1. NYC AIE Roundtable Face to Face Conference 2014: The Arts and Early Childhood Education

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    On April 17, 2014, the NYC AIE Roundtable Face to Face Conference 2014 presented a panel on The Arts and Early Childhood Education: Research, Policy, Practice. The panel, moderated by Beth Fertig, Contributing Editor for Education, for WNYC, features Angela Eckhoff, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Teaching and Learning, Early Childhood Education, Old Dominion University; Randi Levine, Project Director of the Early Childhood Education Project, Advocates for Children of New York; and Jane Racoosin, Director, Beginnings Nursery School.

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    • Rotary KinderPrep, Before and After

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      This video shows the impact enhancement of the dramatic play area has on the sophistication of the activities undertaken and the language ability of and byTransitional Kindergarten students. The enhanced play items were chosen by teacher Whitney Lee and paid for with a donation from Oakland Rotary's KinderPrep project.

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      • RRCC ECE Grant Video

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        This is a promotional video for the Early Childhood Education program at Red Rocks Community College in Denver, CO. We used After Effects for the graphics.

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        • Jawonio Lifespan Stories: Briana

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          Four year old Briana Jordan-Flores began receiving Early Intervention services through Jawonio in 2012. She began Jawonio Preschool in September of 2013 and receives OT, Speech, Special Education and Physical Therapy. Working with one of Jawonio’s finest Physical Therapists, Mitchell Spiegel, PT, Briana has been able to progress from being dependent on a walker for her mobility and is now beginning to walk independently. She is gaining confidence and independence through play and interaction with her peers and becoming more self-assertive and less dependent on teacher aides and caregivers. With this newly found independence, it gives her more opportunities to explore and learn from her classroom environment. With continued educational and clinical supports, Briana will achieve the greatest level of independence possible throughout her lifespan. Learn more about services for children and adults with special needs their families at www.jawonio.org

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          • Tips for Starting a Childcare Business

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            Honeybee NYC Daycare owners Yubi Gutierrez and Jose Made give tips on starting a home daycare business, including marketing, budgeting, and meeting requirements. To find out more about starting a childcare business, visit http://us.accion.org/business-resources/articles-videos/how-start-childcare-business

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            • Zero to Five: The Crucial Years

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              Dana Suskind of Thirty Million Words discusses the childhood language gap and approaches to closing it; Natasha Cabrera of the University of Maryland talks about the assets minority children bring to preschool; and Tim Bartik of the Upjohn Institute for Employment Research talks about the economics of early childhood education. Record Feb. 3, 2014 at Tulane University during EWA's seminar for reporters, "Building a Child's Mind: Inside Early Childhood Education."

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              • Alina's sorting eggs

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                Alina comes to a stack of egg trays with various colour of eggs sitting in random compartments of the tray. She starts picking up eggs and placing them close to the eggs similar in colour. She sorts the beige eggs together in a row of three. She tries to put together the blue one but the red is next to it, so she put it next to the red instead. She moves the green one to give way to the yellow one. Again she puts the blue egg close to the corner as she recognizes that there is where she sorts her blue eggs. At last, she places the last two eggs, which doesn’t have correlation with colour sorting, however fits the sense the organization – that all eggs are resembled together. From this we could see that Alina has previous memory seeing how eggs are organized.

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                • How I Did the Story: Tips For Reporters Writing About Early Ed

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                  Veteran education reporter Sarah Carr offers advice and strategies for journalists on the challenges of covering early childhood. Recorded Feb. 3, 2014 at Tulane University during EWA's conference for reporters, "Building a Child's Mind: Inside Early Childhood Education."

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                  • How I Did the Story: Covering the Early Ed Beat

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                    Lillian Mongeau is one of the few reporters whose whole beat is early childhood education. She offers advice on how to cover the topic effectively. Recorded Feb. 3, 2014 at Tulane University during EWA's conference for reporters, "Building a Child's Mind: Inside Early Childhood Education."

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