Visit: https://www.edact.com/professional-development/behavior/highly-successful-strategies-to-guide-young-childrens-behavior-professional-development.html to purchase this DVD in it's entirety from Educational Activities, Inc. See a diverse group of teachers use a variety of proven supportive guidance techniques to foster positive prosocial behavior and self regulation in the early childhood classroom. Classroom management and discipline are among the most challenging issues that teachers report. The program demonstrates specific methods to deal with an assortment of inappropriate behaviors teachers may encounter. Chapters include: Introduction Reasons for Inappropriate Behavior Importance of Our Relationships The Supportive Guidance Approach How to Teach Social Skills Top 20 Supportive Guidance Approach Techniques Review A comprehensive Trainer's Guide includes handouts for participants with reflection and discussion topics, resources, a post test and certificates of participation (as a PDF file on the CD). This program gives teachers the tools they need to promote prosocial behavior and create a positive classroom environment. The program was written by Dr. Patricia Vardin, Chair, Early Childhood Education Department, Manhattanville College, Purchase, NY.
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When teachers open their classroom doors this new school year, they’ll be welcoming students with a variety of experiences, strengths, and challenges. A few children in your new class might have disabilities or developmental delays that impact their learning, social skills, or behavior. Watch this webinar to uncover how to best understand and implement inclusionary practices into the classroom that will help children with developmental delays or disabilities participate successfully alongside their peers. Learn more about our upcoming webinars and view archived presentations at www.naeyc.org/webinars
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On April 12, 2018, NAEYC hosted a webinar on the topic “Creating Trauma-Sensitive Classrooms.” In the United States, the number of young children who have experienced a traumatic event in their lives is increasing. As early childhood educators, we are often the first responders for identifying individual needs and setting up strategies that lead to positive learning environments. This webinar identifies behavioral signs that children dealing with trauma may exhibit, as well as effective strategies that can be used to create trauma-sensitive classrooms. Speakers on this webinar were: Barbara Sorrels, executive director of The Institute for Childhood Education and author of the award-winning book Reaching and Teaching Children Exposed to Trauma, and Katie Statman-Weils, an adjunct instructor at Portland State University who focuses on equity and guidance strategies that improve social and emotional development and self-regulation for all learners. Learn more about our upcoming webinars and view archived presentations at www.naeyc.org/webinars
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Early childhood teachers observe children throughout the day for a variety of purposes. In e-clip #5, Dr. Sudha Swaminathan discusses various types of observations in the early childhood classroom and how to plan observations to get the most useful results. Four preschool teachers also describe their use of formal and informal observation strategies to identify the individual strengths and needs of children and to plan instruction. Additional resources to support using this video are available at: http://www.easternct.edu/cece/e-clip-observing-young-children/ Copyright 2009 by the Center for Early Childhood Education at Eastern Connecticut State University. This video may only be used for educational purposes. 0:39 - Overview of Observing Young Children 2:58 - Planned Observation of Child's Social Interaction 3:48 - Planned Observation for Instructional Purposes 4:44 - Observing for Assessment Purposes 6:39 - Conclusion
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Childrens Lighthouse People of Faith in Winter Garden, FL. We are a high quality child care facility providing bible based education and the best care available in the community. Please enjoy our Private Kindergarten class enjoying circle time. Stop by for a tour of our facility or feel free to contact us through www.childrenslighthousepof.com or 407-395-0077.
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Our Simsbury School opened in 2007. It is situated on the corner of Rt. 10 and Rt. 315. We have been NAEYC Accredited since 2010. It was actually featured on a National Tour of quality centers and posted to the website of the National Child Care Association. Each entranceway is secured by a pin-activated security system. Codes are available only to staff during the day for entrance from our playgrounds. The front entrance requires a key fob which is personalized for each family. In addition, each classroom has at least one camera which allows our Directors to continuously monitor activities throughout the center. Even the front doors themselves are a security feature: they register the body heat of an adult and therefore will not allow any child to exit the building alone. There's just too much to tell. Help yourself to a cup of coffee when you first enter or make a copy or two in the Old English phone booth. Our Director or Assistant Director are there to greet you when you first enter. We also have storage as you enter for car seats. Our classrooms are significantly oversized, providing much more than the minimum requirements for CT classrooms. Each one is divided into activity centers that range from Science and Math, to Music and Movement, and from Building and Construction to Literacy and Dramatic Play. All of these centers are available throughout the day. Infant and toddler classrooms are downstairs and upstairs we have huge preschool classrooms. Natural light abounds throughout. We have indoor play areas downstairs as well as a HUGE indoor play area for preschoolers and school-age children. What you see is what you get. Our outdoor play areas are unbelievable! Playscapes, a huge pirate ship, an inflatable bounce house, stuff and more stuff. But for many, the best part is the fish pond in front of the entranceway, loaded with huge goldfish and a waterfall. Parents and children frequently just sit and take in the beauty and peacefulness. Finally, the huge frogs are our good luck totems guiding you in, and the ducky weathervane was just for the fun of it.
