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.
CDE produces these videos for professional development activities and obtains voluntary written permission from all parties who appear in these video clips.
How to Access the Videos
You can watch the clips online or download QuickTime versions of the videos for use in professional development activities. To download the Apple QuickTime .MOV file, select the DOWNLOAD VIDEO link located below each video. NOTE: If you download any of the video files you will need to install a media player that will play QuickTime files such as Apple QuickTime Player or the VLC Media Player.
Limitations on Video Use
- You may not use any of the videos on this site for commercial purposes.
- You may not edit, alter, transform or build upon any of the videos on this site.
- You may not post a copy of any of the videos on this site to any web site.
These videos were produced and posted to this website with voluntary written permission from all parties who appear in the videos including program staff, volunteers and parents/guardians on their own behalf and that of their children.
These videos are NOT extracted in any form from child assessment records, but rather were produced by CDE for professional development activities.
(Click on a category below to view a list of videos)
» General Interest
|DEC Recommended Practices 2014 (Runtime: 2:42)
Narrated by Mary McLean, the Chair of the DEC Recommended Practices Commission, this video offers an overview of the new DEC Recommended Practices. The Recommended Practices were produced through a collaboration of the Division for Early Childhood of the Council for Exceptional Children, the Early Childhood Technical Assistance Center, and the Office of Special Education Programs, U.S. Department of Education. Thanks to Results Matter at the Colorado Department of Education and the Desired Results access Project, funded by the California Department of Education's Special Education Division, for permission to use selected video clips. Produced by Larry Edelman.
|Child Outcomes Step by Step (Runtime: 8:42)
The U.S. Department of Education has adopted a set of three child outcomes. These outcomes address three areas of child functioning necessary for each child to be an active and successful participant at home, in the community, and in other places like a child care program or preschool.
During the design phase of Results Matter, stakeholders met to review the three child outcomes and discuss how they might be used in Colorado. The overwhelming response was that we should measure these three outcomes for all children as part of the ongoing authentic assessment process for young children in our state. The outcomes provide a way to understand the integrated nature of development and learning in the early childhood years.
Measuring progress on the outcomes helps Colorado meet federal reporting requirements for children with disabilities, state requirements for monitoring of student growth and provides a common measure to reflect results across different assessments, age groups, programs and even different state outcome data.
This video describes and illustrates the three child outcomes. It is a collaborative presentation of Results Matter, Colorado Department of Education, the Desired Results access Project, Napa County Office of Education, funded by the California Department of Education, Special Education Division, and the Early Childhood Outcomes Center, funded by the Office of Special Education Programs.
A SPANISH VERSION OF THE CAPTIONS IS AVAILABLE FOR THIS VIDEO. To access it, select "View Video," select play, select CC, select the" languages" tab , then select "Spanish".
UNA VERSIÓN EN ESPAÑOL DE LOS SUBTITULOS DE ESTE VIDEO SE ENCUENTRA DISPONIBLE. Para acceder, seleccione "View Video", seleccionar "play" (reproducir el video), seleccione CC , seleccione la pestaña "Idiomas" , a continuación seleccione "español".
PLEASE NOTE: You are free to share, copy, link, and distribute this video under the following conditions:
|What Is Authentic Assessment? (Runtime: 3:02)
This video illustrates the primary features of authentic assessment, including: ongoing, whole child, naturalistic, multiple perspectives, and useful.
|So Many Ways to Learn (Runtime: 3:08)
Set to music, this video illustrates the many ways that young children learn.
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