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Foundations of Early Childhood Development: It's All About Relationships
 
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This is the archived recording of a webinar that took place on April 10, 2014. Presenters: John Hornstein Ed.D., Brazelton Touchpoints Center (link is external) & Rivkah Sass. This webinar orients participants to the Touchpoints approach to child development. The discussion includes identifying the themes of development that operate when parents of infants, toddlers and preschoolers bring their children to libraries.
Views: 1029 ELF2Libraries
Foundations of Coaching in Early Childhood: Partnering with Parents and Professionals
 
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This is the full version of Foundations of Coaching in Early Childhood: Partnering with Parents and Professionals, a training resources created by the following partners: Hartford Foundation for Public Giving Connecticut Office of Early Childhood CT Head Start All Our Kin UConn University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities EastConn Connecticut Alliance of Regional Educational Service Centers
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Early childhood History
 
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Foundations of Early Childhood
 
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Erik Erickson
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Early Childhood Education
 
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Oakland Unified School District is excited to welcome all children who turn three by December 2, into our high-quality Early Childhood Program. Oakland Unified School District Early Childhood Education program strives to build a solid foundation of success for all children and their families. We believe early childhood education is a catalyst to high student achievement. We are committed to providing each child in our program access to a high-quality educational experience. Our promise to provide kindergarten readiness will be accomplished through instruction, assessment and curriculum that is developmentally, culturally, and linguistically appropriate. The curriculum includes instruction in early literacy, math, science, art, physical development, and social/emotional development and is rooted in the California Preschool Learning Foundations. OUSD is the contractor for the State and operates the program through its Early Childhood Education (ECE) Department. ECE is responsible for ensuring that all local, State and Federal requirements are met. ECE operates under Title 5 and Title 22 regulations and adheres to California Education Code. Learn more at www.ousd.org/ece
Views: 2589 OUSDNews
A TODAY - Lien Foundation Project: Korea's Preschool System (Pt 1 of 2)
 
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A TODAY - Lien Foundation Project: Korea's Preschool System (Pt 1 of 2): The Korean education system is highly regarded, with students frequently acing in international tests. TODAY travels to the South Korean capital Seoul, to take a look at its preschool system.   Due to the competitive Korean society, children spend long amount of time in preschool, either due to their parents' working hours or having to take enrichment activities after school. To watch Part 2, go to: http://youtu.be/346VSuM5Bqk
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Foundations of Coaching in Early Childhood: What is Coaching? (Chapter 1)
 
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Foundations of Coaching in Early Childhood: Partnering with Parents and Professionals is a video training resource for early childhood coaches, based on the 5 key characteristics of coaching as outlined by Dathan Rush and M'Lisa Shelden. These characteristics can be applied to a number of early childhood settings. This is the first chapter in the series. This chapter offers an introduction to coaching and Rush & Shelden's 5 key characteristics. Visit foundationsofcoaching.com for more. This video was created by the following partners: Hartford Foundation for Public Giving Connecticut Office of Early Childhood All Our Kin Connecticut Alliance of Regional Educational Service Centers Connecticut Head Start EastConn UConn University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities
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Foundations of Learning: Teacher's Role in Block Play
 
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Watch and listen as educators from Bank Street, City & Country School, and Caltech discuss the Role of the Teacher in Block Play.
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Foundations of Coaching in Early Childhood: Action/Practice (Chapter 4)
 
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Foundations of Coaching in Early Childhood: Partnering with Parents and Professionals is a video training resource for early childhood coaches, based on the 5 key characteristics of coaching as outlined by Dathan Rush and M'Lisa Shelden. These characteristics can be applied to a number of early childhood settings. This is the fourth chapter in the series. This chapter explores the concept of Action/Practice. Visit foundationsofcoaching.com for more. This video was created by the following partners: Hartford Foundation for Public Giving Connecticut Office of Early Childhood All Our Kin Connecticut Alliance of Regional Educational Service Centers Connecticut Head Start EastConn UConn University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities
Views: 126 HartfordFoundation
Early Childhood Education: A Foundation for Success
 
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At Crete Public Schools educators are closing the opportunity gap by leveling the playing field for even the youngest students.
Foundations of Coaching in Early Childhood: Observation (Chapter 3)
 