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The Learning Experience Child Care centers are built from the bottom up to provide a state-of-the-art facility where children can learn and grow in a safe and secure environment. Every TLE center is specially designed with child care in mind. From our infant care area to our "Miniature Main Street, USA"-Make Believe Boulevard, you will see that there is no other child care center like The Learning Experience.
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In July 2016 Stosius and Staff completed this architect-designed, two-storey childcare centre in Braybrook, Victoria. It caters for 116 children, and features flexible room spaces, commercial kitchen and laundry, a wheelchair-friendly lift, under-floor heating, solar hot water, and low maintenance and operating costs.
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This video addresses "Observation," "Screening and Referral," "Assessment," "Documentation," and "Interpretation, Planning, and Implementation."
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The Learning Resources Center at Cabrillo College is located on the second floor of the Robert E. Swenson Library, and includes the Math Learning Center, the Reading Center, the Writing Center and Tutorials. This video provides an overview of the Learning Resources Center and how to use its services.
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Presentation created by The Learning Project: Early Childhood Reseach and Training
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This 5-minute mini-lecture describes developmentally appropriate literacy instruction for young children . Dr. Andy Johnson, reading specialist. www.OPDT-Johnson.com
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http://www.eastroswellpreschool.com Kids 'R' Kids East Roswell Preschool off Holcomb Bridge Road is the premiere preschool in North Fulton, servicing Alpharetta, Norcross, and Dunwoody areas. Our program is nationally accredited by the NAEYC (National Association for the Education of Young Children) Want to know more about what makes East Roswell Preschool Special? Hear it directly from parents!
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Lancaster City Schools features a top-rated all-inclusive preschool where the children learn valuable skills for kindergarten, and have a blast doing it! The preschool has NAEYC accreditation and a proposed 5-star rating from the Ohio Department of Education. Toss in certified teachers, a great location and an affordable tuition, and you'll see why Lancaster City Schools is the place to be for preschool fun! For more information, go to http://www.lancaster.k12.oh.us/content_page.aspx?cid=564 Or call (740) 687-7336
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Early childhood professionals need to know how to support young children's language and early literacy development. In e-clip #1, Dr. Theresa Bouley stresses that best practice in early literacy instruction must involve both spontaneous and planned daily activities focused on the five areas of literacy learning that best predict children's future reading and writing development: oral language, phonemic awareness, alphabet awareness, concepts about print, and early writing with inventive spelling. If preschool teachers know what these five predictors are, they can not only plan daily meaningful lessons in these areas, but they can maximize their ability to catch spontaneous teachable moments throughout the day. Winner of a 2010 Telly Award. Copyright 2009 by the Center for Early Childhood Education at Eastern Connecticut State University. This video may only be used for educational purposes. See http://www.easternct.edu/cece/e-clip-predictors-of-early-literacy/ for discussion questions and other resources related to this video.
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In part three of our journey we work through the process of planning intentionally. We will look at how you work with your team to ensure that the needs of ALL children are being met. Recorded: June 2014
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Have fun with your kids! Learn how to play the improv comedy game 'Tootie Ta' with kids in this free video clip. Expert: Les McGehee Bio: Les McGehee is a working, award-winning comedian and improvisation pioneer, who has entertained and trained millions of people throughout the US and the world for 20 years. Filmmaker: Todd Sapio
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Please click the CC Button for closed captioning in English. Other languages available: Spanish and French. "We All Belong" is a documentary film exploring the issues of belonging and diversity in our classrooms. It profiles real parents and the dreams and fears they share. This film is a frank discussion of civil, human, and educational rights and offers a window into best practices and the struggle families face to achieve inclusion for their children. The film also examines the Kindergarten Inclusion Cohort, a parent-driven program created by NWDSA that empowers families to be active, informed partners on their children's educational journey. We All Belong is ideal viewing for educators, parents and policy makers. The questions raised in this film could create answers that lead to more diverse classrooms and create success for all learners. Featuring interviews with NWDSA Executive Director Angela Jarvis-Holland, Kindergarten Cohort Coordinator Alicia