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CHILDCARE / PARENTING

  • Families in the Balance: A Video About Child Care. Follows the struggles of four families as they try to balance work and parenting. Narrated by Ellen Burstyn. 29 min. # 29
  • Parent Talk: The Art of Parenting. Evelyn Petersen. 52 min. # 34
  • Raising America’s Children: Coping With Stress. Discusses causes of stress for children and parents with suggestions on how to handle stress. Dr. Thelma Harms. 27 min. # 36
  • Partnerships With Parents. How teachers can establish and maintain positive communication and handle the most common problems faced while working with parents. # 40
  • Building Quality Child Care: An Overview. Illustrates the essential components of a high-quality group program for young children. Excellent for parents choosing a child care setting and as an overview for students and staff. 20 min. # 72
  • Building Quality Child Care: Independence. Explores children’s independence-seeking behavior. 20 min. # 73
  • Building Quality Child Care: Relationships. Focuses especially on the importance of the teacher-child relationship, to the learning process. 15 min. # 74
  • Taking Charge of Your TV. Helps families make informed choices about television programs and improves the way they view those programs. Steps to help families begin a dialogue that turns television viewing into a positive and educational experience. Hosted by Rosie O’Donnell. 4 min. # 94
  • First Person: Impressions of Being a Baby. Documents stages of development over the course of two and a half years. For parents wanting to understand their children, or for adults wanting to re-experience the first years of life. 28 min. # 119
  • Preparing Your Children for Tomorrow. How parents can make a difference in their children’s education, from kindergarten through college. 8 min. # 126
  • Day Care. PBS special. # 127
  • Confronting the Crisis: Childcare in America. This is the cornerstone of the Caring for Kids Campaign from Lifetime Television. A tool kit is available upon request. #134
  • Involving Parents in Education. Examines how a rural school and an urban school involve parents in their operations. Program centers on characteristics of and need for parent/teacher partnerships. A Leader’s Guide has activities to help analyze the issues your school may face as you develop a parent involvement program. 30 min. #160
  • Partnerships for Change: Building Skills for Family Support. A training workshop in four modules for parents and staff members in family support centers. Designed to build the attitudes and skills that will help staff and parents: form meaningful partnerships; emphasize strengths rather than weaknesses; speak up to articulate needs and share ideas; and reach out to the larger community on matters of concern to families and children. Each module is ~10-15min. #161
  • Alianzas para el cambio: Fortalecimiento de habilidades para apoyar a la familia. Un taller de capacitación en cuatro módulos para padres y personal de Centros de apoyo a la familia conciernen a las familia. #161S
  • PARENTMAKING EDUCATORS TRAINING PROGRAM: A Comprehensive Skills Development Course to Train Early Childnhood Parent Educators (Birth to 5). Manual and videos describe a 36 - 50 hour program for parent educator participants and includes extensive practices and feedback through which participants can build and enhance their group leading skills. Provides a curriculum in which parent educators are the participants-in-training.
    Vol. 1 = 1 hr. 55 min. #162 Vol. 2 = 1 hr. 58 min. #163
    Vol. 3 = 1 hr. 54 min. #164
  • CHILD CARE VIDEO MAGAZINE
    The Program for Infant Toddler Caregivers. Developed by:
    Far West Laboratory Center for Child & Family Studies.
    1. Essential Connections: Ten Keys to Culturally Sensitive
      Child Care. Recommends way to structure and run child care
      Programs to strengthen children’s connections with their
      Families and their home culture. 36 min. #165
    2. Protective Urges: Working with the Feelings of Parents
      and Caregivers. First focuses on how caregivers can help
      parents with their fears and concerns and then suggests how
      caregivers can deal with their own feelings. 27 min. #166
    3. Discoveries of Infancy: Cognitive Development and
      Learning. Explores the constant quest for knowledge of
      infants and toddlers. It show six major kinds of discoveries
      children make in the first three years of life and offers
      guidelines on how to support early learning. 32 min. #167
    4. The Ages of Infancy: Caring for Young, Mobile, and Older
      Infants. Presents ideas and guidelines on how to support
      infants as they move through stages of development. It
      concludes with a brief look at caring for the three age groups
      of infants in the same setting. 26 min. #168

