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  • 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

  • Creating a culture of respect

    In this video, Anita Homewood from Unitech Early Learning Centre in Auckland discusses her ideas about creating a culture of respect in her work with infants and toddlers. Download the transcript    

    Tags: infants, toddlers, respect, physical environment, social environment, emotional environment, video, Anita Homewood

  • How to help your baby become a math genius(or not)

    This blog post by Janet Lansbury talks about the pressures on parents to use flash cards and maths programmes with young children.  She talks instead about using play and interactions to support children's mathematical development. 

    Tags: infants, mathematics, numeracy