These are not your typical training DVDs. No scripts. No staged events. Imagine sitting down for a one-on-one conversation with some of the leaders in the field of early care and education. Imagine them presenting at your next class, staff development, or training session. This is the concept behind Voices on DVD.
This powerful series of DVDs offers you practical ideas and experienced insights from seasoned professionals who speak with the passion and perspective that can only come from years of working with directors, teachers, young children, and their families. Interlaced with real-life classroom video, they provide a rich platform for staff development and training sessions that will inspire, motivate, teach, provoke new thinking, and generate lively discussions.
Caring for Infants and Young Toddlers - Chapters:
- What do babies need from caregivers? - 6:14
- Creating safe environments that meet evolving needs - 6:24
- Learning to communicate with infants - 6:02
- The importance of relationships - 7:55
- What are the qualities that make an exceptional infant teacher? - 6:07
- How do you know when an infant/toddler classroom is working? - 7:17
- How do ratios and group sizes affect the quality of infant care? - 5:47
- What does curriculum mean for infant care? - 7:49
- Suzanne Williamson, MA
Immediate Past President, National Association for Family Child Care
Executive Director, Monday Morning, Inc.
- Rosemary Burton, Ph.D.
Vice President of Education Minnieland Private Day School
- Peter Pizzolongo
- Pam Schiller, Ph.D.
Schiller Educational Resources
- Jerlean Daniel, Ph.D.
- Caroline Davis
ICF Early Education Institute
- Jacque Sell, MA
Quality Assurance and Training Manager
Childrens' Creative Learning Center
THIS DVD IS NTSC FORMAT AND CANNOT BE
PLAYED IN PAL FORMAT PLAYERS
Permission is granted for use of a DVD by one individual program director, trainer, or college educator working with up to 75 people. Usage by large early childhood organizations, colleges, and other training institutions must be negotiated in advance. Contact Exchange at (425) 883-9394 or send an email to bookstore@ChildCareExchange.com