Teaching Resources

This month’s selection from the EarlyEdU Alliance® multimedia resources is a spotlight on Resiliency and Brain Building. 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®.

Three Levels of Stress (Download)

Three Levels of Stress (Download)

Three Levels of Stress

Phil Fisher, PhD, describes different levels of stress in this 2-minute video. Dr. Fisher emphasizes how supportive adults can serve as a buffer to protect a child from toxic stress.

Deborah Stipek Excerpt (Download)

Deborah Stipek Excerpt (Download)

Deborah Stipek Excerpt

Deborah Stipek, PhD, discusses the importance of self-confidence, attention, and self-regulation to children’s healthy social and emotional development. During this 5-minute Distinguished Lecture Series excerpt, Stipek makes a case for promoting both social and emotional development and academic skills in the context of playful, developmentally appropriate preschool activities.

Liliana Lengua EDU Talk 2017 (Download)

Liliana Lengua EDU Talk 2017 (Download)

Liliana Lengua EDU Talk 2017

In this 7-minute talk, Liliana Lengua, PhD, describes the critical role parents play in raising resilient children in a context of poverty.

These video excerpts are available for a short time on this website.
For permanent access or the ability to view more of our resources, please consider joining the EarlyEdU Alliance®.

EarlyEdU Alliance® Highlights Webinar Series

Month Date Link
2019
April 3/4/2019 Register Now: Family Engagement
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

These and additional resources are available on the ECLKC.
For future reference, bookmark these in your browser.

Tips for Teachers. Dual Language Learners: Language Modeling and Conversations

This tip sheet includes strategies educators can use to support children’s English language development during daily back-and-forth conversations.

These learning modules are highlights of higher education courses from the EarlyEdU Alliance®. Trainers and instructors can use these four modules for professional development or higher education classes. The modules range from one-and-half to three hours long.

Module One

Emotional Literacy

Module Two

Building Skills in Two Languages

Module Three

Using Interactive Media in Early Learning

Module Four

Mindulness: A Resilience Practice

Module Five

Family Engagement

Faculty Finds

Faculty Finds is a fantastic source of information concerning effective preparation of early childhood professionals, providing both content and professional resources. Faculty Finds is created by Camille Catlett, an Advanced Technical Assistance Specialist Emerita at the University of North Carolina's Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute. This newsletter is distributed six times, annually and all resources are free.

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