Video Library

Video Library

Contact the Institute for details on using the following materials.

Child Care Video Magazine

  • Discoveries of Infancy- Cognitive Development and Learning
  • Early Messages-Facilitating Language Development and Communication
  • Essential Connections-Ten Keys to Culturally Sensitive Child Care
  • First Moves-Welcome a Child to a New Caregiving Setting
  • Flexible, Fearful or Feisty- The Different Temperaments of Infants and Toddlers
  • Getting in Tune- Creating Nurturing Relationships with Infants and Toddlers
  • It's Not Just Routine- Feeding, Diapering and Napping Infants and Toddlers
  • Protective Urges- working with the Feelings of Parents and Caregivers
  • Respectfully Yours- Magda Gerber's Approach to Professional Infant/Toddler Care
  • The Ages of Infancy- Caring for Young, Mobile and Older Infants
  • Together In Care- Meeting the Intimacy Needs of Infants and Toddlers in Groups

National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC)

  • For Our Future
  • Nourishing Language Development in Early Childhood
  • Partnerships with Parents
  • Toddler Curriculum: Making Connections

Indiana's Childcare Collection

  • Child Care Administration Tying It All Together
  • Designing Developmentally Appropriate Days
  • Daily Dilemmas Coping with Challenges Far Ago & Long Away Innovative Storytelling
  • Quality Family Child Care
  • The B.U.S.I.N.E.S.S. of Family Child Care
  • Welcoming All Children Inclusive Child Care

American Academy of Pediatrics - Caring for Our Children

  • Basic Caregiving
  • Illness in Child Care
  • Keeping It in Shape
  • Ready for Anything
  • Setting UP for Healthy and Safe Care
  • Standards and You

The Developing Child

  • Early Child Care and Education #13
  • Infancy: Beginnings in Cognition and Language #10
  • Infancy: Early Relationships #11
  • Infancy: Self and Social World #12
  • Language Development Observation #3
  • Play #21
  • The Newborn #8
  • Toddlerhood: Physical and Cognitive Development #17
  • Toddlerhood: Social and Emotional Development # 18

Health and Safety Consultation in Child Care

  • How to Train Child Care Staff
  • Making Health and Safety Improvement Plans
  • Making Observations
  • National Resources
  • The Child Care Culture
  • Building Better Child Care Through Health Consultation
  • Illness in Child Care
  • Making Health and Safety Improvement Plans
  • Making Observations
  • Working Together to Include Everyone

Better Kid Care

  • Secrets of How to Get Parents Involved
  • What Brain Research Tells Us About Infant Care
  • What's Normal Development, What's Not?

I Am Your Child

  • Discipline: Teaching Limits with Love
  • Ready to Learn
  • Safe from the Start
  • The first Years Last Forever
  • Your Healthy Baby

Hand In Hand

  • When a Child Doesn't Play
  • The Child Who Wanders
  • The Child Who Dabbles
  • The Child Who Appears Anxious
  • The Child Who Appears Aloof
  • The Child Who is Ignored

Reframing Discipline

  • Doing Groundwork-From Stopping Misbehavior to Teaching Skills
  • Connecting with Every Child-Key to Successful Discipline
  • Understanding Difficult Behavior-Why Does He Do That?

Building a Prevention Strategy

  • A Foundation for Guidance
  • Easing the Troublespots
  • Getting Proactive-Getting Results

First Steps - Supporting Early Language Development

  • Early Language 1
  • Early Language 2
  • Early Language 3
  • Early Language 4

Educational Productions

  • Between You and Me-Facilitating Child-To-Child Conversations
  • Child's Play-The World of Learning
  • Come Join In!-Guidelines for Successful Group Times
  • Give Yourself a Hand-Guidance Techniques for Successful Group Times
  • Let's Talk-First Steps to Conversation
  • Now You're Talking-Techniques That Extend Conversations
  • Oh Say What They See-An Introduction to Indirect Language Stimulation Techniques
  • Space to Grow-Creating an Environment that Supports Language Acquisition
  • Time Together-Learning to Play with Young Children

Bigger than Books

  • Once Upon a Time-Skills for Reading Aloud at Group Time
  • Tread to Me-Sharing Books with Young Children

Various

  • A Children's Journey-Project Approach
  • A Place to Learn and Grow - An Early Childhood Video Series
  • All the Way with the Mentor Program
  • Amazing Talents of the Newborn
  • Begin with Love
  • Caring for Your Newborn-A Parent's Guide to the First 3 Months
  • Child Care and Children with Special Needs (Booklet)
  • Come On and Sing
  • Communication and Symbolic Behavior Scales
  • Community Playthings
  • Empieza ya! Start now!
  • Family-Guided Activity-Based Intervention for Infants and Toddlers
  • First Person- Impressions of Being a Baby
  • Observing Young Children- Learning to Look, Looking to Learn
  • PA Pathways New Staff Orientation
  • Parents, Kids and Mother Goose
  • Playing is Learning
  • Promoting Learning Through Active Interaction
  • Risk Watch- Lessons for Grades (Packet)
  • Room Arrangement as a Teaching Strategy
  • Safe Active Play
  • The Leading Edge-Tools for Teaching Developmentally Appropriate Practice
  • The Business of Family Child Care
  • The CDA Professional Preparation Program (CDAP3)
  • The Early Childhood Program- "Cultivating Roots"
  • The Real Power of Parenthood
  • The Value of Unit Block Play
  • Using HELP Effectively
  • Vaccines: Separating Fact from Fear
  • Voices from the Field
  • What Can Baby Hear?-Auditory Tests and Interventions for Infants with Multiple Disabilities
  • Windows on Learning: A Framework for Making Decisions
  • You Make the Difference- In Helping Your Child Learn Teaching Video

Audio

  • Caring For Infants and Toddlers (CD)
  • Chesapeake Audio/Video Communications, Inc. (TAPES)
  • Children with Differing Abilities (CD)
  • Children's First Steps-Language (CD)
  • Children's First Steps-Numbers (CD)
  • Developing a Curriculum for Infants and Toddlers : Where Do You Start? (TAPE)
  • Does Child Care Quality Matter? (TAPE)
  • Opening Session and Plenary Sessions with Helen Taylor, J. Ronald Lally, and Ann Linehan (TAPE)
  • Perspectives on Discipline (CD)
  • Supervising Staff (CD)
  • Translating and Using Brain Development Research in Your Program (TAPE)