This month’s selection from the EarlyEdU Alliance® multimedia resources is a spotlight on Positive Behavior Support. These resources are available to use in your teaching or professional development activities. Access to the complete library is available to EarlyEdU members only. Please consider joining the EarlyEdU Alliance®.
Culturally Responsive Behavior Supports
In this 7-minute video, Lillian Durán, PhD discusses factors that create inequities in how schools support social and emotional development in children. Dr. Durán describes how educators can use behavior support strategies in ways that build on the cultural norms and strengths of families and communities.
Creating Supportive Environments
This 6-minute video focuses on preventing challenging behaviors by creating high-quality supportive learning environments. Gail Joseph, PhD describes key strategies including predictable classroom schedules and routines, supporting smooth transitions between classroom activities, planning well-organized and engaging activities for children, stating expectations in advance and providing encouragement.
EarlyEdU Alliance® Highlights Webinar Series
|July||7/11/2019||The New EarlyEdU Alliance Media Library
Discover Resources to Support Quality Teaching Practices. Join our library designers for an introduction to the new media library. The resources are vast, but the search is simple. Explore library features that will allow you to find free, relevant materials for your courses, presentations, and professional development.
|June||6/6/2019||Custom Coaching Companion: A Customized Video Uploading and Annotation Tool to Increase and Enhance Coaching|
|May||5/2/2019||Higher Education Teaching Practices: Using video to support learning, connection, and community online|
|March||3/7/2019||Discover Circle Time Magazine Season 2: Positive March 3/7/2019 Behavior Support (PBS)|
|February||2/7/2019||Preschool Development Grant: Resources to Support Early Childhood Systems Work|
Past Highlights Webinar Series
|December||12/6/2018||Learning Languages: Resources to Support Language Development in Young Children|
|November||11/1/2018||Close up on Assessment: Competency based course work to support effective assessment in early care and education|
|October||10/4/2018||Family Engagement Course Overview|
|September||9/6/2018||Resilience and Wellness: Using EarlyEdU courses and modules to support the early care and education workforce|
|August||8/2/2018||EarlyEdU Multimedia Resource Library|
|May||5/3/2018||Culturally Responsive Teaching: Faculty Resources, Reflections, and Redesign|
|April||4/5/2018||Learning Lessons from Utah: Providing Coursework Through PD Systems in Partnership with IHEs|
|March||3/1/2018||Explore the Multimedia Guidebook for Transforming the Early Education Workforce|
|February||2/1/2018||Deep Dive: Child Observation and Assessment|
|November||11/2/2017||EarlyEdU Highlights: Coaching Companion for State Professional Development Systems|
|October||10/5/2017||Discover Coaching Companion|
|August||8/3/2017||Membership, Modules, and More|
|May||5/4/2017||It Takes a Village: A Team Approach to Supporting Online Students|
|April||4/6/2017||CEELOâ€™s Role in Supporting an Extraordinary Professional Workforce for Young Children|
|March||3/2/2017||Explore the Active in Interactive Learning|
|February||2/2/2017||Modules and More|
These and additional resources are available on the ECLKC.
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Educators can use the problem-solving approach described in this in-service suite to help children resolve social problems as they arise in the moment. Materials for instructors include a presentation, presenter notes, videos, and handouts with tips and learning activities.
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