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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. The accompanying reflective questions can be used, after viewing the video, as a tool to support you and/or your colleagues to reflect on Katherine's key messages. ...

    Tags: infants and toddlers, interactions, relationships

  • Interactions

    Through their interactions with children, educators have a key role in extending children's learning and development. This printable PDF provides information about interactions including the different types of interactions that support (or not) childrens relationships with adults and their peers ...

    Tags: social interactions, interactions, relationships, infants and toddlers, young children,

  • The science of early childhood development

    In this video Jack P Shonkoff M.D, the director of the Centre on the Developing Child at Harvard University provides insight into child development from neuroscience and behavioral research. In brief-the science of early childhood development    

    Tags: brain development, neuroscience, relationships, 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

  • Interactions with Children - the magical pause

    All about sustained interactions with children and the magical wait time!

    Tags: interactions, oral language, literacy

  • Interactions - the concept of serve and return

    This Harvard University: Centre for the Developing Child Website highlight the importance of interactions with people to the developing brain during the early years of a child's life. They coin the phrase 'serve and return' (as in ping pong or tennis) to capture the responsiveness through gesture...

    Tags: interactions

  • Vivian Gussin Paley

    Vivian Gussin Paley talking about the greatest act of kindness we can offer each and every child. This is to have them understand how important they are to you. 

    Tags: Interactions