Standard 1: Multimedia Illustrations

Application to Evidence-Based Practices for Adult Learners: The videos and video vignettes can be used primarily to demonstrate a practice/topic/concept and thus, align with the evidence-based practice for adult learners of illustration. Some are informational and relate to the practice of introduction.

Component and Title Key Content Duration Link
1.1 Behaviorism: Part 2 This video discusses behaviorists’ views on operant conditioning, reinforcement types, and reinforcement schedules. 5:05 View
1.1 Behaviorism: Pavlov, Watson, and Skinner An educational video about Behaviorism: Ivan Pavlov, John Watson, and B.F. Skinner. This video covers classical and operant conditioning. 4:57 View
1.1 8 Stages of Development by Erik Erikson Erik Erikson was a German-American psychologist who became known for his theory of psychosocial development. This video discusses with examples the eight stages of his theory. 5:19 View
1.1 Erik Erikson & Lifespan Development In an interview, Erik Erikson explains his theory of psychosocial development highlighting his stages of development. 6:00 View
1.1 Kohlberg’s 6 Stages of Moral Development Lawrence Kohlberg's theory claims that our development of moral reasoning happens in six stages: 1. Obedience and Punishment, 2. Self-interest 3. Interpersonal Accord and Conformity 4. Authority and maintaining social order, 5. Social Contract, 6. Universal Ethical principles. With examples, these stages are explained. 6:45 View
1.1 Piaget on Piaget, Part 1 Part 1 of a documentary about Jean Piaget's Genetic Epistemology. Jean Piaget explains his theory. Filmed in Switzerland, 1977. 12:25 View
1.1 Piaget on Piaget, Part 2 Part 2 of a documentary about Jean Piaget's Genetic Epistemology. It shows some of the classic experiments (in abbreviated form) about seriation with children. Filmed in Switzerland, 1977. 13:04 View
1.1 Piaget on Piaget, Part 3 Part 3 of a documentary about Jean Piaget's Genetic Epistemology. It shows some of the classic experiments (in abbreviated form) about conservation of volume and drawing with children. Filmed in Switzerland, 1977. 11:29 View
1.1 Vygotsky’s Developmental Theory: An Introduction (Davidson Films, Inc.) This video introduces the life, vocabulary, and concepts of Lev Vygotsky. It illustrates four basic concepts integral to his work: children construct knowledge, learning can lead development, development cannot be separated from its social context, and language plays a central role in cognitive development. Elena Bodrova brings an easy familiarity with these concepts. Deborah Leong's commentary and the classroom examples enable the viewer to incorporate these concepts into their understanding of child development. 4:01 View
1.1 Vygotsky’s Theory of Cognitive Development: How Relationships Increase Learning Vygotsky’s Theory of Social Development argues that community and language play a central part in learning. Vygotsky believed that children develop independently of specific stages because of social interactions.  This video discusses and provides examples of social relationships impact development. 5:08 View
1.1 Vygotsky vs Piaget “Vygotsky and Piaget” discuss some of the major differences in their theories of development. 1:58 View
1.2 CDC Milestones in Action: Photos and Videos Milestones in Action is a photo and video library of photos and videos for the ages of 2 months, 4 months, 6 months, 9 months, 1 year, 18 months, 2 years, 3 years, 4 years, and 5 years.  The number of videos for each age range varies with videos depicting developmental skills in the social-emotional, language/communication, cognitive, and motor developmental domains. Varied View
1.2 Cameron and Alexis Playing with Blocks Cameron and Alexis demonstrate a variety of communication, social-emotional, problem-solving, fine-motor, imagination, and play skills in the block area. Produced by Results Matter, Colorado Department of Education. 4:25 View
1.2 From Feelings to Friendships: Nurturing Healthy Social-Emotional Development in the Early Years Social-emotional developmental milestones from birth to three years are discussed.  Experiences that families, early interventionists, and other caregivers facilitate or support to promote social-emotional development are demonstrated and discussed. 5:32 View
1.2 Gabby Gabby, a toddler, demonstrates a variety of motor skills. Produced by Results Matter, Colorado Department of Education. 1:38 View
1.2 Gabby and Nicholas Toddlers Gabby and Nicholas demonstrate a variety of cognitive, social-emotional, and motor skills as they engage with objects and with one another. Produced by Results Matter, Colorado Department of Education. 2:20 View
1.2 Joy and Johna Working on a Puzzle Preschoolers Joy and Johna demonstrate a rich variety of fine motor, communication, social-emotional, play, and problem-solving skills when working on a puzzle together. Produced by Results Matter, Colorado Department of Education. 6:04 View
1.2 Lilly Lilly, just learning to crawl, demonstrates fine motor, gross motor, and communication skills as she interacts with toys, peers, and a caregiver. Produced by Results Matter, Colorado Department of Education. 3:18 View
1.2 Samantha and Sara Building Towers and Castles Preschoolers Sara and Samantha demonstrate a variety of imaginative, fine motor, gross motor, communication, and social-emotional skills in the block area. Produced by Results Matter, Colorado Department of Education. 6:45 View
1.2 Samantha on the Playground Preschooler Samantha demonstrates a variety of gross motor skills on the playground. Produced by Results Matter, Colorado Department of Education. 1:46 View
1.3 Brain Wonders: Nurturing Healthy Brain Development from Birth This video discusses the experiences that families and other caregivers can provide that promote brain development during the first three years of life. 6:00 View
1.3 Friendship, Inclusion, and Learning This story is about a friendship that developed between two girls in a preschool classroom.  The children’s parents and teacher describe how friendship helped both girls progress in developing social and academic skills. Produced by Results Matter, Colorado Department of Education. 7:25 View
1.3 Magic of Everyday Moments: Temperament Temperament is defined and its biological base emphasized. The key characteristics of temperament:  emotional intensity, sensory reactivity, activity level, adaptability, persistence are discussed.  In addition, the impact of temperament on children’s behavior is highlighted. 4:37 View
1.4 Cerebral Palsy: Overview and Diagnosis Parents of children with cerebral palsy talk about spotting the early signs of cerebral palsy and getting a diagnosis. Also, professionals explain that cerebral palsy is a condition that affects the brain. They talk about the different types of cerebral palsy, the effects on children, and some of the causes of cerebral palsy. 6:45 View
1.4 Child Outcomes Step by Step A set of three child outcomes adopted by the U.S. Department of Education are described. These outcomes address three areas of child functioning necessary for each child to be an active and successful participant at home, in the community, and in other places like a childcare program or preschool. Measuring progress on the outcomes helps states meet federal reporting requirements for children with disabilities. Produced by Results Matter, Colorado Department of Education. 8:43 View
1.4 10 Early Signs of Autism (Updated) This video is for educational purposes and discusses and demonstrates behaviors that may be indicators of a possible Autism Spectrum Disorder. 6:37 View
1.4 Explaining Cleft Lip and Palate This video explains what cleft lip and palate are, causes, types, treatment, and any potential impacts on development. 4:17 View
1.4 Spina Bifida (Myelomeningocele, Meningocele, Occulta) – Causes, Symptoms, Treatment The causes, symptoms, types of and treatment for spina bifida are discussed. 6:31 View

