To assist with the “See” in the “Know-See-Do-Improve” framework, best practice video clips are available. These can be used with existing or new professional development offerings. The video clips embed footage of infants and toddlers demonstrating a range of skills across the developmental continuum as well as caregiver routines and interactions in support of those skills. In addition, the clips were filmed in diverse settings including homes, family child care programs, and child care and Early Head Start centers. These videos can help bring content to life by offering students a chance to observe a diverse array of professionals caring for and educating infants and toddlers. Use these videos to help exemplify the practices your students are learning about. We are grateful to the University of Cincinnati and its partners who developed these open-source videos through the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Innovation and Improvement Grant #90YD0271.
Infant-Toddler Video Clips
Imaginative Play with Kittens and Babies in a Child Care Center
This video provides footage of a caregiver engaged in imaginative play with a small group if…