  • I AM YOUR CHILD Series: (Johnson & Johnson)
    1. The First Years Last Forever. Information on bonding and attachment, communication, health, nutrition, discipline, self-esteem, childcare and self-awareness for new parents. #169
    2. Safe from the Start. What parents and caregivers can do to help prevent serious childhood injuries and how to make a child's environment as safe as possible. 23 min. #170
    3. Quality Child Care: Making The Right Choice For You & Your Child. Why quality child care is important for healthy development; what to look for when choosing child care; questions to ask a potential caregiver; questions to ask yourself when looking at a child care setting; and information to communicate to your caregiver. 27 min. #171
    4. Discipline: Teaching Limits With Love. Dr. T. Berry Brazelton shows parents that setting limits is not punishment, but a loving way to teach a child how to control his or her own behavior. 27 min. #172
    5. Your Healthy Baby. How parents can help their children Establish healthy habits. Information on: maintaining good healthy during pregnancy; bottle-feeding versus breastfeeding when to visit the doctor, what foods to feed your child and when and the importance of exercise. 26min. #173
    6. Soy Tu Hijo: Listos para Aprender. Cuando usted sostiene A un bebe’ con amor y le habla, canta o le lee, la cercania emocional y las experiencias del lenguaje que usted le brinda son una parte importante en la preparación del nino para Cuando tenga edad suficiente par asistir a la escuela. 29 min. #174S

  • 1,2.3.4 Parents! Parenting Children Ages 1 to 4. An interactive learning experience which teaches the fundamental attitudes and skills necessary for parents (or caregivers) of young children. Divided into three discussion session approx. 1 ½ hrs. #175
  • Bonding with Your Baby. This video takes us into the homes of four families with new babies. The parents talk about what bonding is, how and when bonding develops, and why bonding is important to their family life. 16 min. #180
  • Grandparenting: Enriching Lives. An essential guide for today’s grandparents. 30 min. #187 (Spanish-Nuestros abuelos: enriquecimiento familiar #187S)

DEVELOPMENTALLY APPROPRIATE PRACTICE

  • How Young Children Learn To Think: Piaget’s Theory. Highlights how children construct logical thinking patterns. Interview with Constant Kamii . 19 min. # 1
  • Developmentally Appropriate Practices: Children Ages Birth Through 5 Years. 30 min. # 11
  • DAP 1st Grade: A community of Learners. Translates the concept of developmentally appropriate practice into a thematic, interactive learning experience for children ages 5 through 7. 30 min. # 13
  • NAEYC‘s Position on DAP. A panel discussion and critique. # 47
  • Appropriate Practice: Curriculum - Role of the Teacher. Illustrates the important role of the adult in helping children learn in a play-oriented environment, and shows the adult’s role in child-initiated activity. 28 min. # 50
  • Starting at Square One. Bev Bos describes and demonstrates her teaching approach. 28 min. #65
  • THE LEADING EDGE SERIES: Tools For Teaching Developmentally Appropriate Practice. Four tapes cover the key points of NAEYC’s, Developmentally Appropriate Practice in Early Childhood Programs. Contains 3+ hours of programming in short stand-alone programs ranging in length from 3 to 20 minutes. Stimulates discussion, illustrates key points in a presentation, informs parents or policy-makers about what good early childhood programs are like. # 67
  • Designing Developmentally Appropriate Days. 28 min. #123 (Spanish-Planeando Dias Apropiados #123S).

