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Nurture – An Early Childhood Development Podcast

Mark Gardner, LCSW

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Nurture – An Early Childhood Development Podcast
Nurture – An Early Childhood Development Podcast

Nurture – An Early Childhood Development Podcast

Mark Gardner, LCSW

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Nurture provides early childhood professionals and parents of young children a regular dialogue with thought leaders, practitioners, and family members about the most relevant topics in the field.

Emphasizing social emotional development, Mark Gardner, LCSW, an early childhood mental health clinician and consultant, discusses important questions and topics with his guests that lie at the intersection of a diverse range of early childhood fields, including infant and early childhood mental health, early care and education (ECE), special education, early intervention, pediatric psychiatry, pediatric medicine, and developmental psychology, as well as parenting and family life.

Topics related to the social-emotional development of infants, toddlers, preschoolers, and elementary school age children and their families

Latest Episodes

NP 03 – Multiple Intelligences in the Classroom with LuAnn Carrig, Preschool Director and Professional Development Provider

LuAnn Carrig talks about Multiple Intelligences in the classroom… Multiple Intelligences is an idea & theory created by Dr. Howard Gardner that looks at humans as having many ways of being intelligent. This is in contrast to just looking at intelligence as a thinking or cognitive ability, commonly summed up as our IQ. A “multiple intelligences”’ perspective includes considering children’s and adults’ other abilities that impact our functioning, like our kinesthetic, interpersonal, and artistic intelligences, among others. LuAnn Carrig, a Northern Virginia preschool director & professional development provider, outlines the eight (8) intelligences and discusses how to integrate these into daily practices in the classroom. To do this, she recommends that teachers understand their own intelligences’ profile (click link to go to self-assessment) and then, through careful observation, get to know the intelligences’ profiles of the children in their classroom. Thereafter, teachers...

47 MIN2015 OCT 17
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NP 03 – Multiple Intelligences in the Classroom with LuAnn Carrig, Preschool Director and Professional Development Provider

NP02 – Autism Treatment Program, Together for Success at Family Compass Utilizes “Contextual Thinking”

Dr. Moshe Shtuhl and Mr. Joshua Metz fromFamily Compass, a psychological services organization in Reston, VA, talk about their autism treatment program, Together for Success. In addition to describing their program, we speak about how they utilize an idea called “contextual thinking” to help children with autism and their parents interact more effectively. After discussing some of their program’s theoretical underpinnings, they outline a number of strategies that involve “contextual thinking,” which, fundamentally, is the abililty to understand what is being said or is happening around you – the context, and being able to flexibly respond, behaviorally or verbally, as that context changes. For example, if you say to someone, “I’m cold,” and she says, “It’s the hottest day ever,” how do you adjust your response to what may have been an unexpected comment. This conceptual framework is the scaffolding for the many techniques they use to help children and parents improve the...

55 MIN2015 MAR 11
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NP02 – Autism Treatment Program, Together for Success at Family Compass Utilizes “Contextual Thinking”

Nurture Episode 1 – Dr. Karin Varblow’s Know/Go Model for Children with ADHD

Dr. Karin Varblow, a pediatrician who specializes in treating children with ADHD, talks about how she developed her Know/Go model for understanding how the ADHD brain works. In addition to outlining how this can help all of us understand and support children who have ADHD, she explains how this helps us have more empathy for them and use more effective strategies in our daily lives with them. More information about Dr. Varblow can be found at her website, www.drkarinmd.com. She also recommends (and I second) folks who are interested in learning more about ADHD to go to CHADD’s website. CHADD stands for Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder and is an organization that provides education, support and advocacy for individuals with ADHD, as well as for their families. Their web site is www.chadd.org. Please let me know what questions you have for Dr. Varblow, as she has agreed to return to answer them, as well as to discuss additional topics. You can enter y...

61 MIN2015 MAR 6
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Nurture Episode 1 – Dr. Karin Varblow’s Know/Go Model for Children with ADHD
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Latest Episodes

NP 03 – Multiple Intelligences in the Classroom with LuAnn Carrig, Preschool Director and Professional Development Provider

LuAnn Carrig talks about Multiple Intelligences in the classroom… Multiple Intelligences is an idea & theory created by Dr. Howard Gardner that looks at humans as having many ways of being intelligent. This is in contrast to just looking at intelligence as a thinking or cognitive ability, commonly summed up as our IQ. A “multiple intelligences”’ perspective includes considering children’s and adults’ other abilities that impact our functioning, like our kinesthetic, interpersonal, and artistic intelligences, among others. LuAnn Carrig, a Northern Virginia preschool director & professional development provider, outlines the eight (8) intelligences and discusses how to integrate these into daily practices in the classroom. To do this, she recommends that teachers understand their own intelligences’ profile (click link to go to self-assessment) and then, through careful observation, get to know the intelligences’ profiles of the children in their classroom. Thereafter, teachers...

47 MIN2015 OCT 17
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NP 03 – Multiple Intelligences in the Classroom with LuAnn Carrig, Preschool Director and Professional Development Provider

NP02 – Autism Treatment Program, Together for Success at Family Compass Utilizes “Contextual Thinking”

Dr. Moshe Shtuhl and Mr. Joshua Metz fromFamily Compass, a psychological services organization in Reston, VA, talk about their autism treatment program, Together for Success. In addition to describing their program, we speak about how they utilize an idea called “contextual thinking” to help children with autism and their parents interact more effectively. After discussing some of their program’s theoretical underpinnings, they outline a number of strategies that involve “contextual thinking,” which, fundamentally, is the abililty to understand what is being said or is happening around you – the context, and being able to flexibly respond, behaviorally or verbally, as that context changes. For example, if you say to someone, “I’m cold,” and she says, “It’s the hottest day ever,” how do you adjust your response to what may have been an unexpected comment. This conceptual framework is the scaffolding for the many techniques they use to help children and parents improve the...

55 MIN2015 MAR 11
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NP02 – Autism Treatment Program, Together for Success at Family Compass Utilizes “Contextual Thinking”

Nurture Episode 1 – Dr. Karin Varblow’s Know/Go Model for Children with ADHD

Dr. Karin Varblow, a pediatrician who specializes in treating children with ADHD, talks about how she developed her Know/Go model for understanding how the ADHD brain works. In addition to outlining how this can help all of us understand and support children who have ADHD, she explains how this helps us have more empathy for them and use more effective strategies in our daily lives with them. More information about Dr. Varblow can be found at her website, www.drkarinmd.com. She also recommends (and I second) folks who are interested in learning more about ADHD to go to CHADD’s website. CHADD stands for Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder and is an organization that provides education, support and advocacy for individuals with ADHD, as well as for their families. Their web site is www.chadd.org. Please let me know what questions you have for Dr. Varblow, as she has agreed to return to answer them, as well as to discuss additional topics. You can enter y...

61 MIN2015 MAR 6
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Nurture Episode 1 – Dr. Karin Varblow’s Know/Go Model for Children with ADHD
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