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Foundations of Coaching in Early Childhood: Partnering with Parents and Professionals is a video training resource for early childhood coaches, based on the 5 key characteristics of coaching as outlined by Dathan Rush and M'Lisa Shelden. These characteristics can be applied to a number of early childhood settings. This is the third chapter in the series. This chapter explores the concept of Observation. Visit foundationsofcoaching.com for more. This video was created by the following partners: Hartford Foundation for Public Giving Connecticut Office of Early Childhood All Our Kin Connecticut Alliance of Regional Educational Service Centers Connecticut Head Start EastConn UConn University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities
Views: 125 HartfordFoundation
Early Childhood Educators: Building the Foundation
 
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Short animation showing the importance of early childhood educators. The BCGEU is proud to celebrate May as child care month with the launch of a series of short animations. This animations is part of a leadership project created by the Cowichan Early Childhood Education members of BC. The BCGEU worked jointly with them on the campaign portion of the project. The messages conveyed in these clips outline the importance of early childhood educators and the diverse skills required to support children and families in their growth and development. Please comment and share widely!
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Foundations of Coaching in Early Childhood: Joint Planning (Chapter 2)
 
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Foundations of Coaching in Early Childhood: Partnering with Parents and Professionals is a video training resource for early childhood coaches, based on the 5 key characteristics of coaching as outlined by Dathan Rush and M'Lisa Shelden. These characteristics can be applied to a number of early childhood settings. This is the second chapter in the series. This chapter explores the concept of Joint Planning. Visit foundationsofcoaching.com for more. This video was created by the following partners: Hartford Foundation for Public Giving Connecticut Office of Early Childhood All Our Kin Connecticut Alliance of Regional Educational Service Centers Connecticut Head Start EastConn UConn University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities
Views: 189 HartfordFoundation
Basic Developmental Milestones of Early Childhood
 
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ELF 2.0 Webinar presented by Dr. John Hornstein on Sept 3, 2014. This webinar will build upon and expand the conversation begun with our April 10, 2014 webinar, also given by Dr. Hornstein and entitled Foundations of Early Childhood Development: It’s All About Relationships. In this second webinar we will review the basic tenets of child development from the Touchpoints perspective – identifying the major developmental tasks of infants, toddlers and preschoolers within the context of their relationships and culture. The discontinuous nature of this developmental process will also be explored. We will then examine how library staff can respond to families by focusing on parent-child relationships, and supporting parental mastery as might occur in various library-based scenarios.
Views: 2965 ELF2Libraries
UNICEF Early Childhood Development & Education supported by H&M Conscious Foundation
 
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Evidence shows that the early years of a child’s life are critical to our ability to learn. Still, more than 200 million children around the world are left behind, unable to reach their full learning potential. Few donors or governments prioritize funding Early Childhood Development (ECD) which is why the H&M Conscious Foundation wants to contribute to filling that gap by supporting UNICEF. So far more than 45,000 children have benefited from the programmes during the first year of the UNICEF/H&M Conscious Foundation partnership. This film from the ECD-center in Rwanda, is one of the great examples of our progress. #ECD Learn more about the partnership at http://makeadifference.hm.com/
Views: 71907 UNICEF Sverige
Early Childhood: Brain Function, Education and Research
 
