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  • Respect is in the detail

    In this video, Katherine Bussey discusses some of the ways she demonstrates respect for infants and toddlers in her daily practice. Download the transcript

    Tags: infants, toddlers, respect, caregiving, Katherine Bussey, video

  • The professional responsibilities of a teacher

    Jean Rockel from the University of Auckland describes working with children up to the age of two as a privilege. In this video Jean shares us with some key points to consider about ways teachers can strengthen their professional responsibilities. Jean Rockel: The professional responsibilities ...

    Tags: infants, toddlers, advocacy, research, professional learning, flexibility, Jean Rockel, video

  • Rethinking Learning dispositions for infants and toddlers

    When Nadine Bashford was teaching at New Brighton Community Preschool & Nursery in Christchurch, her and her colleague Claire Bartlett were involved in a Teaching and Learning Research Intiative (TLRI) . This provided them with an opportunity to rethink the language of learning...

    Tags: infants, toddlers, assessment, Nadine Bashford, video

  • Heuristic play and treasure baskets

    In the following video, Iuliana, an infant and toddler teacher, discusses her ideas about the value of heuristic play for toddlers and the ways her centre applies it. Download the transcript  

    Tags: infants, toddlers, exploration, heuristic play, Iuliana Martin, video

  • Part 1 of an interview with Stuart Guyton - From babysitting to promoting learning

    In this video Stuart Guyton shares his thoughts about the significant shifts and developments that have influenced the care and education of children up to the age of two in Aotearoa, New Zealand An interview with Stuart Guyton: From babysitting to promoting learning from CORE Education Digita...

    Tags: infants, toddlers, curriculum, Te Whāriki, Stuart Guyton, video

  • Part 2 of an interview with Stuart Guyton - Spaces and landscapes

    Stuart Guyton shares with us his ideas about the design of spaces for children up to the age of two and considers ways to create “yes” environments. An interview with Stuart Guyton: Space and landscapes from CORE Education Digital Media on Vimeo.   Download the transcript

    Tags: infants, toddlers, environments, movement, Stuart Guyton, video

  • Part 3 of an interview with Stuart Guyton - transitions, partnerships, whanaungatanga

    From the perspective of a grandfather, Stuart Guyton discusses his desire to strengthen the ways we create a sense of whānau in early childhood services. An interview with Stuart Guyton: Transitions, partnerships, whanaungatanga from CORE Education Digital Media on Vimeo.   download the...

    Tags: infants, toddlers, relationships, families, whānau, partnerships, whanaungatanga, Stuart Guyton, video

  • Mathematics through Manaakitanga

    Bluff kindergarten was recently involved in Ministry of Education funded professional development with CORE Education. In this video kaiako & whānau from the kindergarten share their story about a mathematical resource they developed and the outcomes for their community engaging with thi...

    Tags: mathematics, manakitanga, Bluff, video, community, maths resources

  • Alise Shafer Ivey

    Alise Shafer interviews 4 and 5 year olds about where ideas come from. This is a great video to see children's working theories in action. Her talk is also a celebration of the value of listening closely to children.  

    Tags: video, working theories, metacognition

  • Play from two perspectives

    This is a brief video that clearly describes the value of play from the perspective of  the Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists, London. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h_-1O_rBLPU Now here is a second video looking at play through the eyes of children. If you are working with ...

    tag_names:subjects: play, video