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Toddler Series, Cognitive Development
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directed by Mike Poglitsch; produced by Kathleen O. Ryan, in Toddler Series (Chicago, IL: Learning Seed, 2009), 26 mins
Cognitive and language abilities develop significantly during a child's second and third year of life. At ages one and two, symbolic thinking and pretend play help deepen children's understanding of the world around them. Memory and information processing can develop rapidly through the use of repetition. Toddlers...
directed by Mike Poglitsch; produced by Kathleen O. Ryan, in Toddler Series (Chicago, IL: Learning Seed, 2009), 26 mins
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Infants: Cognitive Development
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produced by Tracy Ullman, 1959- and Kathleen O. Ryan, Learning Seed (Chicago, IL: Learning Seed, 2010), 28 mins
Infants’ brains are actively developing with everything they experience. Examine how newborns fit into the sensorimotor stage - tracing cognitive development from simple reflexes to beginnings of thought. Explore infant intelligence, information processing and memory. See the progression of infant communication...
produced by Tracy Ullman, 1959- and Kathleen O. Ryan, Learning Seed (Chicago, IL: Learning Seed, 2010), 28 mins
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Middle Childhood, Social and Emotional Development
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directed by Mike Poglitsch; produced by Kathleen O. Ryan, in Middle Childhood (Chicago, IL: Learning Seed, 2008), 24 mins
Between ages 6 and 12, children develop many of the social skills they'll use through adulthood. They form self-concepts and self-esteem, build new kinds of relationships, and begin to regulate more of their own behavior. This program presents educator insights and observations, pertinent vocabulary, statistics,...
directed by Mike Poglitsch; produced by Kathleen O. Ryan, in Middle Childhood (Chicago, IL: Learning Seed, 2008), 24 mins
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Attachment Relationships: Nurturing Healthy Bonds
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produced by Tracy Ullman, 1959- and Kathleen O. Ryan, Learning Seed (Chicago, IL: Learning Seed, 2010), 29 mins
Attachment is the ability to form and maintain healthy relationships. Follow the journey from prenatal bonding to a baby’s phases of attachment from birth to age two. Study founding theorists John Bowlby and Mary Ainsworth, and see examples of how parents and caregivers can foster healthy attachment relationship...
produced by Tracy Ullman, 1959- and Kathleen O. Ryan, Learning Seed (Chicago, IL: Learning Seed, 2010), 29 mins
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Guiding Behavior In Young Children: Expert Approaches for Caregivers and Parents
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directed by Risé Sanders-Weir, Kevin McCarthy, 1914-2010 and Kathleen O. Ryan; produced by Kari Dean McCarthy (Chicago, IL: Learning Seed, 2011), 30 mins
Despite their best moments, toddlers and preschoolers often behave in ways that frustrate their parents and caregivers, and even endanger their own safety. They are not intentionally being 'bad', but how can we guide them in a positive way? Learn why misbehavior occurs, common reactions by caregivers, ways to stop...
directed by Risé Sanders-Weir, Kevin McCarthy, 1914-2010 and Kathleen O. Ryan; produced by Kari Dean McCarthy (Chicago, IL: Learning Seed, 2011), 30 mins
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Middle Childhood, Cognitive and Language Development
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directed by Mike Poglitsch; produced by Kathleen O. Ryan, in Middle Childhood (Chicago, IL: Learning Seed, 2008), 20 mins
Between ages 6 and 12, children's minds expand in knowledge and understanding as their thinking becomes more logical and organized. They develop concrete operational thinking, and make substantial advancements in language development. This program presents educator insights and observations, pertinent vocabulary,...
directed by Mike Poglitsch; produced by Kathleen O. Ryan, in Middle Childhood (Chicago, IL: Learning Seed, 2008), 20 mins
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Middle Childhood, Physical Growth & Development
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directed by Mike Poglitsch; produced by Kathleen O. Ryan, in Middle Childhood (Chicago, IL: Learning Seed, 2008), 22 mins
Between ages 6 and 12, children's bodies grow and mature in significant ways. They gain body awareness and develop new gross and fine motor skills. This is also a pivotal stage where injury, illness, and the increase of childhood obesity are common. This detailed, well-organized program presents educator insights...
directed by Mike Poglitsch; produced by Kathleen O. Ryan, in Middle Childhood (Chicago, IL: Learning Seed, 2008), 22 mins
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Piaget's Characteristics of Preoperational Thought
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produced by Kathleen O. Ryan; in Cognitive Development, Preschoolers Series (Chicago, IL: Learning Seed, 2008), 7 mins
Piaget sighted five characteristics that differentiate a preschooler’s thinking from that of an adult, as well as from other children who are in the concrete operational stage. They are perception-based thinking, unidimensional thought, irreversibility, transductive reasoning and egocentrism.
produced by Kathleen O. Ryan; in Cognitive Development, Preschoolers Series (Chicago, IL: Learning Seed, 2008), 7 mins
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Toddlers (Overview)
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directed by Mike Poglitsch; produced by Kathleen O. Ryan (Chicago, IL: Learning Seed, 2011), 36 mins
ToddlersToddlers are constantly busy learning new skills as their bodies grow and become more coordinated. They begin to communicate and connect with others as well as manage their feelings.This program looks at each aspect of a toddler's development including physical, cognitive, social and emotional milestones....
directed by Mike Poglitsch; produced by Kathleen O. Ryan (Chicago, IL: Learning Seed, 2011), 36 mins
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Your Toddler: A Parent's Guide
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produced by Tracy Ullman, 1959- and Kathleen O. Ryan, Learning Seed (Chicago, IL: Learning Seed, 2003), 22 mins
One-year olds sleep a lot. In their "spare time" they figure out how to use over six hundred muscles and embrace the scary task of becoming an individual. Physical, mental, emotional and social development intertwine as toddlers in their second year of life learn to move, think and speak in new ways. Watch our...
produced by Tracy Ullman, 1959- and Kathleen O. Ryan, Learning Seed (Chicago, IL: Learning Seed, 2003), 22 mins
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