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Here what science says about Early Childhood Education. To support our early years, visit www.patreon.com/sprouts Source: 30 Million Word Difference http://www.aft.org/sites/default/files/periodicals/TheEarlyCatastrophe.pdf The High Scope Perry Preschool Study http://www.highscope.org/file/research/paerryproject/specialsummary_rev2011_02_2.pdf University of Michigan - How American Children Spend Their Time http://preview.tinyurl.com/yb4bzzu3 The Heckman Curve https://heckmanequation.org/resource/the-heckman-curve/ What a child experiences during the first years of their life has a lasting impact on the development of their brain. While genes set the roadmap, experiences create the neural connection inside the brain that sets the foundations of our emotions, language, motor skills, vision, and memories. If one region gets additional stimulation, the neural pathways within that area and the connections to other areas grow stronger. This process is called synaptic pruning. You can also imagine your brain as a planet. There is Motor Skill Metropolis, Memory Mountain and Vision Village. Through the years, popular cities grow bigger and links between them get larger. Now if one area was never developed, there can be traffic jams. This then slows down the development of the entire brain. Some neurotransmitters will be tired getting to work. Others will take short cuts and get lost. Imagine your brain is a planet. Big cities have many houses, roads and connections to travel to other big cities. If they are popular, over time those cities and links between them grow bigger and stronger. But if one town was never developed, citizens will have trouble to get around. As a result there is little business and traffic jam for everyone who wants to pass through. This limits not only the development of that area, but limits the growth of the entire ecosystem. Betty Hart and Todd Risley studied children’s exposure to language. On average children from families on welfare were exposed to about 600 words per hour. Kids from rich families got about 2,000. By the age of 3, the gap becomes 30 million words. But it didn’t end there. Children from privileged families received much more positive feedback. For every 6 words of praise, there was only one word of discouragement. Welfare kids however, heard twice as much discouragements than praise. This could make a difference that lasts a lifetime. In a study that began in 1963, psychologist David Weikart and his team randomly divided 123 underprivileged kids into two groups. One group spent two years at a top preschool with excellent teachers. They made art, discussed problems, and received a lot attention, respect and love. For the other, life went on as usual. Often without much attention from anyone 40 years later the Highscope Perry Preschool Study was published. At age five, 67% of the children in the top preschool group had an IQ of over 90, they were school-ready. Of the others, only 28% achieved that. At fourteen there was a big difference in basic classroom achievements. At twenty-seven the top preschool group were more likely to own their own home. And at age forty they earned more money and were less likely to ever be sentenced to jail. The researchers concluded that the two years at preschool nourished the children not only intellectually but also gave them social skills, courage and perseverance. This combination of character strength, also called Grit, was later responsible for their success in life. The 15,000 dollars invested in putting those kids into preschool, later benefited the entire society, mainly through a reduction in crime. The total return of investment was estimated to be at a 195,000 dollars. In 2006 Nobel Prize winning economist James Heckman published what became known as the Heckman Curve. It shows the return of investments in education, which is the highest in the early years. Governments have since started to act. In Germany parents get a lot of financial support to raise their kids. In Japan, mothers or fathers can take a full year of paid leave. In France all children go to Kindergarten free of charge. If you happen to be in charge, know that with every extra minute you spend encouraging and talking to that little troublemaker, you might be doing him a favor for life. According to the University of Michigan: "regular family dinners are a stronger predictor of good grades than doing homework."
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Foundations of Coaching in Early Childhood: Feedback (Chapter 6)
 
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Foundations of Coaching in Early Childhood: Partnering with Parents and Professionals is a video training resource for early childhood coaches, based on the 5 key characteristics of coaching as outlined by Dathan Rush and M'Lisa Shelden. These characteristics can be applied to a number of early childhood settings. This is the sixth chapter in the series. This chapter explores the concept of Feedback. Visit foundationsofcoaching.com for more. This video was created by the following partners: Hartford Foundation for Public Giving Connecticut Office of Early Childhood All Our Kin Connecticut Alliance of Regional Educational Service Centers Connecticut Head Start EastConn UConn University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities
Views: 88 HartfordFoundation
Foundations of Coaching in Early Childhood: Teaser
 
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A teaser for our new training video series. Coming soon!
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CONNECT: Foundations Of Transition
 
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Today, most families of young children use and move between different types of early childhood services -- like Head Start, private child care, public preschool, or kindergarten. Moving between and among these various programs is often referred to as 'transition'." This 8-minute video provides an overview of the desirable outcomes of transition, research identifying effective transition practices, as well as the legal requirements of early childhood transition. The video was produced by CONNECT, a US Department of Education-funded national center that is developing web-based resources and modules on effective and evidence-based practices to support early childhood personnel preparation and professional development. For more information, go to http://community.fpg.unc.edu/connect-modules
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Foundation Degree in Early Childhood
 
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Director of Early Years Programmes, Dr Sarah Cousins, introduces our Foundation Degree in Early Childhood. For more information, and to apply, visit our website: http://www.warwick.ac.uk/earlychildhood
Foundations of Coaching in Early Childhood: Reflection (Chapter 5)
 
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Foundations of Coaching in Early Childhood: Partnering with Parents and Professionals is a video training resource for early childhood coaches, based on the 5 key characteristics of coaching as outlined by Dathan Rush and M'Lisa Shelden. These characteristics can be applied to a number of early childhood settings. This is the fifth chapter in the series. This chapter explores the concept of Reflection. Visit foundationsofcoaching.com for more. This video was created by the following partners: Hartford Foundation for Public Giving Connecticut Office of Early Childhood All Our Kin Connecticut Alliance of Regional Educational Service Centers Connecticut Head Start EastConn UConn University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities
Views: 94 HartfordFoundation
Webinar: Expanding on the Science: Foundations of Early Childhood Development
 
