Child Care Providers You can earn CEU credits from

You can earn CEU credits from
the comfort of your own home!
Child Care
Providers
You can earn CEU credits for FREE from
the comfort of your own home--by watching
programs on KLRN-TV.
• Go to www.earlyon-sa.org
(click on “Courses”) to
view the schedules and
register
• Tune in to KLRN,
channel 9/cable 10
KLRN-TV
P.O. Box 9
San Antonio, TX 78291-0009
• Turn in your course
work
• Receive your
certificate with CEU
credit
Register online at earlyon-sa.org and then tune in to KLRN-TV, channe
l 9/cable 10 to view these programs!
Series 1 Understanding
Traumatized and
Maltreated Children: The Core
Concepts
Airs May 2007, 7 ½
hour episodes
Schedule of Programs
optimal opportunities for a healing environment.
Episode #7: Violence and Childhood
Children today are bombarded with violence:
violence in the media, gang violence, domestic
violence, abuse, and school violence.
Series 2 - The Six Core Strengths
for Healthy Childhood Development
This seven-part series features Bruce D. Perry, M.D.,
Ph.D., and is hosted by Art
Linkletter. Comprehensive information is presented by Dr. Perry on the
primary problems facing maltreated children and
the dynamic approaches for effective caregiving
for professionals and lay people alike.
Airs June 2007, 7 ½ hour programs
Episode #1: Challenging Our Beliefs
Opportunities for change include better communication, corporate workplace involvement, community involvement, and increasing a maltreated
child’s opportunities for affiliation to promote
healing and hope.
Episode #1: Developing Potential
Teaching children these core strengths gives them
a gift they will use throughout their lifetimes.
Episode #2: The Amazing Human Brain
An understanding of the hierarchical
make-up of the human brain helps
caregivers and professionals to better
diagnose children’s problems and
formulate effective treatment approaches. Adverse affects caused by
neglect, fear, trauma, and violence are
presented.
Episode #3: How the Brain Develops: The
Importance of Early Childhood
Caregivers and professionals learn the various
behaviors and problems of children who missed
these early opportunities, and presents examples
to help in recognition and appropriate treatment
paths.
This seven-part series features Bruce D. Perry,
M.D., Ph.D. Each episode focuses on a key skill
and presents ways to help children acquire that
skill, critical to healthy child development: Attachment, Self- Regulation, Affiliation, Attunement, Tolerance and Respect.
Episode #2: Attachment: The Template for
Future Relationships
Healthy attachments allow a child to love, to
become a good friend, and to have a positive and
useful model for future relationships.
Episode #3: Self-Regulation: The Capacity to Regulate Internally
Developing and maintaining the ability to
notice and control primary urges such as
hunger and sleep—as well as feelings
of frustration, anger, and fear—is a
lifelong process.
Episode #4: Affiliation: Joining In
The capacity to join others and contribute to a
group springs from our ability to form attachments. Affiliation is the glue for healthy human
functioning.
Episode #5: Attunement: Thinking of Others
Awareness is the ability to recognize the needs,
Episode #4: How Poverty of Experience
interests, strengths, and values of others. Infants
Disrupts Development
An absence of stimulation and chaotic stimulation begin life self-absorbed and slowly develop
are both responsible for promoting an absence of awareness - the ability to see beyond themselves
and to sense and categorize the other people in
experience that contributes to disruptive childtheir world.
hood development.
Episode #5: The Fear Response: The Impact of
Childhood Trauma
Caregivers learn to effectively recognize the behaviors and physical reactions of children in the
various stages of “the fear response.”
Episode #6: Living and Working
with Traumatized Children
Recording a child’s progress, identifying
strengths and weaknesses, and respite care for
caregivers all help to promote effective and
Episode #6: Tolerance: Accepting Differences
Tolerance is the capacity to understand and accept
how others are different from you. This can be a
challenge because children tend to affiliate based
on similarities—in age, interests, families, or
cultures.
Episode #7: Respect: Respecting Yourself and
Others
An aware, tolerant child with good affiliation,
attachment, and self-regulation strengths gains
respect naturally. The development of respect is a
lifelong process, yet its roots are in early
childhood.
cultural differences.
Series 3 and Series 4 - The Whole
Child: A Caregiver‛s Guide to the First
Five Years
Episode #11: Creativity and Play
The relationship of creativity to self-worth and
self-expression.
Series 3 airs July 2007 (English), 13 ½ hour
programs
Series 4 airs August 2007 (Spanish),
13 ½ hour programs
This thirteen-part series is based on
the nationally-acclaimed textbook, The
Whole Child: Developmental Education
for the Early Years, by Dr. Joanne Hendrick and
focuses on children’s physical, emotional, social,
creative and cognitive development. The episodes
highlight teaching approaches and interactions
with children from multicultural backgrounds and
of all developmental levels including those with
disabilities and special needs.
Episode #1: It’s the Little Things
The importance of a well-ordered and predictable
environment.
