1. Trailer for 'Making Children's Cultures Visible' webinar with guest expert, Rachel Riggs, on 23.05.14

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    This is the trailer for our seventh in a series of Earlyarts Training Webinars based on arts and creativity in the early years. Available for viewing by Earlyarts members and paid attendees only. Book on to your next webinar event here: earlyarts.co.uk/events/

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    • The Story of Baby Wordplay with intro

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      This video was created to show you what Baby Wordplay is about. There's no way to tell the story - it has to be seen and heard!

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      • Early Education Funding Increase Backed

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        Parents and teachers show support for increasing state spending on early education and childcare in Massachusetts. Report for BNN News. Aired May 15, 2014.

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        • Mayor Walsh Starts Planning to Double Pre-K Access

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          Mayor Marty Walsh announces an advisory committee to work on an action plan for doubling the number of pre-kindergarten seats in the Boston Public Schools by 2018. Report for BNN News. Aired May 6, 2014.

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          • I can tell, I can tell!

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            Kindergarteners were taking part in the Children's Innovation Project. They are asked to understand, not play with, toys. One of the challenges is to sketch details of each toy as a way of noticing and inquiring about its function. That is not an easy task, but Ms. Pajak finds way to help children understand both what they did right and the fact that "you are never, never done!" Copyright: Fred Rogers Center @ Saint Vincent College, PA

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            • Our Schools, Our City - Early Education: Building a Solid Foundation for Learning

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              Our Schools, Our City - Early Education-Building a Solid Foundation for Learning - recorded on April 17, 2014. Superintendent Pierantozzi and Coordinator for Information and Grants, Susana Morgan host a discussion on the importance of early education. Guests include Dr. Vince McKay, Assistant Superintendent, Dr. Christine McWayne, Tufts Associate Professor of Child Development, Maddie Mayerson, Tufts Student Intern -Healey School, Catherine Tighe, Kindergarten Teacher - Healey School. Produced by: Educational Channel 15-City Cable Executive Office of Communications Somerville City Hall, Somerville, MA

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              • Pre-K and Early Education - EPLC "Focus on Education" - March 2014

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                The panel participants discussed the issues of quality and access to early education in Pennsylvania, what research says about the value of early education, state funding for early education, how Pennsylvania compares to other states, and other related topics. The panel included: • Ron Cowell, President of The Education Policy and Leadership Center and Host of the "Focus on Education" programs; • Tracey Campanini, Director, Bureau of Early Learning Services, Office of Child Development & Early Learning, Pennsylvania Department of Education; • Michelle Figlar, Executive Director, Pittsburgh Association for the Education of Young Children; • Blair Hyatt, Executive Director, Pennsylvania Head Start Association; and • Philip A. Peterson, FSA, Partner at Aon Hewitt and co-creator of the Aon/United Way of Southeastern PA Hand-in-Hand Award for quality child care in the business community, and former co-chair of the Early Learning Investment Commission This episode of EPLC's "Focus on Education" program aired on Sunday, March 23, 2014 at 3:00 p.m. EST. More resources on early education and pre-K are available at eplc.org in the Education Issues Clearinghouse.

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                • Director/Producer, 2014 Alliance For Children's Rights Dinner Video

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                  The Alliance for Children's Rights 2014 video highlights some of The Alliance's work protecting the rights of impoverished, abused and neglected children and youth so that they have safe, stable homes, healthcare, and the educational opportunities they need to thrive. For many of these children, the Alliance is their only connection to a safer, brighter future. www.kids-alliance.org

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                  • A Full Reading Conference

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                    This video will show you the entire process of a beginning reader learning to read a book successfully, from a picture walk to a supported reading. See more great resources for parents of beginning readers at homegrownbooksnyc.com/resources

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                    • How to Do a Supported Reading

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                      The final step is for your child to read the book! In this video, you will see how to support your beginning reader during their first attempt at independent reading. See more great resources for parents of beginning readers at homegrownbooksnyc.com/resources

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