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Podcast: Inclusion Matters

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Inclusion Matters is a podcast produced by CICC. Early childhood experts discuss a wide array of important topics for early childhood professionals.

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Cómo ayudar a los niños durante el proceso de duelo en la escuela (How to help a grieving child in a child care setting )

Cómo ayudar a los niños durante el proceso de duelo en la escuela (How to help a grieving child in a child care setting )

¿Cómo puedes apoyar a los niños durante el proceso de duelo? Únase a Karina Elze, especialista en RBPD en CICC, mientras habla con Tania Rivera y Mirla Peralta,  Circulo de Amigos Child Care Center. Juntas compartirán algunas estrategias para apoyar a los niños que están pasando por el proceso de duelo.

(Length: 21:43)
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Behavior in the Early Childhood Setting (Part 2) Proactive Ways to Help Lessen Behaviors that Challenge Us

Behavior in the Early Childhood Setting (Part 2) Proactive Ways to Help Lessen Behaviors that Challenge Us

Angeline Kallhoff and Tari Niemeyer, two of our CICC coaches, join us to continue our discussion of ways to respond to young children when they exhibit challenging behavior.  They share some proactive ways to set both you as the caregiver and the child up for success and calm the situation. 

(Length: 21:21)
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Behavior in the Early Childhood Setting (Part 1) Common Responses to Behaviors that Challenge Us

Behavior in the Early Childhood Setting (Part 1) Common Responses to Behaviors that Challenge Us

Join us for our podcast episode with two of our CICC coaches, Angeline Kallhoff and Tari Niemeyer as we discuss some common responses to behavior challenges that may occur in the early childhood setting.  They discuss how our verbal response has the ability to teach a child some new skills if we think about how we phrase things. 

(Length: 20:39)
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Trauma Responsive Care in Early Childhood Settings (Panel Discussion)

Trauma Responsive Care in Early Childhood Settings (Panel Discussion)

This panel was hosted by the Center for Inclusive Child Care and Minnesota Association for Children's Mental Health on the 29th of July, 2021 to discuss Trauma Responsive Care in Early Childhood Settings. Trauma-Responsive Care in Early Childhood Settings Panel with Arielle Handevidt- Director of Early Childhood at Northside Achievement Zone, Tania Rivera- Program Manager at Circulo De Amigos Child Care Center, Lily Crooks- Director of Seward Child Care Center, and Nedra Robinson- Early Childhood Program Manager at Simpson Housing Services.

(Length: 1:02:32)
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Benefits of a Positive ECSE Partnership

Benefits of a Positive ECSE Partnership

We wrap up the series with Kiley Hendrick, ECSE Teacher, St. Paul Public Schools, and Jackie Johnson, CICC Coach by discussing what is helpful in the ECSE-child care partnership and what are some possible roadblocks to success? 

(Length: 21:39)
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Special Education and Early Childhood Educators Partnership Success

Special Education and Early Childhood Educators Partnership Success

Kiley Hendrick, ECSE Teacher, St. Paul Public Schools, and Jackie Johnson, CICC Coach join us for part two to discuss key components of success in the partnership between child care and ECSE.

(Length: 18:30)