Podcast: Inclusion Matters
Inclusion Matters is a podcast produced by CICC. Early childhood experts discuss a wide array of important topics for early childhood professionals.
In part two of the conversation with our guest Dr. Molly Harney we discuss ways that we as caregivers can provide a buffer for young children experiencing stress levels higher than what is healthy for them. Listen as Dr. Harney helps us understand tools and ways to nurture and support to build resilience.(Length: 19:33)
Join host Priscilla Weigel as she talks with guest Dr. Molly Harney about the impact of stress on young children. In part one of this two-part conversation they discuss the three types of stress and some of the signs we may notice when children are in distress due to toxic levels of stress in their lives.(Length: 19:44)
We play a crucial role in supporting a child’s play. Listen as author and CICC Coach Sandy Heidemann joins us for another podcast on the importance of play. She talks about our role as observer and stage manager, expanding on how we can help build play success for children. She also gives us different ways we can be a part of the play. We can use parallel play as a tool, be a co-player, or a play leader or facilitator.
Author and CICC Coach Sandy Heidemann joins us and she shares the ways play supports and enhances a child’s development of language, motor skills, cognitive skills, and social-emotional skills.(Length: 17:26)
Join our guests from MacPhail Center for Music, Early Childhood Music Educators, Jane Tate, and Cari Gregerson as we discuss the developmental pathway of preschoolers and how music can help build skills. Song ideas and other useful activities are shared.(Length: 19:48)
Join our guests from MacPhail Center for Music, Early Childhood Music Educators, Jane Tate, and Cari Gregerson as we discuss the developmental pathway of toddlers and how music can help build skills. Song ideas and other useful activities are shared.