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Faculty Forum - The Chronicle of Higher Education Archived Zoom Call: Faculty Resilience and the COVID-19 - Week 2
Frank Porter Graham Toolkit of Resources TOOLKIT: resources for early childhood faculty and instructors
Association of College and University Educators Online teaching toolkit
The Chronicle of Higher Education How to be a better online teacher advice guide
SCRIPT-NC Shifting to Online Instruction and Faculty Webinars
Openstax Open access to high quality textbooks online -free
CEEDAR Center Virtual Toolkit: Easing Faculty Transition to Online Instruction​
FREE RESOURCE: Poll Everywhere for Higher Ed. Faculty Create unlimited questions for up to 40 students
CEC Webinar and Resources Teaching Special Education Online During COVID-19
IRIS Center Planning for Distance Learning: Resources: Modules, Case Study Units, Activities
The Chronicle of Higher Education, Michelle D. Miller
Going Online in a Hurry: What to Do and Where to Start
The Chronicle of Higher Education, Kevin Gannon 4 Lessons from Moving a Face-to-Face Course Online
The Chronicle of Higher Education, Heather R. Taft, March 17, 2020 How to Quickly (and Safely) Move a Lab Course Online
The Chronicle of Higher Education Coping With Coronavirus: How Faculty Members Can Support Students in Traumatic Times
The Chronicle of Higher Education, Flower Darby How to Be a Better Online Teacher (Advice Guide)
Ohio Developmental Disabilities Council Video Series: Use of Technology with Evidence Based Early Intervention
National Center on Deaf Blindness
Open Hands, Open Access video learning modules
Coursera Child Development Courses

 

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*New* Tip sheet: Enhancing Family-Provider Partnerships During COVID-19  Enhancing Family-Provider Partnerships
Tips for Providers: Providing & Coordinating EI Remotely Tips for Providers: What to say to Families
Tips for Providers: Providing & Coordinating EI Remotely (What will it look like?) Tips for Providers: What will a Remote Visit Look Like?
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Consejos para Familias .pdf What is Remote EI? (Spanish)

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Virginia Early Intervention Professional Development Center Framework for reflective questioning / The Coaching Quick Reference Guide - .pdf
Virginia Early Intervention Professional Development Center Tools of Trade
OCALI (Ohio Center for Autism and Low Incidence Disabilities) (note: you must login but it is free) Suite of Resources for Early Childhood Professionals
Public Consulting Group Use of telehealth in early intervention (IDEA Part C)
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U.S. Department of Education

Student Privacy 101

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