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Indicators of a Quality Early Learning Environment
Floors, ceilings and walls - the setup of your child care environment is as important as the care you provide. This video provides suggestions for ways to improve your early learning environment. This video was created by Child Care Resources as a supplement for one of our online training courses for child care providers. A list of all online courses for child care providers can be found at www.childcaretraining.org. Child Care Resources helps kids grow into successful adults by enriching the learning environment of their crucial early years. For more information on Child Care Resources, please visit www.childcareresources.org and check out our pages on Facebook at http://facebook.com/childcare.resources.MT and Twitter at http://twitter.com/CCR_Montana.
Early Childhood Education: Constructive Learning Environments
There is much about Reggio Emilia approach that distinguishes it from other efforts to define best practices in early childhood education. Much of the worldwide attention has been on the programs emphasis on children's' symbolic languages lovingly referred to as The Hundred Languages of Children. Symbolic languages are the many ways children express their own knowledge and desires through art work, conversation, dramatic play, music, dance and more. Relationships are at the very heart, the c...
Guiding Children's Behaviour OSHC - DVD & CD ROM Excerpt.flv
This video is an excerpt from the Guiding Children's Behaviour OSHC DVD & CD ROM available for purchase from Community Child Care Association's Resource and Development Unit - visit www.cccvic.org.au or call (03) 9486 3455 About the DVD - Written by educators with extensive experience teaching young children and adult learners - Designed to provide educators working in OSHC with learning materials that will assist them to guide children's behaviour in a supportive way - Designed to provide educators with information and strategies to teach, support and assist in guiding children's behaviour, within the social setting of children aged 5-12 years - Consistent with the principles, practices and outcomes in the Framework for School Age Care (FSAC) and Victorian Early Years Learning and Development Framework (VEYLDF). Outside School Hours Care User Review: "We have shared and discussed Community Child Care's Guiding Children's Behaviour CD Rom & DVD amongst our educators and thought the materials to be very helpful for our service. With the positive feedback that we received we will now use this resource in our staff meeting to develop a consistent approach between educators when guiding children's behaviour in keeping with the principles of the frameworks." Kidzone Romsey, July 2011 Produced by Community Child Care Association Resource and Development Unit. To purchase please visit www.cccvic.org.au or call (03) 9486 3455