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The Early Learning Podcast

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Calling all early childhood educators, including parents! Are you looking for professional development about early learning? Subscribe to the Early Learning Podcast for education inspiration on the go.

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Calling all early childhood educators, including parents! Are you looking for professional development about early learning? Subscribe to the Early Learning Podcast for education inspiration on the go.

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The Early Learning Podcast

Updated 8 months ago

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Calling all early childhood educators, including parents! Are you looking for professional development about early learning? Subscribe to the Early Learning Podcast for education inspiration on the go.

Rank #1: The crucial dyad relationship for infants | Nathan Wallis

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One-on-one relationships are a crucial part of every child's development, especially in the first three years. Thought-leader Nathan Wallis sat down with us to discuss this important topic in detail.

May 24 2017
8 mins
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Rank #2: Imagine a classroom without walls | Dr Anne Meade

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Forest schools are gaining huge popularity all around the world. What can the equivalent look like in New Zealand? We joined Dr Anne Meade on one of the weekly "Nature Explore" outings that take place at her learning service "Daisies". She shared some valuable tips and insights that may help you take the leap and develop your own nature programmes in your community.

Feb 21 2017
7 mins
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Rank #3: Being a teacher and a parent | Nikki Wilson

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For many educators, teaching and working with your own children has its own rewards and challenges. We caught up with Nikki Wilson who offers some great tips that she has used working with her own children. www.storypark.com

Jan 24 2017
8 mins
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Rank #4: Children and technology | Dr Joanne Orlando

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The use of technology by children has changed rapidly in a short period of time. Many children as young as 3 years own their own devices, which has huge implications for how we educate children now. Listen to this interview with researcher Dr Joanne Orlando about how children are using technology, and how we can build on this in an early learning setting.

Jan 08 2017
10 mins
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Rank #5: Teaching young children about their emotions | Dr. Kaylene Henderson

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How do you help children identify and manage their feelings? Dr Kaylene Henderson is a Child Psychiatrist who is passionate about sharing research based education with both parents and educators. For this Mat Time episode we were fortunate enough to have her share some of this research with us! Dr Henderson runs a series of practical online courses suitable for parents and educators, to find out more visit: http://drkaylenehenderson.com/online-courses/ Website: http://www.drkaylenehenderson.com Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/drkaylenehenderson/ "I Can See My Feelings" FREE eBook: http://drkaylenehenderson.com/wp-content/uploads/I-Can-See-My-Feelings-Picture-Book.pdf Watch this and other interviews on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUFZpFjEVDNnzGMxJ17ZHtQ?sub_confirmation=1 Thanks for listening! Storypark https://storypark.com

Oct 17 2016
9 mins
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Rank #6: Shyness in Early Childhood | Dr. Robert Coplan

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Developmental psychologist Dr Robert Coplan from Carleton University in Ottawa, discusses shyness in early childhood. What is shyness, and what are some strategies for supporting shy children? Thanks for listening! Storypark https://storypark.com

Oct 11 2016
12 mins
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Rank #7: The power of words | Teaching inspiration from the voice of Blinky Bill

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"You can give children a life-sentence that is empowering, or a life-sentence that is disempowering." We talked to Robyn Moore, who created the voice of the iconic Australian cartoon character, Blinky Bill, about the power of words.

Oct 04 2016
12 mins
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Rank #8: Child Forum lecture: The role of men in teaching | Dr. David Brody

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"A kindergarten can be a hostile place for a man to work..." Hear Dr David Brody, a Lecturer, Author, Academic Dean and Head of Early Childhood at Efrata College in Israel about men who teach young children. From discussing gender territory stigmas to how to support male teachers, this is a must hear! Many thanks to our friends at www.childforum.com

Sep 29 2016
1 hour 28 mins
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Rank #9: Yoga and Mindfulness for children | Nicolette Gibson

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Yoga and mindfulness are so valuable for both children and adults alike, especially children who have experienced trauma. We caught up with Nicky, who has taught yoga to refugee children in refugee camps in Greece. She offers some great tips for how to introduce yoga and mindfulness to young children.

Sep 28 2016
10 mins
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Rank #10: 21st century parents | Dr. Bradley Hannigan

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Dr. Bradley Hannigan reads us a social commentary covering technological change, individualisation, and 21st century parents.

Aug 10 2016
38 mins
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