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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Six Acquired Strengths for Children’s Mental Health: Self Regulation and Affiliation (Part 2)

Six Acquired Strengths for Children’s Mental Health: Self Regulation and Affiliation (Part 2)

In Part 2 of Dr. Perry’s Six Acquired Strengths, we will discuss the importance of self regulation in preschoolers and its impact on social skill development. These two emotional milestones are essential to a young child’s learning and success now and later in life. You can do much to enhance their mastery of these ‘strengths’!

(Length: 11:37)
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Six Acquired Strengths for Children’s Mental Health: Attachment (Part 1)

Six Acquired Strengths for Children’s Mental Health: Attachment (Part 1)

In this podcast, Cindy Croft and Priscilla Weigel will discuss children’s mental health and Dr. Bruce Perry’s Six Acquired Strengths for emotional development in young children. We begin the discussion with attachment as the foundation for a child’s positive mental health. Listen to discover ways that early educators can build the responsive relationship by tuning in to children.

(Length: 8:28)
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Creativity: Looking for Children’s Cues

Creativity: Looking for Children’s Cues

In this podcast, Priscilla Weigel and Cindy Croft will discuss children who can present challenges to us by their engagement. Some children are eager to participate in activities and others may need social prompting and encouragement in order to join in the fun. Children show creativity in many ways that can differ from our ideas; we need to read their cues to see when they need some help and when we need to follow their lead!

(Length: 14:33)
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27. Busy Bodies: 2-3 Years

27. Busy Bodies: 2-3 Years

In our podcast, we will discuss the joys and challenges of caring for 2 and 3 year olds. Often, what is developmentally appropriate behavior for young children is also what can be most frustrating in our work! Listen to hear some ideas for reframing the way we see typical 2 and 3 year-old interactions.

(Length: 13:23)
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9. I’m Mad, I’m Sad: Helping Children with an Emotional Vocabulary

9. I’m Mad, I’m Sad: Helping Children with an Emotional Vocabulary

Children are often told to ‘use their words’ but in order to do so, they need to have the words that go with their feelings. There are many ways that the early educators can enhance a child’s emotional literacy through books, modeling, and other tools to help children learn to communicate with peers in ways that avoid aggression and promote friendships!

(Length: 11:42)
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8. Challenging Behavior, Putting the Pause Button Between Impulse and Action

8. 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)