Videos for early education courses
Versatile visual learning suitable from level 3 to MA
Over 500 academic institutions, nationally and internationally already use our material. Regular feedback indicates that this is a highly effective way for students to learn about child development and for developing the skills and knowledge needed to work with young children.
Visit Siren's Online Video Clip Library
With 100s of short video clips to search through there's always going to be something that fits your needs. You can search by area of child development, specific theories, areas of play, learning strategies, age or setting and find just what you need to enhance your lessons and make learning stick.
Practice makes perfect
To really understand how children learn and develop you need to see this happening, which can be a challenge within the confines of a classroom.
All of our videos explore how children learn and develop, by capturing everyday events from the perspective of the child.
They skilfully illustrate what complex theories actually look like in everyday practice.
With these videos your students can hone their skills of observation, watching and re-watching if necessary.
They can observe children in everyday scenarios, mastering and carrying out observational studies within the classroom.
The fascinating longitudinal studies are great for seeing how particular children change, develop and learn.
Students can also learn, discuss and reflect on many aspects of early childhood development and effective pedagogy.
How to access these materials
You can buy a DVD, digital download or rent online. We also offer STREAMING LICENSES for institutions who host their own learning platforms/VLE’s. We offer competitive prices and are happy to tailor your license to your institutions requirements.
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"An invaluable support to lectures, seminars and observation workshops. The videos provide an excellent range of real life examples of children's development..."Lindy Cookson, Course lead, Northumbria University