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  • Lillian Katz - What children should be learning

    Dr Lillian Katz offers us her wisdom on what young children should be learning. She does this by outlining a series of principles by which practice should be guided. Lillian Katz was an early advocate for promoting learning dispositions through curriculum and in this video she defines and discu...

    Tags: Learning Dispositions, curriculum, video

  • Babies and Toddlers: Amazing Learners

    Looking for a video to focus a team conversation on infant and toddler learning? Anne Stonehouse describes simply and beautifully the understandings and dispositions that best lay the foundation for life-long learning.  Babies and toddlers: amazing learners - Video 1 from Learning Hub on ...

    Tags: Learning Dispositions, video, infants and toddlers. tag_names:subjects: infants and toddlers, play, transition, video

  • 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. 

    tag_names:subjects: play, video

  • 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. Now here is a second video looking at play through the eyes of children. If you are working with ...

    tag_names:subjects: play, video

  • Waiata Mai - songs for learning Te Reo

    Waiata Mai is a made-for-YouTube, open access resource intended to provide a solution for whānau and Kaiako looking for Māori language YouTube based media for their tamariki to watch and learn from. It is a series of videos of songs around everyday activities sung in Maori and English. There are ...

    tag_names:subjects: video

  • Kiran Bir Sethi Not by chance, but by design

    An inspirational video telling the story of a school in India enactment of a vision based on a single phrase 'I CAN'. This is an excellent example of a living and planned philosophy. It would be a great watch if you are a centre who is going through the process of reviewing your vision an...

    tag_names:subjects: pedagogy, video

  • Early Childhood Education, 10-Trends and a not-so-little story of action

    A wonderful blog post by Ann Hatherly which describes and discusses the role and actions of a manager who acts on professional learning for the benefit of children and families.  It demonstrates how little actions and the curiosity of teachers can have big consequences for children's lea...

    tag_names:subjects: eLearning, leadership, pedagogy, ICT, video