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Infant-Toddler Specialist Network - Shared screen with speaker view
Cindy Horwitz
19:22
Thanks for having us!
Stephanie Barnes
19:27
Hello from ELC of Florida's Gateway!
Kimberley Smith
19:39
Kimberley Smith ELC St. Lucie
Jessica Staudt
19:59
Jessica Staudt ELCIRMO
Kim Kohler
19:59
Kim Kohler- ELC Brevard
Maria Gutierrez
20:00
Hi , Maria Gutierrez ELC of Palm Beach
Tina Trivers
20:04
Tina Trivers ELC of Manatee
Tanya White
20:07
Hello from ELC Florida's Gateway!
Tonya Schadle
20:19
Tonya Schadle - ELC of Seminole
August Kummerfeldt
20:27
Hi everyone... ELC Orange County
Pat Hickman
20:30
Hello from Okeechobee ELCIRMO
Amanda Griffis
20:32
Amanda Griffis ECS/ELC of NFL
lori butler
20:35
Lori Butler-ELC Seminole
Regina Kollar
20:35
Gina Kollar ELC of Pasco Hernando
Lizette Melendez
20:45
Lizette Melendez ELC Broward
Stephanie Bosso
20:50
Stephanie Bosso ELC Escambia, Pensacola
Debbie Horst
20:50
Debbie Horst- ELC Polk
Tammy Giest
20:59
Tammy Giest ELC Brevard
Michelle Mock
21:03
Michelle Mock- Santa Rosa
Marie Isenberger
21:05
Marie Isenberger -ELC Emerald Coast
Kathy Cestaro
21:16
Kathy Cestaro/Sarasota
Jaime Holevas
21:20
Jaime Holevas -Pinellas County!
Nancy Walsh
21:21
Nancy Walsh - Flagler Volusia. Hi everyone!
Kelsey Burgess
21:21
Kelsey Burgess ELCFV
Robyn Farias
21:28
Hello from ELC St Lucie
sharyn harris
21:40
Sharyn Harris ELC of SWFL
Melinda Tew-Cantrell
21:48
Melinda Tew-Cantrell ELC Polk
Office of Early Learning
21:54
The handout is in the chat.
Ashley Hunter
21:54
Hello from Northwest Florida!
Theon Salley
22:01
Theon Salley - ELC of Hillsborough - Good afternoon everyone.
Bronwyn Gogia
22:06
Bronwyn Gogia, Southwest Florida
Office of Early Learning
22:07
Thanks for joining us everyone!
Kathy Cestaro
25:54
as soon as possible! Early Intervention is key
Stephanie Barnes
25:57
Refer to FDLRS?
Debbie Kay
26:05
when not meeting milestones
Liliana Mejia
26:14
more than 6 months of delay
Nancy Walsh
26:51
It's important to give the teacher some time to implement and the child to respond to secondary prevention strategies before referring
Lisa Diggs
26:58
Not making eye contact, making baby sounds etc
Kimberley Smith
27:19
When parent is concerned.
Stephanie Bosso
28:47
coworkers and supervisor
Kelly Duhon
29:11
colleagues supervisor, trainers and coaches
Kimberley Smith
29:23
CARD, Helping People Succeed, Lisette Levy
Lisa Diggs
29:29
mental health team
Kelsey Burgess
29:54
we have a support team made up of family advocates, parent training coordinator and help me grow specialist, we support eachother
Cindy Horwitz
30:23
Yes. We do need to support each other.
Nancy Mitta
30:40
Nancy Mitta NW Florida
Lisette Levy Tacher
32:50
You all have Monique's and my support!
Lisa Diggs
34:36
Child didn't want to engage in the activity at the table
Kelsey Burgess
34:37
mixed ages and different activities going on all around
Holly Wilcher
34:39
lots of communication from young children!
Penney Norton
34:52
I didn't understand why a child was in a high chair when he didn't appear to be eating..
Nancy Walsh
35:05
Boy at the end of table was not showing any relationship with the rest of the kids or teacher
Lisa Diggs
35:15
Child wanted to leave but was brought back to the table against his will and no choice was given to him
Pat Hickman
35:27
How many times did the teacher repeat on your bottom on your bottom
Kelly Duhon
35:29
lack of proximity from the teacher to the activity
Robyn Farias
35:29
Teacher language on your bottom on your bottom
Liliana Mejia
35:53
Teacher was not aware of all children cues and signs just one
Lisette Levy Tacher
35:53
I felt anxious
Office of Early Learning
35:55
Teacher seems to need support.
