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Partnerships with the Families of Infants and Toddlers - Shared screen with speaker view
Annabelle Knight
45:06
I’m here because I’d like to grow my knowledge and skills related to working with families
Liane Rousseau
45:17
how to help families deal with challenging behaviors or give them tips to deal with issues they have with Infant/Toddlers
Donna Kilgour
45:27
Answering Parents questions when they do not really want the answer to their question. When I answer their question honestly, they get really angry with me.
tammy widger
45:28
learning about children behaviors and learning ways to help them.
Hayden Harden
45:43
I do not have children yet, and so I want to know how to best connect with parents and make them feel the most comfortable having their children with us during the day
Kim Kosow
45:51
Always interested in effective and meaningful communication with our families.
Robin Jurta
46:22
Continue to educate myself on how to get the message out and better educate others as well
Bobbie Connolly
48:53
Before covid I worked in preschool now I work in infants and toddlers so I want to be my best and knowledable
Meg Atwood
51:08
https://48eb1361-1c4e-4223-93cd-676c4536510e.filesusr.com/ugd/38c037_86fad806cb01491bbe57204c51c3a1d6.pdf
Meg Atwood
51:23
https://fyi.extension.wisc.edu/grandparenting/files/2011/03/B3786-93.pdf
Meg Atwood
51:33
https://48eb1361-1c4e-4223-93cd-676c4536510e.filesusr.com/ugd/38c037_5d074d880a034371bd088287f671c2d5.pdf
Stephanie Therrien
01:10:49
https://ideaboardz.com/for/Deposits/3512022
tammy widger
01:14:59
greet the child and parent in the morning and asked how their night went
Donna Kilgour
01:16:03
know the parents name
Liane Rousseau
01:16:51
always smile and greet parent and child at drop off and then ask th parent how their day (work) was at pick up
Donna Kilgour
01:18:30
I have a cheat sheet on my clip board
Robin Jurta
01:31:07
Your doing a GREAT job!
Annabelle Knight
01:31:10
Overtime, I’ve learned more about how communication styles vary across cultures/families
Hayden Harden
01:31:12
I have always tried to be cognizant of this, but it really brought again to the forefront of my mind how each child’s behavior comes from somewhere. We cannot just say the child is “bad” or the behavior is “bad” because that is not true. The behavior comes from somewhere and it is important for us as caregivers to try and understand it
Bobbie Connolly
01:31:34
I never really thought of culure as our upbringing I always thhougt it was more race
Donna Kilgour
01:32:52
I would say these people when I went to Penn. where my daughter lived and couldn't understand why she would get any with me. I was just trying to understand why they would do something that was different than I was use to . Know I understand why I was doing this and I will understand not to say it that way
Donna Kilgour
01:33:10
angry
Kim Kosow
01:34:15
How and when certain foods are served and what kinds of foods are appropriate for infants, lots of variation in our infant/toddler classroom.
Stephanie Therrien
01:38:00
How might differing cultural expectations among you and other caregivers and/or parents impact your work with children and their social emotional development?As a caregiver, can you think of any example where you had differing values, beliefs and ideas about how to care for a child
Donna Kilgour
01:38:42
I do not have a microphone and I need to chat
Robin Jurta
01:44:31
I have lost all connection It still looks like I am on but no connection
Donna Kilgour
01:46:02
Hi everyone
Robin Jurta
01:46:50
you planned it LOL
jazmin hernandez
01:50:43
that licensing probably wouldnt allow that
Donna Kilgour
01:50:56
the board is really cool never seen one.
Sally Heinemann-Willey
01:50:56
respecting a family’s belie
tammy widger
01:51:10
family beliefs
Annabelle Knight
01:51:40
I think it makes sense to replicate how a young child is used to sleeping at home at least for a time to adjust to a center routine
Sally Heinemann-Willey
01:52:11
something like using s baby carrier
Robin Jurta
01:53:01
Is that similar to swaddling. Something my daughter did but when I had her never would I have done that. Just like sleeping on belly vs on back (now I am aging myself)
Allison Sullivan
02:16:55
I love when the Dads Play an equal roll in the center.
Donna Kilgour
02:17:06
I Love when dads pu and and share stories from their children.
Robin Jurta
02:17:14
recognizing that it is real(depression) be a good listener as you stated giving dads a feeling of importance
Stephanie Therrien
02:17:50
 http://csefel.vanderbilt.edu/resources/inftodd/mod1/1.20.pdf
Hayden Harden
02:17:52
I have many sets of parents who are not together, and I really try hard to treat both parents equally to break that male female stereotype in parenting
Liane Rousseau
02:18:32
I like to figure out which Dads can possibly help out in the classroom, like maybe fix gates or hang shelves.
Robin Jurta
02:18:34
Always good to think about if it were you how would you like to be treated I always want to treat as I would like to be treated
Stephanie Therrien
02:18:38
 http://csefel.vanderbilt.edu/resources/inftodd/mod1/1.20.pdf
Stephanie Therrien
02:20:09
https://48eb1361-1c4e-4223-93cd-676c4536510e.filesusr.com/ugd/38c037_86fad806cb01491bbe57204c51c3a1d6.pdf
Bobbie Connolly
02:23:06
we make a collage that we keep on the shelf that the kids can carry around when they want it
Robin Jurta
02:24:33
THANK YOU VERY MUCH STEPHANIE YOU REALLY DID FABULOUS !!!
Liane Rousseau
02:24:51
the collaboratives, are they specific to the pyramid model with infants and toddlers
Stephanie Therrien
02:24:54
THANK YOU ROBIN!! GREAT TO SEE YOU!! LOL!