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The National Association for The Education of Young Children and BAM Radio Network have partnered to bring you NAEYC Radio. Rae Pica and Mark Ginsberg host the program that will focus on a different topic each month. The program was developed by early childhood professionals to bring the best and latest insights directly to parents and educators.

The National Association for The Education of Young Children and BAM Radio Network have partnered to bring you NAEYC Radio. Rae Pica and Mark Ginsberg host the program that will focus on a different topic each month. The program was developed by early childhood professionals to bring the best and latest insights directly to parents and educators.
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The National Association for The Education of Young Children and BAM Radio Network have partnered to bring you NAEYC Radio. Rae Pica and Mark Ginsberg host the program that will focus on a different topic each month. The program was developed by early childhood professionals to bring the best and latest insights directly to parents and educators.

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Episodes

ECE Advocacy 101: You're At The Table Or On The Menu

3/9/2013
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There are so many challenges that hinder ECE professionals from successfully advocating for continued support, that many are inclined to simply not participate. However, as one of our guests says, "you're either at the table or on the menu." Fortunately there are new ways to advocate and simple steps that any ECE professional can take to ensure support for the field. Rae Pica with Suzanne Gellens, Executive Director of the Florida AEYC; Aaron Carrara, President and Board Chair of the Texas...

Duration:00:12:25

Early Childhood Education:The Road Ahead

3/5/2012
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Early childhood educators are accustomed to being ignored by policy makes and even the rest of the education profession. Perhaps this will change as a result of The Department of Education's Early Learning Challenge. In this segment we ask education leaders from around the nation to weigh in on what this new program means to the early childhood sector. Rae Pica with Kimberly Tice, Executive Director of the Association for the Education of Young Children (AEYC); Suzanne Gellens, Executive...

Duration:00:13:26

Strategies for Supporting Dual Language Learners

11/3/2011
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The ability to teach dual language learners is becoming increasing important as our demographics shift across the nation. In this segment our guest clarifies misconceptions on the topic and shares practical strategies. Karen Nemeth, Ed.M., founder and lead consultant of Language Castle LLC, is the author of Many Languages, Early Connections: Teaching Infants and Toddlers who are Dual Language Learners. Karen is a writer and consulting editor for NAEYC, and is the Dual Language Learning...

Duration:00:11:22

Who Will Save Kindergarten?

10/3/2011
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Our guest continues to sound the alarm that play in being pushed out of kindergarten to the detriment of the children. In the segment Vivian offers suggestion for pushing back against the system. Vivian Gussin Paley writes and teaches about the world of young children. She is the author of A Child’s Work: The Importance of Fantasy Play. A kindergarten teacher for 37 years, Mrs. Paley brings her storytelling/story acting and discussion techniques to children, teachers, and parents...

Duration:00:10:50

How Federal Policies Affect Early Childhood

3/4/2011
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Federal spending has a profound impact on early childhood programs. With significant budget cuts looming, we talk this month about how early childhood educators can use their voices to impact federal funding of early childhood programs.

Duration:00:12:45

How to Begin Teaching Physics in Early Childhood

1/4/2011
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Is there a place for physics and science in early childhood education? Our guests say the answer is an unequivocal yes and share insights about how to begin to introduce the subject to young children.

Duration:00:10:13

Childhood Obesity: Early Intervention Strategies

9/28/2010
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Early child care providers and early education professionals are well positioned to tackle the child obesity pandemic through early intervention. In this segment our guest identifies strategies and federal programs that can help.

Duration:00:10:34

What Is Developmentally Appropriate Math For Very Young Children?

9/2/2010
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The question of teaching math to very young children sits right in the middle of the early academics debate. Our guest says that early math is critical to academic success and provides some guidance on what is appropriate and what is not.

Duration:00:12:08

Building Relationships with Challenging Children

7/3/2010
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This segment is about that "special child" in your class. They don't do what you want them to do, they do what you don't want them to do and you don't know what to do about it. In this segment, Dan Gartrell explains why some children seem more challenging than others and provides practical tips for dealing with them.

Duration:00:12:45

Creating Emotionally Literate Schools

6/20/2010
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Marc Brackett argues that emotional literacy is critical to productive teaching environments. Yet bracket asserts that most of us have a deficient emotional vocabulary and no formal way to learn or develop emotional literacy. Brackett explains how we can remedy this short coming.

Duration:00:11:22

Changing of the Guard

5/20/2010
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Jerlean Daniel, Ph.D. has been promoted to Executive Director Designate of the Association. Daniel will replace outgoing Executive Director, Mark R. Ginsberg, Ph.D. on July 1, 2010. They both joined us to reflect on the past and to look ahead to the future of NAEYC.

Duration:00:11:38

Curtailing High Turn Over Among Early Childhood Educators

3/1/2010
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This month we discuss the causes and consequences of high turnover among early childhood educators and more importantly what can be done to retain staff. Holly Elissa Bruno shares key insights about why people stay and gives guidance on how to use these insights to hold on to your best people.

Duration:00:10:14

Underpaid Early Childhood Workers: Finding the path to better pay.

2/4/2010
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A teacher in a preschool with a bachelors degree typically earns $10-15k less a year than a kindergarten teacher with similar preparations. IThis segment discuss new insights and developments that may drive increased salaries for early childhood workers and identifies some steps individuals can take to secure better pay.

Duration:00:10:11

Creating a Safe Emotional Climate for Children

1/4/2010
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Bullying behavior is a perennial challenge for educators. Bullying impacts the bully, the bullied and the community. In this segment Jean Schreiber talks about how to help address bullying by teaching assertiveness and offers specific strategies for creating safer learning environments for children.

Duration:00:12:31

Can Digital Media Enhance Learning?

12/4/2009
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Computers, Internet, television, Twitter, iPods, can these technologies really enhance early childhood learning? In the NAEYC Radio segment , the Corporation for Public Broadcasting challenges some conventional wisdom with the use of digital media in their "Ready to Learn" program. Learn more...

Duration:00:07:43

How to Better Serve All Children

11/2/2009
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Luis A. Hernandez has spent a career working on the fundamentals of developing happy, joyful children who grow up to be lifelong learners and good citizens . Hernandez talks about how to connect Developmentally Appropriate Practice to some of the real challenges teachers face.

Duration:00:10:19

Where Are All of The Men?

10/8/2009
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Bryan Nelson says there are several reasons why there are so few men in early childhood education. Bryan explains why the lack of males is a significant problem and details a number things we can do to attract and keep more men to the field.

Duration:00:11:50

Why Educators Are Losing Boys, How to Get Them Back

10/2/2009
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In this fascinating discussion, Larry Griffin asserts that the number of boys who are unmotivated and underachieving is growing. He has identified five reasons why educators and society are failing to successfully launch boys and why increasing numbers of boys are simply being lost. Larry goes on to offer his insights on what educators can do to get them back on course.

Duration:00:11:30

Translating Research Into Awareness & Action for Parents

9/3/2009
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Ellen Galinsky shares insights and lessons from her ground breaking work aimed at helping parents better understand and apply relevant research in their own parenting scenarios. The program will help teachers work more effectively with parents.

Duration:00:09:59

Are We Playing It too Safe?

8/20/2009
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Dr. Joe Frost asserts that the anxiety of adults, safety standards, law suits and cyber-play are all leading to the demise of play and playgrounds. Frosts says that the impact on children is far reaching and offers solutions.

Duration:00:10:45