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  • Environments. 1984 NAEYC Conference. Betty Jones and Elizabeth Prescott – Interview. Open and closed environments: concepts, activities and bebefits of each for children is discussed. # 7
  • Space to Grow. What the environment communicates to children and how it effects their ability to learn. 30 min #22
  • To Teach Young Children. Setting up a classroom; philosophy; environment; activities. (1982) 22 min. # 44
  • Places to Grow - The Learning Environment. Importance of classroom arrangement, organization of space, time scheduling, materials and equipment, and adult/child interaction. 30 min. # 103


  • Painting a Positive Picture: Proactive Behavior Management. How to help children manage their behavior while supporting each child’s self-esteem. #24
  • Daily Dilemmas: Coping with Challenges. Specific techniques to ease daily challenges for children and teachers. 28 min #27 (Spanish #27S)
  • Discipline: Appropriate Guidance of Young Children. Handling difficult situations - hitting, not taking turns, temper tantrums, etc. 28 min. # 42
  • ADHD: Helping the Hard to Handle Child in Preschool and Daycare. 2 hrs. # 52
  • Teaching Children Self Control. Practical management techniques for dealing with classroom crises. Helping each child acquire impulse control and coping skills. 26 min. # 53
  • REFRAMING DISCIPLINE (Educational Productions, Inc.)
    1. Unit 1: Doing the Groundwork. How our attitudes about discipline shape the way we work with children. 25 min. teaching video & 25 min. practice video #137
    2. Unit 2: Connecting with Every Child. Changing our relationship with a child who misbehaves is often the most effective intervention. 25 min. teaching video & 25 min. practice videos #138
    3. Unit 3: Understanding Difficult Behavior. Demonstrates that teachers who learn to “read” misbehavior can discover the messages behind it. 25 min. teaching video & 25 min. practice video #139

  • Discipline: Teaching Limits With Love. Setting limits is not punishment, but a loving way to teach a child how to control his/her own behavior. Dr. T. Berry Brazelton. 27 min. #172


  • Growing Healthy Babies: Nutrition Education for Day Care Providers. OSU, 1993. 30 min. # 60
  • Educating Our Children: Discussing HIV/AIDS in our community. SEGA Charitable Trust/Pediatric AIDS Foundation. # 62
  • Caring For Our Children Video Series - Ensure the health and safety of young children. Ideal for orienting new staff or volunteers. (American Academy of Pediatrics).
    1. Part 1. Standards and You. What standards are and how they can be developed and used. Demonstrates how caregivers can avoid stress, illness and injury. 25 min. # 76
    2. Part 2. Basic Caregiving. Proper diapering and hand-washing techniques and how to serve meals. Integrating children with special needs into a program. 31 min. # 77
    3. Part 3. Ready For Anything. Proper emergency planning and response for centers and family child care homes. How to safely transport children, prepare disinfecting bleach solution, and recognize and report forms of child abuse. 26 min. # 78
    4. Part 4: Setting up for Health and Safe Care: Making sure a building is physically safe. Includes furnishings and storage of toxic materials. Playground safety: location, arrangement of equipment and impact-absorbing materials. 39 min. # 79
    5. Part 5: Keeping it in Shape. Maintenance schedule and safety checklist. How to spot potential hazards. Cleanup schedules and procedures. Use of injury log. 25 min. # 80
    6. Part 6: When Children are Ill. Planning and communication when caring for an ill child. Procedures for administering medication and informing parents of an ill child. Communicable diseases. Policy for illness exclusion. 27 min. # 81

  • Why to Immunize Against Chicken Pox and Why to Immunize Against Hepatitis B. Oregon Partnership to Immunize Children presents Brian Laurer, MD. 60 min. # 125
  • Safe from the Start. Discusses things that 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
  • Your Healthy Baby. How parents can help their children establish healthy habits. Information on: maintaining good healthy during pregnancy; bottle-feeding versus breast-feeding; when to visit the doctor; what foods to feed your child and when and the importance of exercise. 26 min. #173
  • Booster Seats: How They Work-Why they are Needed. #176
  • Vaccines and Your Baby. Descibes the diseases that vaccines prevent; how vaccines work; how each vaccine is made and how they are tested for safety. 29 min. #178
  • The Adventures of Wiggly Tooth Wiggly will guide children with the key steps in taking care of their own teeth. #186


  • Seeing Infants With New Eyes. Illustrates how adult interactions with infants can make a difference. Magda Gerber. RIE video 26 min. # 3
  • Caring for Infants & Toddlers. NAEYC 1984, Betty Caldwell interview. # 9
  • On Their Own With Our Help. Bradley Wright, 1987. Infants. RIE video 12 min. # 18
  • See How They Move. How infants and toddlers naturally develop gross motor skills. Magda Gerber. 28 min. RIE video # 33
  • The Developing Child: Toddlerhood and Early Childhood. In four segments:
    1. Toddlerhood - Physical and cognitive development. 25 min.
    2. Early Childhood - Growth and development. 24 min.
    3. Toddlerhood - Emotional development. 28 min.
    4. Early Childhood -Behavior and relationships. 27 min.# 56

