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[Webinar] Embracing a New-Normal in Early Childhood Education (ECE) and Parenting (11June10am BKK)

Embracing a New-Normal in Early Childhood Education (ECE) and Parenting

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11 June 2020, 1000-1200 hrs (GMT+7)


Baby and Toddler Milestones, Dr. Lisa Shulman – In this public service video for parents, Lisa Shulman, M.D., uses video of babies and toddlers to show the communication milestones expected in typically developing children. She also discusses what parents should do if they suspect their child is developmentally delayed. Dr. Shulman is associate professor of clinical pediatrics at Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University and an attending physician in pediatrics at The Children’s Hospital at Montefiore. She is also director of the RELATE program for the diagnosis and treatment of autism and related disorders at Einstein. Visit RELATE.


Parent Involvement In Early Childhood Education

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The Four Cs of Parenting

These are my FOUR Cs of Parenting that I first published in my Advanced Techniques for Counseling and Psychotherapy textbook back in 2009 – however, you can also read more about them in my book, Zen Parent, Zen Child.

Kaia is the most kind, peaceful person I have ever met, and I am honored to be her father (and I LOVE when she’s in my videos – so THANK YOU Kaia!).

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Dr Sue Gerhardt – Parenting & Early Child Development

A talk given by Dr Sue Gerhardt at the Play Therapy World Congress in 2010 on the importance of good parenting in early child development.


Triple P: Positive Parenting Program — Early childhood development for your child


How do early parenting practices affect attachment?

Does it matter if I use formula instead of breastfeeding? How does sleep training affect attachment? Will putting my child in childcare hurt their relationship with me? How does screen time affect my child’s development?

There are a lot of questions I get about parenting philosophies – here I tackle what science says about a few of them.

Barriers to Breastfeeding in the US:
Media and Young Minds: Sleep
Serve and Return Relationships:

American Academy of Pediatrics Recommendations:

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For parents looking for reasons of why children should read, we’ve compiled a list below, in no particular order.

✓1. Reading expands a child’s vocabulary.

✓2.The act of reading works as an exercise to improve reading fluency and comprehension.

✓3. You can’t comprehend what you can’t read.

✓4. Early reading skills directly relates to a child’s future academic success.

✓5. The more you read, the better you are at it. This is a simple fact.

✓6. This is described by the Matthew Effect of reading where early success in reading leads to increased success later on, and conversely, children who are poor readers will have difficulty catching up, and some never do.

✓7. Reading early helps build independence and self confidence.

✓8. It opens up a whole new world of understanding and comprehension of the world around the child when the child is able to read.

✓9. It helps children make more sense of the world around them.

✓10. For safety! Early reading allows children to read and understand important labels and warning signs – such as “poison”, “stop”, “beware of dogs”, “danger”, and so on.

✓11. It increases your knowledge. The more your read, the more you know.

✓12. It takes you to places you’ve never been to before, and it enhances your imagination.

✓13. You learn about things, places, history, science, ideas, and so much more that you otherwise would not through reading.

✓14. Reading is a form of entertainment! It is fun! Would you rather sit your child in front of the idiot box or have your child read a fulfilling book? Rhetorical question.

✓15. Reading makes your child smarter, literally! That’s a fact stated by researchers Cunningham and Stannovich in their report titled What Reading Does for the Mind. In their research, they also stated that reading not only increases your intelligence, it can even "help children compensate for modest levels of cognitive ability.”

✓16. Reading to and with your children is one of the most rewarding bonding times for a family.

✓17. Reading helps you relax, and it is free!

✓18. Reading more helps you improve your writing skills.

✓19. it teaches you about grammar, sentence structures, and enhances your communication skills.

✓20. Books broaden your outlook and your horizons.

Imagine you and your child a few weeks, months, or even years from now… Will your child still struggle to read, and will you still be frustrated and disappointed that your child have not learned to read or cannot read properly? Will your child end up being one of the 67% of all grade 4 children who cannot read proficiently? Or…

Are you a proud parent of a happy, confident, smart child that learned to read early on and have developed superior reading and literacy skills that will benefit them for a life time? The choice is yours, but the future belongs to your child…

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Children that learn to read early learn to love reading early on. I’ve found that all my older children just can’t resist reading books that are in front of them, and the younger ones who can’t read yet always emulate them by pretending to sound out and “read” the books.

Children Learning Reading is a simple, step-by-step program that will help parents teach their children to read in just 12 weeks. Children as young as 2 or 3 to 7 years old can learn to read using this effective program.

If you’ve had enough of all the other hyped “quick fix programs” that promise easy results – programs that sit your baby, your toddler or your child in front of the TV and computer for hours upon hours, that have failed you and your child in the past, and you are ready to teach your child to read the RIGHT way, then this is the honest and truly effective learning to read solution you’ve been searching for.

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