1. DocYOUmenting Hope: the stories of young learners

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    DocYOUmenting Hope is a short, documentary style film that presents parents, kids, and experts sharing their thoughts on learning and development in the first five years. In their own words, parents share their feelings about their role in early learning, how they see their children learning and growing, and share their dreams for their children. We hope this film inspires other parents and any adult that they too have something special to share with the children in their lives!

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    • State Funding Forum – Part 2

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

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      • High School Choir

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        Ay Santa Maria - 15th Century Spanish Salmo 150 - Ernani Aguiar Dindirin - 15th Century Spanish Run to You - The Pentatonix Hanukkah Candle Lighting Khutso (Peace) - Traditional Zulu

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        • The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA)

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          Originally produced as a slide show in 1992, this 21-minute video presents an overview of the law's two early childhood programs: the infant-toddler program (Part C) and the preschool program (Section 619).

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          • Global Leaders Documentary

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            The central goal of the Global Leaders initiative is "to encourage participants to become more effective change agents and advocates for quality early childhood development services in their home countries. On the 2011 World Forum on Early Care and Education in Hawaii, we interviewed Global Leaders of different cohorts trying to understand how much they learned in the process and how was the impact of the program in their life. This video is presented by the World Forum Foundation and the Brazilian Alliance for Early childhood. More about the Global Leaders project: http://worldforumfoundation.org/wf/wp/initiatives/global-leaders-for-young-ch... More about the Brazilian Early Childhood Alliance: www.primeirainfancia.org.br Directed by Gustavo Amora. Interviews: Simone Conceição Editing: Cícero Fraga O objetivo central da iniciativa dos Global Leaders (lideres globais) é encorajar participantes a se tornarem agentes de mudança real e defensores de serviços de qualidade para o desenvolvimento da primeira em seus países. Durante o Fórum Mundial de Educação e Primeira Infância no Havaí, nós entrevistamos Lideres Globais de diferentes turmas para tentar entender o quanto eles aprenderam no processo e o qual foi o impacto do programa em suas vidas. Este vídeo é apresentado pelo World Fórum Fountation pela Rede Nacional Primeira Infância. Saiba mais sobre o projeto dos Global Leaders http://worldforumfoundation.org/wf/wp/initiatives/global-leaders-for-young-ch... Saiba mais sobre a Rede Nacional Primeira Infância: www.primeirainfancia.org.br Imagens e Direção: Gustavo Amora Entrevistas: Simone Conceição Edição: Cícero Fraga

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            • 2005 Bond Update: Episode 29

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              Original Air Date: 3/7/2009 Interview with Jim Strange, principal at LKA Partners about their new architectural designs for the new Transportation Center. Theresa Clements, Director of Early Childhood, tells us all about the new Early Childhood Center at Monroe Elementary.

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              • Danny Joe's Tree House (Spec Episode #1: "Squirrels")

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                Danny Joe’s Tree House, a new program for kids, invites young children to come outside and learn about natural history and science through play. Danny Joe's Tree House is the first collaborative video project created by Danny Joe LaBrecque, an early-childhood educator and nature-lover, and his wife and co-producer, Stefani Foster LaBrecque, a film director and cinematographer. This independently produced project is the couple's first foray into video programming for children ages 3 to 5. It was created in an effort to provide a slower-paced and more reflective human voice, which is often difficult to find in the existing realm of children's entertainment. Danny Joe's Tree House. All rights reserved. Copyright 2008.

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                • FCV 026: Kids and Emotional Meltdowns — Guest: Dr. Beth Onufrak

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                  Young children have a hard time talking about emotions because we can't see our feelings. When we teach kids about shapes, for example, we can point to physical objects and name them and touch them. They begin to understand concepts like "circle" and "square" and recognize them on sight. But feelings just "emerge from within," says, clinical psychologist, Dr. Beth Onufrak. "Like a volcano or a tsunami. So it's difficult for young children to put words to those feelings." Annie talks with Dr. Beth about practical tips for supporting the emotional development of young children without yelling, so they can thrive. About Dr. Beth Onufrak Beth Onufrak, a Clinical Child Psychologist, focuses her work on the critical preschool and primary years (ages 3-8), where she specializes in early childhood mental health. Along with her clinical practice, Dr. Beth offers variety of parent workshops and seminars. She also blogs at A Child in Mind. Learn more at http://DrBethKids.com About Annie Fox, M.Ed. Annie is a parenting expert with 30+ years experience. She's been an online adviser to tweens, teens and parents since 1997. Her award-winning books include: "Teaching Kids to Be Good People" and the groundbreaking Middle School Confidential™ book and app series. More information about Annie at: http://AnnieFox.com About Family Confidential Family Confidential: Secrets of Successful Parenting is a weekly podcast about 21st century parenting joys and challenges. Hosted by Annie Fox and produced by Electric Eggplant, Family Confidential provides practical parenting advice through down-to-earth interviews with parenting experts, educators, therapists, and entrepreneurs. These recorded discussions help parents strengthen family connections by providing tips, child-rearing insight and practical tools for guiding your kids through the tween years and beyond. http://FamilyConfidential.com Copyright © 2014 Annie Fox and Electric Eggplant. All Rights Reserved.

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                  • Space Invaders - Early Years Arts Festival

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                    Space Invaders provided artists, children, families and educators with the time and resources to come together and embark on an important journey of discovery. The festival enchanted participants with international performances and workshops in a variety of idyllic locations in Farmleigh. During the day’s events Early Childhood Educators were invited to attend experiential workshops designed specifically with their professional needs in mind. This film goes behind the scenes to capture the preparation for and delivery of the performances and workshops. The artists share their experiences and personal insights into the value of working with the youngest members of our community. (Filmmaker: Peter Kelly)

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                    • Innovations in Early Childhood STEM Curricula and Professional Development

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                      At the 2014 DR K-12 PI Meeting, one breakout session, "Innovations in Early Childhood STEM Curricula and Professional Development," featured a poster symposium with representatives from five preschool projects across STEM domains that have developed curricula and provided teachers with supports for motivating all children’s engagement with STEM. In this video, representatives discuss their projects, major challenges faced, and what they have learned through their work. [0:00] Supports for Science and Mathematics Learning in Pre-Kindergarten Dual Language Learners: Designing a Professional Development System Kimberly Brenneman, PI [3:49] Next Generation Preschool Math Ashley Lewis Presser, PI [6:41] Partnerships for Early Childhood Curriculum Development: Readiness Through Integrative Science and Engineering (RISE) Christine McWayne, PI Daryl Greenfield, Co-PI Kimberly Brenneman, Co-PI [12:01] Professional Development for Culturally Relevant Teaching and Learning in Pre-K Mathematics Anita Wager, PI [14:41] Next Generation Preschool Science: An Innovative Program to Facilitate Young Children's Learning of Science Practices and Concepts Phil Vahey, Support Staff

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