We wish to thank the families and early childhood education teams who have partnered with us to create the videos in the Results Matter Video Library. These videos are produced as resources for professional development and public awareness purposes.
These videos have been produced to help providers better understand ways to use observation, documentation, and assessment to inform practice. You can watch the clips online or download QuickTime versions of the videos for use in educational and professional development activities.
Use of these Videos in Professional Development Activities
Below each video, there is a DOWNLOAD VIDEO link which can be used to download an Apple QuickTime .MOV file for use in professional development activities. IMPORTANT NOTE: 1) You may not use any of the videos on this site for commercial purposes; 2) You may not edit, alter, transform, or build upon any of the videos on this site; and 3) You may not post a copy of any of the videos on this site to any web site.
For more information about these video clips please contact Larry Edelman at Larry.Edelman@ucdenver.edu.
(Click on a category below to view
a list of videos.)
|Reflections During the Final Home Visit (Runtime: 5:45)|
A mother shares her feelings about what Megan Klish Fibbe, physical therapist and early intervention has accomplished for her and her children during their final home visit.
|Authentic Assessment in Early Intervention (Runtime: 7:36)|
Physical therapist Megan Klish Fibbe describes and illustrates how authentic assessment practices enhance her early intervention work with children and their families, including the use of observation, conversations with families, and video.
|Using Video for Self-Reflection (Runtime: 1:41)|
Megan Klish Fibbe illustrates how the use of video provides an opportunity for feedback and self-reflection.
|Using Video to Share with Family Members (Runtime: 3:25)|
Megan Klish Fibbe shows ways to use video with family members in early intervention.
|Using Video to Celebrate Progress (Runtime: 2:09)|
Megan Klish Fibbe shows how video can support families by highlighting family strengths and child progress.
|Using Video for REALLY Watching (Runtime: 1:52)|
Megan Klish Fibbe demonstrates how the use of video can help providers better observe infants and toddlers and observe family strengths.
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