The Teacher Time series provides teachers and family child care providers with content knowledge and teaching practices related to child development.
The new season of Teacher Time (2019–2020) focuses on science, technology, engineering, arts, and math (STEAM). Find out about STEM concepts and skills and explore how art supports learning these concepts. Watch teachers and family child care providers use effective STEAM teaching practices with infants, toddlers, and preschoolers.
Videos from previous seasons are also available to watch on-demand.
In the 2018–2019 Birth to 5 season learn about effective teaching practices related to the Framework for Effective Practice: Supporting School Readiness for All Children, or House Framework. Explore eight episodes—four for infant/toddler teachers and family child care providers and four for preschool teachers and family child care providers.
The 2017–18 Birth to 5 season focuses on effective teaching practices to support children’s development and learning in the Head Start Early Learning Outcomes Framework (ELOF) domains and sub-domains. It included eight episodes—four for infant/toddler teachers and family child care providers, and four for preschool teachers and family child care providers. Explore a special episode on adult self-care and mindfulness as part of this series.
Review the 2016–17 Birth to 5 season to find out about implementing curriculum in a responsive environment. View four webisodes for infant/toddler teachers and family child care providers, and four webisodes for preschool teachers and family child care providers.
Discover the Teacher Time premiere series designed for Head Start preschool teachers in a classroom setting. Each month, the hosts talk with a special guest, a Head Start teacher, or a researcher in the field about the joys and challenges of teaching young children.
National Centers:Early Childhood Development, Teaching and Learning
Last Updated: July 28, 2020