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  • sustained interactions

    In this video Rebecca is involved in a sustained interaction with her cousin Caleb. Rebecca is 3 months old. Take some time to watch their conversation........... Consider this.... How many turns did you see Rebecca and Caleb take in contributing to this sustained interaction? What words wou...

    Tags: infants, transitions, dialogue, language, infants and toddlers, sustained interactions

  • Three Core Concepts in Early Development

    These three videos from The Centre on the Developing Child - Harvard Universtiy and The National Scientific Council on the Developing Child show how advances in the sciences have allowed us to understand more fully the ways early experiences are "built into our bodies and brains". Video 1 - Expe...

    Tags: infants, toddlers, brain development, neuroscience, toxic stress, serve and return, interactions

  • 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

  • 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