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  • Babies (and their families) on Board

    This article explores the role of leaders in infant and toddler settings in supporting and developing relationship based programmes Babies (and their families) on Board

    Tags: infants, toddlers, relationships, families, whānau, leadership, pedagogy

  • Literacy learning for a young low vision learner

    Tags: low vision, blind, early literacy, literacy, deafblind, toddlers, infants, learning, BLENZ,

  • The care and education of children up to the age of two

    Jean Rockel from the University of Auckland shares with us her insights into the significant shifts and developments that have influenced the care and education of children up to the age of two over the last two decades and highlights concepts to consider for the future. Jean Rockel: The care ...

    Tags: infants, toddlers, assessment, neuroscience, empathy, curriculum, articulate teachers, Jean Rockel, video

  • Teaching children up to the age of two

    Jean Rockel from the University of Auckland discusses her ideas about some of the things teachers of capable competent children up to the age of two should be aware of.  Jean Rockel: Teaching children up to the age of two from EDtalks on Vimeo. Download the transcript

    Tags: infants, toddlers, competent, capable, Te Whāriki, self regulation, teacher, learner, environments, video, Jean Rockel

  • Valuing our youngest learners

    In this video Jean Rockel acknowledges the very real challenges & constraints she believes impact on the care and education of children up to the age of two. She proposes some important concepts to consider as we strive to support our youngest learners in this significant time in their lives....

    Tags: infants, toddlers, passion, whānau, families, observation, knowing children well, video, Jean Rockel

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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