Lisa Diggs
36:03
touching him without letting him know what was about to happen
Nancy Walsh
36:06
Teacher engaged in classroom management, maybe attendance?
Lisa Diggs
36:37
she wanted what she wanted not what the child wanted no regard for his will
Office of Early Learning
38:06
Handout in chat.
Debbie Kay
38:17
what was the child's behavior communicating? Teacher wasn't connected to his nees
Debbie Kay
38:20
needs
Holly Wilcher
40:27
Yes, @debbie!
Office of Early Learning
46:14
Dr. Brazelton always talked about "what am I bringing to this interaction?"
Nancy Walsh
46:44
I hadn't thought much about the way appearance impacts what we expect from a child.
Holly Wilcher
50:30
I think about the incredible herculian task of any adult to responsively care for the needs of this many children at one time...
Stephanie Barnes
50:37
Thank you for the replay! Going back to CLASS, lack of regard...
Lisa Diggs
50:39
The teacher had n regard to student perspective. The child wanted to get away from the dinosaur play.
Kelly Duhon
50:40
open concept center, mixed age group, teacher was doing paperwork rather than being present in the class
Stephanie Bosso
50:58
agree
Holly Wilcher
51:10
I wonder if she is burned out? tired? Does she have enough support?
Pat Hickman
51:15
I hadn't seen what the child who ran from the teacher what was he interested in over there? The teacher really has her hands full.
Maria Gutierrez
51:23
children are not enjoying an activity
Regina Kollar
52:41
I agree with the people who have stated what appears to be a lack of attachment between teacher and children
Maria Schrack
52:51
She wasn't engaged, she was doing paperwork, she didn't connect with the child to get down on his level & talk to him & let him know he needed to come to the table. She just grabbed his arm & took him to the table.
Lisa Diggs
54:45
He seemed to be escaping from that activity
Kimberley Smith
55:05
why does he need to be at the table?
Stephanie Barnes
55:10
Nancy, yes. It can be hard at times to give recommendations to teachers in a way that keeps guards down and open discussion.
Lisa Diggs
55:21
I think if she was connecting with the children instead of doing paperwork
Kimberley Smith
55:47
Why did the other boys not react to the child's screaming?
Office of Early Learning
56:13
And who knows what later might look like too . . . it might be completely different.
Nancy Walsh
01:00:17
Seems to be a correlation between CLASS and these ratings
Nancy Walsh
01:01:50
Important to consider using the same snap shots/criteria when looking at parent child relationship.
Office of Early Learning
01:02:58
definitely
Regina Kollar
01:09:07
Excellent information. Thank you for sharing.
Stephanie Barnes
01:10:38
Thank you for sharing. I am curious to know your point of view on masks affecting young children's social-emotional health? I just saw a news report on it this morning...
Lizette Melendez
01:11:20
Thank you! great information....:-)
Cindy Horwitz
01:11:56
Great question Stephanie. We’ll do our best to answer this question next. You can also check out FAIMH’s website and look for clear masks
Stephanie Bosso
01:12:01
Many thanks!
Lisa Diggs
01:13:07
That is so true!!!
Lisa Diggs
01:15:11
And children know the difference between real and fake
Cindy Horwitz
01:15:44
https://www.faimh.org/faeresources
Holly Wilcher
01:16:27
THis is AMAZING!
Office of Early Learning
01:16:41
😁
Debbie Kay
01:16:49
great resources! Thank you!
Tammy Giest
01:16:56
Thank you
Kelly Duhon
01:17:25
thanks for the resources!
Holly Wilcher
01:17:29
Thank you. Faces are so important to babies and toddlers.
Lisa Diggs
01:17:42
Thank you for the resources
Holly Wilcher
01:17:51
all of us, really. :) appreciate this important conversation and the resources. :)
Tonya Schadle
01:17:57
Thank you all so much! Great information!
Tonya Schadle
01:18:00
have a great week
lori butler
01:18:02
Thank You