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The Preschool in Three Cultures Revisited - China, Japan and the United States
Part of the Series: Preschool in Three Cultures Collection
The videos, which were shot in 2004, are of Komatsudani Hoikuen (Daycare Center) in Kyoto, Japan; Daguan Youeryuan (Kindergarten) in Kunming, China; St. Timothy's Child Center, in Honolulu, Hawaii; Madoka Yochien (Kindergarten) in Tokyo, Japan; Sinanlu Youeryuan (Kindergarten) in Shanghai,…
The Original The Preschool in Three Cultures
Part of the Series: Preschool in Three Cultures Collection
The Preschool in Three Cultures features typical days at Komatsudani Hoikuen in Kyoto, Japan; Dong Feng (Daguan) Youeryuan in Kunming, China; and St. Timothy's Child Center in Honolulu, U.S. This video was made from the original research videotape shot in…
Learning Through Play: 3-5 Years
Clip #1: "Ben Shoots Pool in a Groove" - Clip #2: "Why Children Play Follow- Me" - Clip #3: "Pretend Washing" - Clip #4: "Can Three-Year-Olds Teach?" - Clip #5: "The Story Wins the Day" - Clip #6: "Filling an…
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Autism at School
For children on the Autism spectrum, school can be a frightening, even sickening place. From high-functioning Aspergers Syndrome to severe autism at the other end of the spectrum, a child's ability to learn can be severely affected by anxiety and…
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Backward Design
In this keynote session (from the 13 October 2010, On Excellence in Teaching Summit), Jay McTighe helps participants to understand the three stages of backward design: Identify desired results Determine acceptable evidence Plan learning experiences and instruction In the backward…
Richard Lavoie - The Motivation Breakthrough
PBS
Motivation is the key to learning. But very few parents and teachers have an effective arsenal of techniques at their disposal. With empathy and understanding, backed by decades of experience in the classroom, Rick Lavoie gives parents and teachers the…
Creating Gender Inclusive Schools
The school brought in the staff of Gender Spectrum to provide training for teachers and administrators as well as an age-appropriate curriculum for students. During this step, everyone involved was empowered to look at their own personal confusion, bias and…
Exploratory Play
These sequences show children from 7 to 30 months playing, uninterrupted by adults. They show the remarkable exploratory powers of the under 3s and the value of this type of play in encouraging concentration and therefore cognitive abilities. There are…
The Wonder Year: First Year Development and Shaping the Brain
Documenting the amazing development and learning that takes place in a baby's first year, this film follows one baby from birth to twelve months, concentrating on physical, social, emotional and cognitive development. The commentary explains what's behind seemingly simple everyday…
Firm Foundations for Early Literacy
Laying firm foundations for early literacy skills is about the learning that goes on before actual reading and writing. Children need to build these foundations from the right kind of experiences and support from their very first year. This film…
Attachment in Practice
The quality of early attachment relationships is of central importance to children's social and emotional development. It is vital to their all round development. Shot over the first three years of an infant's life, the film shows the development of…
Defensible Differentiation: What Does It Take to Get It Right
Differentiated instruction was designed to address the instructional needs of diverse students. However, simply claiming to practice differentiation will not meet those needs. In this keynote session (from the 14 October 2010 On Excellence in Teaching Summit), Carol Ann Tomlinson…
Assessment for Learning: Peer Feedback and Student Self-Assessment
Assessment for Learning: Peer Feedback and Student Self-Assessment explores some of the ways in which teachers can encourage self-assessment by students. As a precursor to self-assessment, it also examines the role that can be played by peer feedback in the…
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Peter Elbow: On Writing
Peter Elbow talks directly to students about the process of writing. Beginning with his own early difficulties with writing as a college student, Elbow provides insights into how one can work through writing problems. Full of detailed instruction and specific…
Happy Reading!
First-grade teacher Debbie Miller chronicles her work teaching reading comprehension in her popular book Reading with Meaning. In this series, Debbie takes you beyond comprehension instruction, and shows how she sustains a thoughtful primary reading program that challenges and supports…
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How Did You Solve That?
Part of the Series: Teaching Mathematics Collection
This video offers a glimpse into two classrooms as teachers Kassia Omohundro Wedekind, author of Math Exchanges, and Rachel Knieling facilitate small-group math meetings with their kindergarten and 1st grade students. See what small-group math exchanges look like, sound like…
ADHD and LD: Powerful Teaching Strategies and Accommodations with Response to Intervention (RTI)
Best practices and powerful strategies for reaching and teaching diverse learners in today's classrooms. Learn how to enable ALL students - including those with learning, attention, and behavioural challenges - to achieve school success. Ideal for Professional Development: View hundreds…
Bullying and Beyond Series: Boys Will Be Boys, But What About Girls? Childhood Aggression and Gender
Part of the Series: Bullying and Beyond Series
This engaging keynote, filmed at the first national conference on bullying, blends solid research with entertaining vintage footage from Candid Camera. Dr Crick explores: The marked differences between the ways boys and girls bully How withholding friendship and giving a…
Writing About Media with Peter Elbow
Combining focused writing instruction with a media literacy perspective, Writing About Media serves as an invaluable tool for university students and composition teachers. This program includes more than four hours of clips selected from a range of Media Education Foundation…
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Pretend Play
This consists of source material of children's pretend play featuring children from 20 months to 7 years. The 11 sequences can be used individually for observation. Also, as they are presented chronologically by age, they clearly show the developmental stages…