Episode #2: By Leaps and Bounds
Physical development and appropriate developmental activities, good health practices, and
environmental safety.
Episode #3: Babies Are Children, Too
The special concerns when caring for infants in
groups and the importance of nurturing care.
Episode #4: Dealing With Feelings
Activities that promote emotional health in family
relations, self-expression, and dealing with frustration and stress.
Episode #12: Let’s Talk About It
The process of language acquisition
and methods for increasing language
competence.
Episode #13: Growing Minds
Two approaches to developing mental ability:
the conventional approach and what is currently
known as emergent curriculum.
Series 5 – I Am Your Child
Episode #7: Everybody’s Special
Working with children who have special educational needs.
Episode #8: Getting Along Together
Childhood social development and ways to enhance a child’s social competence.
Episode #9: Building Inner Controls
Guiding children in controlling themselves and
finding acceptable ways to express their aggressive feelings.
Episode #10: Respecting Diversity
How prejudice develops and how to respect
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Airs September 2007, 4 ½ hour programs
This four-part series presents practical advice to
caregivers on key early childhood, school readiness and health issues. The series is hosted by
popular celebrities and features well-known child
development experts.
Episode #1: Food and Fitness Matter: Raising
Healthy, Active Kids
Provides information and support to make nutritional and healthy changes at home and in local
school settings. Hosted by Julia Louis-Dreyfus.
Episode # 2: A Child with Special Needs
Families of children with special needs share their
stories to help others in similar circumstances
understand that, while every child is unique, there
are common experiences, emotions, and challenges they are likely to encounter as they work
to help the child in their care. Hosted by Sylvester
Stallone.
Episode #5: I’m Glad I’m Me
Recognizing children’s accomplishments and offering opportunities for
individual choice.
Episode #6: Listening to Families
Ways to help families deal with everyday problems and life crises.
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Episode #3: Discipline: Teaching Limits
with Love
Renowned child development expert Dr. T.
Berry Brazelton explains why children actually look for behavioral limits.
Episode #4: Ready to Learn: Essential Tips for
Early Literacy
LeVar Burton and Jamie Lee Curtis show caregivers how to promote literacy and language skills
through everyday activities like talking, reading,
singing and playing from day one.
Series 6 – Ready for Life
Airs September 2007, 4 ½ hour programs
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Dates
May 16-May 30,
MWF
7 programs
May 21-June 4
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7 programs
June 1-June22
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7 programs
June 4-June 25
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7 programs
July 2-July 23
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13 programs
July 6-July 27
MF
13 programs
The Six Core Strengths for
Healthy Childhood Development (Repeat)
Times
12:30 p.m.1:00 p.m.
4:30 a.m.6:00 a.m.
12:30 p.m.1:00 p.m.
4:30 a.m.5:30 a.m.
The Whole Child: A Caregiv- 12:3
0 p.m.er’s Guide to the First Five
1:30 p.m.
Years--English
The Whole Child: A
Caregiver’s Guide to the
First Five Years--English
(Repeat)
4:30 a.m.5:30 a.m.
Aug. 1-Aug. 29
MWF
13 programs
The Whole Child: A Caregiv- 12:3
0 p.m.er’s Guide to the First Five
1:00 p.m.
Years--Spanish
Aug. 6-Sept. 3
M
13 programs
The Whole Child: A Caregiver’s Guide to the First
Five Years--Spanish
(Repeat)
4:30 a.m.6:00 a.m.
Sept. 3-Sept. 14
MF
4 programs
I Am Your Child
12:30 p.m.1:00 p.m.
Sept. 10-Sept. 17
M
4 programs
I Am Your Child (Repeat)
5:00 a.m.6:00 a.m.
Sept. 17-Sept. 28
MF
4 programs
Ready for Life
12:30 p.m.1:00 p.m.
Sept. 24-Oct. 1
M
4 programs
Ready for Life (Repeat)
5:00 a.m.6:00 a.m.
temperament.
Episode #2: Feeling Loved: Understanding Attachment
and Socialization
Investigates ways in which attachment is formed and its role
in a child’s ability to learn and interact with others.
Episode #3: Read with Me: Developing
Early Literacy with Children
Shares strategies that empower adults
with tools to help children acquire language and literacy skills from birth.
This four-part series gives adults valuable
information they need to raise children who are
Episode #4: Little Bites, Big Steps:
socially and emotionally healthy and ready to suc- Nutrition and Fitness for Young
ceed in school and life.
Children
Identifies basic concepts of healthful
Episode #1: Who is My Child?
eating and exercise habits for one-toProvides an in depth exploration of children’s
five year old children, emphasizing adult
influence on behavior and choices.
l 9/cable 10 to view these programs!
Series Title
Understanding Traumatized
and Maltreated Children:
The Core Concepts
Understanding Traumatized
and Maltreated Children:
The Core Concepts (Repeat)
The Six Core Strengths for
Healthy Childhood Development
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