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Research and scientific evidence show that positive and negative early influences are critical to the development of children’s brains and can have an impact on learning and school success, behavior and even lifelong health. Listen to Dr. Jack Shonkoff with the Center on the Developing Child at Harvard University discuss the policy implications of early experiences on the brain. You will also hear from Ron Haskins with the Center on Children and Families at The Brookings Institution respond to the science and also give his thoughts on where early childhood policies are going.
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Robert R. McCormick Foundation - Irving Harris & Early Childhood Education - 321 FastDraw
 
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321 Fast Draw, Inc. has collaborated with the Robert R. McCormick Foundation and Siskel/Jacobs Productions to help illustrate the history of early childhood education based on the work of Irving Harris. Once upon a time, there was a man named Irving Harris. Irving had a lot of big ideas, but one of his biggest involved some very small people. Irving believed America's future begins in the cradle. Invest in our tiniest citizens—children from birth to 5—and we'll reap the biggest rewards¬: better schools, lower crime rates, and a much more competitive economy. Irving told everyone he could about his big idea. Everyone listened... ...but not many people did anything. So Irving, along with a handful of other pioneers, kept on pushing... He helped start the Erikson Institute... ....the Ounce of Prevention Fund... ...and Family Focus. Then, in 1993, the Board of Directors at the McCormick Foundation asked him to talk with them about his big idea. Irving explained that the biggest impact they could make with their money was to invest it in early childhood education. He said that in order to make a difference, they would have to pay for things that didn't sound like much fun. [things like research, advocacy, and capacity-building.] And he warned that they'd better be ready for a marathon and not a sprint—changing the game could take decades. The McCormick people listened closely... They asked questions... They talked it over.... And then they did a wonderful thing... They said yes! Since that meeting, more than two decades ago, the McCormick Foundation has invested over $100 million in early childhood education in Illinois, and leveraged millions more. Along the way, they've worked with dozens of organizations, civic leaders, and government agencies, creating a powerful network of advocates that has made Illinois a national leader in the field. With McCormick's support, these groups have learned to speak with one voice—and produced some amazing results! We now have an overwhelming body of research that shows the importance of early childhood education. We know that 85% of brain circuitry is created in the first five years of life—and that even something as simple as the amount of words an infant hears can affect who he or she becomes. We know that without a quality early childhood education and care program, at-risk children are 25% more likely to drop out of school, 50% more likely to be placed in special ed classes, 60% less likely to attend college, and 70% more likely to be arrested for a violent crime. And we know that that preventing problems costs a whole lot less than fixing them—so the earlier we invest in children, the bigger the payoff...up to 10 dollars for every one dollar we spend. But there's still a huge gap between what we know and what we do, and unless we move fast—and move smart—our kids are going to fall further and further behind. So help us close that gap... Read to me...sing to me...send me to a quality preschool... and let your elected officials know that our future is everyone's future. Become a champion for quality early care and education...and help us do big things for little people...Like me!...Like me!...Like me!... For more info, please visit http://www.321fastdraw.com/ Follow us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/321fastdraw Follow us on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/321fastdraw Follow us on Google+: http://gplus.to/321fastdraw
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Classroom Tools for Social Emotional Development
 
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This video provides and overview and demonstration of teaching tools for young children from the Center on the Social and Emotional Foundations for Early Learning (CSEFEL) and Technical Assistance Center on Social Emotional Intervention for Young Children (TACSEI). Also, I share about my personally created "Center Tag" system. Tools can be found within my online course at Tidewater Community College, CHD 205- Guiding Behavior. Some items can be found at: http://csefel.vanderbilt.edu/resources/strategies.html and http://challengingbehavior.fmhi.usf.edu/do/resources/teaching_tools/ttyc_updated_toc.html
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CONNECT: Foundations of Inclusion Birth to Five (Updated 2014)
 
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This is an updated version of CONNECT's most popular video. It provides an overview of inclusion legal and policy foundations and inclusion research, as well as a definition, the desired results and defining features of inclusion in early childhood. The video was produced by CONNECT: The Center to Mobilize Early Childhood Knowledge. CONNECT worked with the early childhood community to create a series of free, web-based, instructional resources for early childhood faculty, professional development providers and learners around the nation. more at: http://community.fpg.unc.edu
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Foundations of Coaching in Early Childhood: The End (Chapter 7)
 