EN ESPAÑOL

  • Pintando Un Cuadro Positivo: El Manejo del Comportamien. Esto video demuestra a los adultos como ayudar a los niños en comportarse en una manera educativa, animada, y positiva. Esto hace que los niños se sientan apoyados y tengan un buen auto-estima.
    28 min. # 24S (English-Painting a Positive Picture: #24)
  • El Juego Dirigido: Actividades Motoras Para el Diario. Estar con el niño en todo tipo de actividades es una parte muy importante para el desarollo del niño y se puede incorporar al transcurro del día. 28 min. #25S (English-Structured Play #25)
  • Explorando la Ciencia y la Naturaleza. Aprendiendo usted mismo sobre la Ciencia y la Naturaleza es una manera apropiada para introducir estos conceptos a los niños.
    28 min. # 26S (English – Exploring Science and Nature #26)
  • Dilemas Diarios Manejando Dificultades. Este programa ofrece tecniquas especificas para ayudar a tranquilisar los desafios diarios que enfrentan los maestros y sobretodo los niños. 28 min. # 27S (English – Daily Dilemmas: Coping with Challenges. #27)
  • Intervencion Temprana’ Ambientes Naturales Para Los Niños. #48S (English-Early Intervention:Natural Environments #48)
  • Flexible, Fearful and Feisty: Los diferentes temperamentos de los niños a temprana edad. Tecnicas en como comportarse con niños con temperamentos diferentes. 29 min. # 57S (English #57)
  • Enseñando Umoja. Acercamiento culturo-céntricos simulta-Neous a la educación. 45 min #96S .
  • El Jugar Dramático. Aprenda los beneficios de un juego dramatico en el desarollo del niño y através del curriculo. Informese bien de estos juegos y miren lo importante que es el papel de adulto para los niños y eso los hace sentirse apoyados.28 min. # 121S (English – Dramatic Play: More Than Playing House. #121)
  • Nuevo Juegos Para Los Sitios Donde Se Cuida a Los Niños. Esta cansado de jugar a “Duck, Duck, Goose?” ó “Pato, Pato, Ganzo?” Este programma tiene unas cuantas sugerencias y juegos muy simples pero se disfrutan y que contienen actividades fisicas y puede construir nuevas habilidades para pre-escolares y escolares. 28 min. # 122S (English-New Games #122)
  • Planeando Dias Apropiados Para El Desarrollo del niño. El desarollo fundamental es una practica apropiada para todos los niños. 28 min. # 123S Available in English – Designing Developmentally Appropriate Days. #123
  • La Llave del Éxito. Para ellos, nunca es demasiado pronto para empezar a leer a sus hijos. Para estos padres, la llave del éxito en la vida es la lectura. Hablan de la importancia de contra cuentos, leer libros, cantar canciones y pasxarlos de generación en generación. 10 min. (no subtitles) #158S
    (English-Born to Succeed #158)
  • Alianzas para el cambio: Fortalecimiento de habilidades para apoyar a la familia. Un taller de capacitación en cuatro módulos para padres y personal de Centros de apoyo a la familia. #161S (English-Partnerhips for Change #161)
  • Essential Connections: 10 puntos en el tratamiento sensible hacia el niño.. El video explora la cultura en la vida de niños y describe el papel en el desarrollo del auto-estima del niño. 36 min. # 165S (English - 10 Keys for Culturally Sensitive Child Care #165)
  • Los Primeros Años Marcan Para Siempre. La importancia de la relación entre niños y aquellos que los cuidan durante los críticos primeros tres años de vida. 30 min. # 169S
    (English-The First Years Last Forever #169)
  • Soy Tu Hijo: Listos para Aprender. Cuando usted sostiene a un bebé con amor y le habla, canta o le lee, la cercanía emocional y las experiencias del lenguaje que usted le brinda son una parte importante en la preparación del niño para cuando tenga edad suficiente para asistir a la escuela.
    29 min. #174S
  • Nuestros Abuelos: Enriquecimiento Familiar. Información sobre el projundo efecto que pueden tener los abuelos en las vidas de sus nietos. # 187S. English-Grandparenting: Enriching Lives #187
  • Kinder, aquí voy! #189s (English-Kindergarten Here I come! #189)

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