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.

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2. The Emotional Environment

2. The Emotional Environment

Podcast on "The Emotional Environment&": Inclusion specialist Priscilla Weigel speaks with Cindy Croft about the impact of the "emotional" environment on children s behavior. Setting up the environment for children s success is a key piece for all early childhood or school-age practitioners to consider

(Length: 9:50)
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12. The Importance of Planned Transitions (Part one)

12. The Importance of Planned Transitions (Part one)

Transitions—they can often make or break the day! Planning for the transitions that are a necessary part of the day is key to helping children be successful and for avoiding challenges that might derail that success. But what do planned transitions look like? Listen as expert Priscilla Weigel discusses some tips on charting success.

(Length: 8:16)
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13. Strategies for Successful Transitions (Part two)

13. Strategies for Successful Transitions (Part two)

In Part Two of our discussion on transitions, we will look at some specific strategies for making your transitions more successful. Included in this podcast will be activities to involve children and staff before and during transitions in order to avoid pitfalls around challenging behaviors.

(Length: 9:38)
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18. Who’s in Control and Why Does it Matter?

18. Who’s in Control and Why Does it Matter?

In this podcast, Cindy Croft and Priscilla Weigel discuss the struggle that can sometimes arise between the early educator and a child in finding the balance between limit setting and power struggle. Some children can literally ‘run’ the program—how does this happen and how does the staff regain control? Priscilla shares some real life examples that can help shift the balance again.

(Length: 14:08)
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17. Play: Helping Children Who are Ignored or Rejected by Peers (Part Four)

17. Play: Helping Children Who are Ignored or Rejected by Peers (Part Four)

In this concluding podcast on play concerns, we will look at some of the reasons a child might be ‘forgotten’ by his peers or even rebuffed when trying to join in play. Inclusion consultant Priscilla Weigel will share tools for the early educator to help the group include one another and build an atmosphere of acceptance.

(Length: 12:03)
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16. Play: Helping Children Who Seem Anxious or Distracted (Part Three)

16. Play: Helping Children Who Seem Anxious or Distracted (Part Three)

Do you have children in your program who are reluctant to join others in play, or perhaps aren’t invited to join in because they seem too aloof? All children need one another to learn social competencies and to graduate to more complex social skills. So what can be done? We will discuss some scenarios for why a child might have these play issues and some strategies for easing anxiety and helping children connect with one another.

(Length: 12:19)