1. 2014 Kiwanis Conference on Early Childhood

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    Watch the archived live stream broadcast of the 2014 Kiwanis Conference on Early Childhood and find out how you--and our community--can support bright futures through early childhood development. Speakers include Ready Nation Deputy Director Robin Thurman, education and reading consultant Marsha Thauwald, sensory play and development expert Ingrid M. Kanics, and more.

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    • The Angola Project: The Symposium

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      Mahalia Jackson Center, Central City, New Orleans December 4, 2010 Introduction: Ylva Rouse, Deputy Director, Prospect New Orleans Moderator: David Johnson, Executive Editor, Art Director: Louisiana Cultural Vistas Magazine, Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities Panelists: Willie Birch Artist Bruce Davenport, Jr. Artist Jackie Sumell Artist Lori Waselchuk Artist Carol Bebelle, Director, Ashé Cultural Arts Center Tom Lowenstein, Policy Director, Innocence Project New Orleans Khalil Osiris, Director, Circle of Courage The Angola Project Symposium was presented by the Early Childhood & Family Learning Foundation and the Mahalia Jackson Center Arts Council, in collaboration with Prospect New Orleans as part of Prospect.1.5. Thanks to all who made The Angola Project possible: Deshon Angel Ellen Balkin Carol Bebelle Holly Bell Willie Birch Gregory Bright Wonda L. Crawford Jamey Boudreaux Bruce Davenport, Jr. Mellissa Forcier David Johnson Virginia Johnson Tom Lowenstein Deborah Luster Ora Nitkin-Kaner Khalil Osiris Takema Robinson Jackie Sumell John Thompson Lori Waselchuk Charles Whited Video Production CecilFilm Productions, LLC Produced by Katherine Cecil Edited by Kristian Hansen Videography by Hubie Vigreux

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

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        In this fourth and final webinar of the Enhancing Infant and Toddler Education and Care through Reflective Practice series, Mary Jane Maguire-Fong, Professor at American River College, and Ellen Hall, Executive Director at Boulder Journey School, discuss the value of a reflective curriculum process in planning learning opportunities for infants and toddlers.

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

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            In this second webinar in the Enhancing Infant and Toddler Care through Reflective Practice series, Lisa Duerr, Child Development Consultant for the California Department of Education’s Child Development Division Quality Improvement Office, Peter Mangione, Co-Director of WestEd’s Center for Child and Family Studies (CCFS), and Kerry Kriener-Althen, Director of the Evaluation Team at CCFS discuss California’s resources to enhance infant and toddler learning and development.

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            • 2013-02-20 Effective, Appropriate, and Intentional Use of Technology Tools in Early Childhood Classrooms- A TEC Track Webinar

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              A webinar offered by Early Childhood Investigations Webinars presented by Mark Bailey and Aja Appel on February 20, 2013. To view all of the free live webinars in our lineup, go to http://earlychildhoodwebinars.com.

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              • How to Talk "Tooth" When You're Not a Tooth Professional

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                Oral health educator Becky Lommen teaches us why we should take care of our young children's (and our) mouth and teeth, and how to do it. The presentation includes fun ways to teach your kids the importance of good oral health.

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                • RSJ Final Presentation

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                  ʻIolani School Religion and Social Justice Fall 2014 Final Presentation

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                  • Creating Mathematical Opportunities in the Early Years

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                    Creating Mathematical Opportunities in the Early Years Presenter, Dr Tracey Muir, for Connect with Maths Early Years Learning in Mathematics community As teachers, we are constantly looking for ways in which we can provide students with mathematical opportunities to engage in purposeful and authentic learning experiences. On a daily basis we need to select teaching content and approaches that will stimulate our children through creating contexts that are meaningful and appropriate. This requires a level of knowledge that extends beyond content, to pedagogy and learning styles. As early childhood educators, we can also benefit from an understanding of how the foundational ideas in mathematics form the basis for key mathematical concepts that are developed throughout a child’s school. In this webinar, Tracey will be discussing the incorporation of mathematical opportunities into our early childhood practices and considering the influence of different forms of teacher knowledge on enacting these opportunities.

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                    • Music Settlement Coventry Dialogue Session

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                      The Cleveland Heights-University Heights City School District and The Music Settlement held their first of several public community dialogue sessions on October 13. These sessions will be an opportunity for the public and the leaders in this project to discuss the preliminary agreement that would allow The Music Settlement to develop a state-of-the-art early childhood learning center at the Coventry site. View the entire first session by watching the video below.

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