  • Flexible, Fearful and Feisty: The Different Temperaments of Infants and Toddlers. Techniques are describes for dealing with children of different temperaments in infant/toddler groups. 29 min. #57 Also in Spanish #57S

  • Growing Healthy Babies: Nutrition Education for Day Care Providers. OSU, 1993. 30 min. # 60

  • Infant Curriculum: Great Explorations. Stages of development from birth to 15 months, individual temperament and style, shaping the environment and using routines to support an infant’s explorations. 20 min. # 82

  • Toddler Curriculum: Making Connections. Shows how toddlers develop and learn; depicts developmentally appropriate curriculum. 20 min. # 83

  • It’s Not Just Routine. Caregiving routines from the infant’s perspective. Demonstrates appropriate health, safety and environmental practices for each routine. # 84

  • Getting In Tune. Creating nurturing relationships between infants/toddlers, and caregivers. 24 min. # 85
  • Space to Grow: Creating a Child Care Environment for Infants and Toddlers (2nd Edition) . 22 min. #91
  • In Our Hands. Identifies the critically important steps to improve the harmful effects of poor quality care on infants. WestEd Center for Child & Family Studies. 12 min. # 93

  • 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. # 119
  • See How They Sleep. RIE’s newest video discussing the importance of helping infants to develop good sleep habits from an early age. 19 Min. RIE video #129

  • The Way We See Them (learning to observe infants). Watching infants interact and learn helps viewers see first hand the value of careful observation. This Video was made at the Demonstration Infant Program in Palo Alto by Magda Gerber and Tom Forrest, MD. 14 min. RIE video #130

  • Laughing, Learning, Loving: Toddler Brain Development. What we can do to promote optimal development. #136
  • Essential Connections: Ten Keys to Culturally Sensitive Child Care. 36 min. #165
  • Protective Urges: Working with the Feelings of Parents and Caregivers. 27 min. #166

  • 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

  • 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



  • The Hurried Child. OAEYC 1978 Conference Keynote, David Elkind. # 14
    Fall 1992. OAEYC Keynote Speaker, Marian Marion. # 54
  • Fall 1993. OAEYC Keynote Speaker, Sue Bredekamp. # 63
    Young Children: Our Hope For the Future. NAEYC 1989 Conference Keynote, James P. Comer, MD. # 68
  • Confronting the Epidemic of Violence - A Community Strategy. NAEYC 1994 Conference Keynote, Geoffrey Canada. Challenges individuals and communities to work to find solutions to violence in the lives of children. 34 min. # 69
  • Hope For America’s Children: The Dream or the Nightmare? NAEYC 1995 Conference Keynote, Marian Wright Edelman. # 70
  • Fall 1995, OAEYC Keynote Speaker, Dr. Randy Hitz. # 92
  • Fall 1997. OAEYC Louise Derman-Sparks. 45 min. # 120
  • Lillian Katz, NAEYC 1984-Curriculum #151



  • GOOD TALKING WITH YOU: language acquisition through conversation series (Educational Productions, Inc.)
    1. Oh Say What They See. Indirect speech and language techniques. 30 min. # 30
    2. Let’s Talk. First steps to conversation. 30min. # 19
    3. Now You’re Talking. Techniques that extend conversations. 30 min. #20
    4. Between You and Me. Facilitating child-to-child conversations. 30 min. #21
    5. Space to Grow. What the environment communicates to children and how it affects their ability to learn. 30 min # 22

  • SUPER GROUPS: Enhancing group time experiences. (Educational Productions, Inc.)
    1. Come Join In: Guidelines for Successful Group Times. Three key guidelines teachers use to plan and lead successful group times. 30 min. #37
    2. Give Yourself a Hand. Guidance Techniques for successful group times. 30 min. #23
    3. Once Upon a Time: Read Aloud skills create story time magic. 30 min. # 49

  • Developing the Young Bilingual Learner. Explores the importance of, and gives strategies for supporting children’s home language while helping them learn English. Produced by RISE for NAEYC 21 min. # 97
  • Alaskan Style: Starting Their First Language. Produced by Alaska Dept. of Education and Lower Kuskokwim. #128
    Born to Succeed. Young parents share their own experiences. (Spanish- La Llave del Exito 158S)
  • Starting Points Series from Educational Productions
    1. I Don’t Know Where to Start. Addresses the feelings and concerns about lack of training, preparation and support to work with children new to the culture. #179
    2. Getting Your Message Across. Communication Strategy: Gestures, Visuals, Modeling, Respite. 35 min #188

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