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The Early Childhood Research Podcast

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Rank #13 in Education for Kids category

Education
Kids & Family
Education for Kids
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Helping young children grow!

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Helping young children grow!

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Excellent research-based resource for early childhood.

By Lizbeth_E - Aug 15 2019
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Topics of conversation are engaging and have rebuttal resources to follow! Such a great source!

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By Texas74 - May 17 2018
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Can you post a link to the web cite? It’s hard to find. Thank you .

iTunes Ratings

60 Ratings
Average Ratings
47
8
3
1
1

Excellent research-based resource for early childhood.

By Lizbeth_E - Aug 15 2019
Read more
Topics of conversation are engaging and have rebuttal resources to follow! Such a great source!

Web site

By Texas74 - May 17 2018
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Can you post a link to the web cite? It’s hard to find. Thank you .
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The Early Childhood Research Podcast

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Helping young children grow!

Rank #1: Anger Management: How to Calm an Angry Child #8

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While this anger management post title says it’s about how to calm an angry child, it’s really about how to encourage young children to calm themselves. It’s not a quick and easy method (if there even is such a thing), but it can be highly effective if it’s implemented consistently and if the children are [...]

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Nov 15 2015

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Rank #2: Emergent Writing: Why Children’s Play Choices Affect Learning

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Emergent writing is dependent not only on a child’s exposure to literacy activities from birth, but how they engage with those activities on a day-to-day basis. This podcast discusses the four play ‘types’ that researchers have found fit the majority of children and what this means for their learning. You can listen to this episode above, listen to [...]

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Sep 16 2016

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Rank #3: Developing Pre-Writing Skills: #2

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The process of learning to write is a long one, considering that it’s not just about knowing how to write letters or spell words. Well before children get to that stage there are other skills they need to develop so they’ll be ready. This podcast episode is all about why pre-writing skills are important and [...]

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Sep 20 2015

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Rank #4: 9 Ways to Maximize Your Child’s Working Memory #16

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Is your child super forgetful and can’t seem to follow instructions? They may have a poor working memory. Working memory is extremely important for learning and this post goes through some ways we can help our kids improve their working memories and function more successfully both at home and at school. You can listen to this [...]

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Jul 17 2016

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Rank #5: Is My Classroom Management Approach Ethical? #15

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Classroom management is an essential component of every teacher’s life, and most teachers spend a considerable amount of time trying, refining, adapting and experimenting until they feel they have a handle on it. But is our classroom management style effective for creating a smooth, well-functioning classroom but leaving some of our kids out in the [...]

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Jun 04 2016

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Rank #6: School Readiness for Children, Families, Teachers and Schools #13

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There is more to school readiness than a child being the right age, knowing some numbers and learning to share. School readiness is about our whole community. This post talks about the what families, early care providers, teachers and schools can do to give children the best possible start to ‘big’ school. You can listen [...]

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Apr 10 2016

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Rank #7: How to Communicate Effectively about Childhood Development: #7

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We all have opinions about children and what’s good for them, and our parents and communities have their own beliefs, too. As educators, how do we communicate effectively to families who may have misconceptions about how children learn and grow? This post is all about positive and meaningful communication with families. At the bottom you’ll [...]

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Nov 01 2015

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Rank #8: Loving and Teaching Children with Autism: Part 1 #11

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Do you have a child with autism? Do you teach a child with autism? Listen to this interview for some excellent tips and ideas from this wonderful family! You can listen to this episode above, listen to it on iTunes or Stitcher, or read the transcript below. This post contains one Amazon affiliate link. Education Podcast Network Welcome, it’s [...]

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Mar 06 2016

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Rank #9: My Child is a Late Talker: What Should I Do? #14

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Are you worried that your child is a late talker? That they don’t know as many words as other children their age, or can’t put the words together into a phrase? This post tells you what you can do! You can listen to this episode above, listen to it on iTunes or Stitcher, or read the transcript below. [...]

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May 07 2016

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Rank #10: Is Your Classroom an Academically Safe Environment? #18

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Is your classroom an academically safe learning environment? Do our kids ever feel embarrassed or hesitant over asking questions, or because they’re struggling with a task, or because other children are ‘better’ than they are? This episode focuses on what we can do to help our kids feel as confident and safe as possible. You [...]

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Dec 11 2016

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