Early Childhood Education: Does One Size Fit All?

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          Barbara T. Bowman M.A. Chief Officer Office of Early Childhood Education Chicago Public Schools Erikson Institute Chicago Illinois Summit on Early Childhood and Healthy Beginnings October 16th, 2009

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          • Mary Anne Snyder, Discussion: Leadership and the Early Learning Challenge Fund

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            Audio only. Discussion Format: Leadership and the Early Learning Challenge Fund. Mary Anne Snyder, Director, Office of Early Childhood, State of Colorado Recorded July 25, 2013 Buell Alumni Symposium, Inverness Hotel, Englewood, CO

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            • Assessment of Early Childhood Reading

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              This video is used to demonstrate the assessment of young students with respect to reading ability and the multiple domains necessary for developing readers. It is used by the America Reads program at the University of Michigan

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              • Ready to Write: Why Handwriting in Early Childhood May Actually Matter

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                In today's technology-driven classrooms, some educators and parents question the relevance of developing young children's handwriting skills. However, research suggests that early, developmentally appropriate exposure to handwriting may impact future academic performance. During this webinar, Dr. Laura Dinehart from Florida International University: - discusses the research linking handwriting to improved academic performance, self-efficacy, and self-concept. - demonstrates how handwriting skills impact reading and math achievement specifically. - shares strategies that ensure students receive effective handwriting instruction.

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                • July 24, 2015 Broadcast

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                  Dr. Cindy Bess, Early Childhood, Early Childhood Psychologist, the Importance of Play, level playing field, children, kids, play, imagination, joy

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                  • QRIS: Help Protect Montessori Early Childhood Education

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                    Quality Rating and Improvement Systems ("QRIS") are impacting Montessori Early Childhood programs in almost every state. These systems give a grade to every Early Childhood program based on criteria such as the number of plush animals, blocks, and toy figures that are available in the classes, as well as environmental elements including how well teachers interact with children, according to QRIS criteria. The result is that while play-based day care centers may score well, Montessori schools do not.

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                    • State Funding Forum – Part 1

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                      State Funding Forum, hosted by Community Child Care Co-operative (NSW) on 11 June 2013.

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