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Foundations of Coaching in Early Childhood: Partnering with Parents and Professionals is a video training resource for early childhood coaches, based on the 5 key characteristics of coaching as outlined by Dathan Rush and M'Lisa Shelden. These characteristics can be applied to a number of early childhood settings. This is the seventh and final chapter in the series. Visit foundationsofcoaching.com for more. This video was created by the following partners: Hartford Foundation for Public Giving Connecticut Office of Early Childhood All Our Kin Connecticut Alliance of Regional Educational Service Centers Connecticut Head Start EastConn UConn University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities
Views: 89 HartfordFoundation
Play In Childhood - Kathy Walker, Early Life Foundations
 
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Kathy Walker, Founding Director of Early Life Foundations, talks about the importance of play in childhood. Early Life Foundations (www.earlylife.com.au) provides expertise and support to parents, educators and organisations to create optimal parenting, learning and educational environments for children birth to 12 years. The organisation prides itself on its knowledge base and expertise and maintaining an independent voice on the national and international stage for children's development, teaching and learning, research and parenting.
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EYFS Areas of Development EXPLAINED
 
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Everything you need to know about the areas of development in the Early Years Foundation Stage! My TES Shop: ➡https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/littlelearnersmail How are children assessed in Reception? ➡ https://youtu.be/pzKoY_zIu2E 🚨 SUBSCRIBE https://www.youtube.com/littlelearnersvideos?sub_confirmation=1 🔔 TURN ON NOTIFICATIONS [ LET’S GET SOCIAL ] 👉FACEBOOK http://www.facebook.com/LittleLearnersVideos 👉INSTAGRAM http://www.instagram.com/LittleLearnersVideos 👉TWITTER http://www.twitter.com/L_Learners
Views: 8515 Little Learners
Meaningful Inclusion in Early Childhood
 
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How can a school meaningfully include students with disabilities in an early childhood program? In moving interviews, parents in this video reveal the benefits for their children. Educators describe what they do and how they got there. These stories come from the Sun Prairie (Wisconsin) Area School District, where inclusion is the norm for all early childhood programs supported by public dollars, whether offered in community or district settings. More on early childhood special education: https://dpi.wi.gov/sped/early-childhood Interviewees in order of appearance: Hollie Whitney Parent Ramil and Vanessa Kilades Parents Elizabeth Knudten SP4K Teacher and Sun Prairie Nursery School Program Director Sun Prairie 4K Head Start Jennifer Apodaca Director of Student Services, Teaching, Learning & Equity Sun Prairie Area School District Lydia Krueger Early Childhood Special Education Teacher Gingerbread House Preschool Barb Van Haren Director, Special Education Team Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction Suzie Kitson Educator Gingerbread House Preschool
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Starting strong: building a solid foundation in early childhood - ELIANT conference 2017
 
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Joan Almon, Alliance for Childhood Christopher Clouder, Director research SEE, Botin Foundation, Ed. Moderator: Clara Aerts, International Association for Steiner/Waldorf Early Childhood Education (IASWECE) What competencies and values mark out mature digital users and how are they developed in early childhood? Tomorrow’s world requires people with tolerance, empathy, creativity and common sense. This workshop will identify how these core human virtues are developed in early life and how they are endangered by a lack of awareness for the effects of digital technology on the development of children.
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IKEA Foundation supports early childhood development in Rwanda | UNICEF Rwanda
 
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UNICEF Rwanda and IKEA Foundation believe that early moments matter, and are working together to transform the way families and communities nurture their children. With IKEA Foundation's support, UNICEF is making sure that more than 40,000 Rwandan children have happier, healthier childhoods. e are working together to transform the way families and communities nurture their children. With IKEA Foundation’s support, we are making sure that more than 40,000 Rwandan children will have happier, healthier childhoods!
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Education is the key, early childhood is the foundation
 
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Our children are learning in our homes before they even step into the classrooms. Aunty Jenny shares her story from Townsville. Walk with us, share our stories at www.qld.gov.au/biglearninglife .
Early Childhood Program I Rupani Foundation Pakistan
 
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Early Childhood Program I Rupani Foundation Pakistan Project video of Early Childhood Program of Rupani Foundation in Pakistan produced by Visual Works Inc. to see more work of Rupani Foundation visit: http://www.rupanifoundation.org/
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Quality Interactions Early Years
 
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Quality Interactions Early Years
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