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A collection of online videos on topics related to social work and psychology, including: psychotherapy, counseling and addiction treatment. Some videos contain content specific to working with children.
Despite their best moments, toddlers and preschoolers often behave in ways that frustrate their parents and caregivers, and even endanger their own safety. They are not intentionally being "bad," but what can parents and caregivers do to guide their behavior in a positive way? In this program, learn why misbehavior occurs and common reactions by parents and caregivers. Discover some rules of thumb for guiding the action and reactions of young children. Learn how to create and enforce a plan to help stop misbehavior and bring about desired behavior. See how consequences and rewards work to motivate children to control their own behavior.
Italian physician Maria Montessori developed the Montessori method of teaching in the early 1900s while observing that children learn best when engaged in purposeful activity. Dr. Montessori inspired a movement that enabled children to teach themselves through sensory-rich, hands-on materials, nurture and love. Discover the ways in which Montessori classrooms differ from the traditional school setting in this enlightening documentary. Observe different levels of Montessori, including infants, toddlers, early childhood, and elementary, and how each utilizes the Montessori method.
A unique Canadian video series demonstrating and promoting community relevant quality care in First Nations and Inuit communities. The programs were videotaped in quality children's programs in diverse First Nations and Inuit communities across Canada. They portray a wide variety of ways communities celebrate their language and culture in day care centres, nursery schools and Head Start programs. Images of children, Elders, caregivers, parents and others, engaged in such activities as ice-fishing, storytelling, celebrating the harvest, planting a garden, hearing their languages and participating in community life are found throughout the programs.
Providing parents, caregivers and child care providers with information to help young children develop social, emotional and cognitive skills. Topics include conflict resolution, tantrums, separation anxiety and sharing.