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

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)
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Strategies for Successful Transitions (Part two)

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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The Importance of Planned Transitions (Part one)

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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Challenging Behavior, Putting the Pause Button Between Impulse and Action

Challenging Behavior, Putting the Pause Button Between Impulse and Action

Often children will struggle with regulating their behaviors and emotions based on a number of factors, including their developmental age. You can help children master this important emotional milestone by giving them the skill sets they need to be successful.

(Length: 10:19)
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Challenging Behavior, Putting the Pause Button Between Impulse and Action

Challenging Behavior, Putting the Pause Button Between Impulse and Action

Many times, aggressiveness in young children is part of their typical development as they navigate through the social network. Helping them with emotional literacy skills and other important self-regulatory behaviors can diminish aggression towards peers as children learn to communicate more effectively.

(Length: 10:55)
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Challenging Behavior, Power-struggles with Young Children

Challenging Behavior, Power-struggles with Young Children

When the early educator gets into a power struggle with a young child, no one wins. We want children to learn independence and gain self-efficacy, yet they must also conform to the structure of our programs and build social relationships with others. Helping children learn to make good choices is an important strategy here.

(Length: 11:37)