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Using Visual Supports in Early Childhood Programs: Part Two In part 2 of this series on effective use of  visual supports in the child care setting, Cindy Croft and Priscilla Weigel share simple ways to develop and use visual supports for infants and toddlers. They discuss the way these tools support language and learning for our youngest children.   Podcast
Using Visual Supports with Toddlers and Infants at Home Visual supports can be inexpensive to make and are applicable to many different daily activities, routines, and environments. This document from Arizona State University takes visual supports that have been used successfully in childcare centers and preschools and shows how they can be used in the home with younger children. Document
Vaccine Information Sheet This information sheet provides an overview of immunizations provided to children and offers answers to questions about vaccines that parents may have, including vaccine relation to autism. Document
Vaccine Information Statements Vaccine Information Statements (VISs) are information sheets produced by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Website
Vaccines for Your Children: Protect Your Child at Every Age Vaccination is one of the best ways parents can protect infants, children, and teens from 16 potentially harmful diseases. Vaccine-preventable diseases can be very serious, may require hospitalization, or even be deadly — especially in infants and young children. Website
Valuing Diversity: Developing a Deeper Understanding of All Young Children's Behavior Here is an article written by Barbara Kaiser and Judy Rasminsky for Teaching Young Children magazine, "Everything we think, say, and do is processed through our own cultural backgrounds. But because culture is absorbed and passed down from generation to generation rather than explicitly taught, we’re seldom aware of it. Culture shapes not only our values and beliefs, but also our gender roles, family structures, languages, dress, food, etiquette, approaches to disabilities, child-rearing practices, and even our expectations for children’s behavior. In this way, culture creates diversity." Document
Video-Enhanced Modules on Interventions for Toddlers with Autism New, free Video-Enhanced Modules on Interventions for Toddlers with Autism have been added to the collection of modules being developed by the Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) Toddler Initiative at the Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute (FPG). The focused intervention practices highlighted in these learning modules were identified from a review of the research literature conducted by staff of the National Professional Development Center on Autism Spectrum Disorder (NPDC on ASD) in 2013-2014. They were found to be efficacious for use with toddlers as well as with other age groups of children with ASD. Website
Video: Effective Exchange Video exchange of provider and parent--sharing concerns
Video: Suspension is an adult behavior TEDx talk by Rosemary Allen This video serves as a great introduction to suspension and expulsion. It provides insight into the core issues and helps you think about strategies to address the problem. Website
Virtual Lab School Created by experts at The Ohio State University, the Virtual Lab School (VLS) addresses a critical need for an easy to navigate online professional development and resource system that empowers professionals to build their knowledge and skills around research-based practices in child care and youth development. Supported by an extensive repository of professional development videos, research-based content, and relevant, interactive learning materials, the VLS simulates the enriching learning experiences found in university lab school settings. Website