Delashmutt, NWDSA President Steve Holland, President of National Disability Rights Network Michael Bailey, Speaker and Self-Advocate Eleanor Bailey, and parents of the Kindergarten Inclusion Cohort. "We All Belong" is part of the All Born (In) Movement which hosts an annual conference to inspire and share tools and information to reach and teach every learner. Join the movement at http://www.allbornin.org and http://www.nwdsa.org. "We All Belong" Directed by Joni DeRouchie http://www.joniderouchie.com Photos by Jodi Collins http://www.urban-photography.com Check out NWDSA's other videos here: Disability Bill of Rights: http://youtu.be/qg6uW_p_Wlg - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - "Todos Pertenecemos" es un documental que explora los temas candentes de pertenencia y diversidad en nuestros salones de clase. Se perfilan las familias actuales, con los sueños y temores que comparten. La película abarca una discusión franca de los derechos civiles, humanos, y educativos; a la vez ofrece una ventana hacia las mejores prácticas y la lucha que enfrentan los padres para lograr la plena inclusión de sus hijos. La película también se enfoca en el Cohorte para la Inclusión en el Kinder, un programa protagonizado por los padres y creado por la Asociación Noroeste del Síndrome de Down (NWDSA) que fortalece a los padres para que sean compañeros activos y bien informados a lo largo del viaje educativo de sus hijos. "Todos Pertenecemos" es una película ideal para los educadores/as, los padres, y los que diseñan las políticas del estado. Las interrogativas planteadas en esta película podrían servir para fomentar respuestas que nos lleven hacia salones de clase más diversas y mayor éxito para todos los estudiantes. Incluyendo entrevistas con Angela Jarvis-Holland, Directora Ejecutiva del NWDSA; Alicia Delashmutt, Coordinadora del Cohorte para la Inclusión en el Kinder; Steve Holland, Presidente del NWDSA; Michael Bailey, Presidente de la Red Nacional de los Derechos del Discapacitado; Eleanor Bailey, presentadora y defensora propia; y las madres y padres del Cohorte para la Inclusión en el Kinder. "Todos Pertenecemos" forma parte del movimiento Todos Nacemos (Dentro) [All Born (In)], que organiza una conferencia anual para inspirar y compartir las herramientas e información necesaria para alcanzar y enseñar a cada individuo. Júntese al movimiento por medio del enlace: http://www.allbornin.org ó al http://www.nwdsa.org. "Todos Pertenecemos", dirigido por Joni DeRouchie: http://www.joniderouchie.com Fotografía de Jodi Collins: http://www.urban-photography.com Vean aqui el otro video de NWDSA: Declaración de Derechos de los Discapacitados : http://youtu.be/qg6uW_p_Wlg
Views: 14631 Northwest Down Syndrome Association
The seventh edition to the 'Observing Practice' Vignette Series. These vignettes ask educators to observe closely and describe what you see- the interactions, the play, the environment and the learning. Think about questions such as; What was the thing that stood out in the vignette to you? What questions would you like to ask? These are small snippets in a day and much else would have been happening that is not visible to the viewer. But the aim is to sharpen our observations and thinking about what we see and then to think about how this might inform their planning in their own service. What next? Tell other educators what you think on the EYLF PLP Facebook Page. Copyright 2011 Commonwealth of Australia All resources developed by Early Childhood Australia Inc. as part of the Early Years Learning Framework Professional Learning Program are protected by copyright. Apart from any use as permitted under the Copyright Act 1968, all other rights are reserved. Requests and enquiries concerning reproduction and rights in relation to this publication or product should be addressed to: Early Childhood Australia PO Box 86 DEAKIN WEST ACT 2600 or telephone +61 2 6242 1800 or fax +61 2 6242 1818 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org In all cases the Early Childhood Australia Inc. and the Early Years Learning Framework Professional Learning Program funded by the Commonwealth of Australia must be acknowledged as the source when reproducing or quoting any part of an Early Years Learning Framework Professional Learning Program publication, video, image or website.
Views: 28404 ECA Learning Hub
Effective teaching in early childhood has been linked with positive long-term student outcomes. In this REL Mid-Atlantic Teacher Effectiveness webinar, participants focused on the importance of early childhood education and the critical role early childhood teachers play in supporting student success. This webinar featured Beth Rous, Ed.D., from the University of Kentucky. A teacher and researcher, Dr. Rous is also a co-author of Tools for Transition in Early Childhood: A Step-by Step Guide for Agencies, Teachers, and Families. The content of these videos does not necessarily reflect the views or policies of the Institute of Education Sciences or the U.S. Department of Education, nor does mention of trade names, commercial products, or organizations imply endorsement by the U.S. Government.
Views: 579 Institute of Education Sciences
This webinar provided specific information and examples related to the health and safety training provisions of the final regulations published by the Office of Child Care (within the Dept. of Health & Human Services’ Administration for Children & Families) in September of 2016. We accept comments in the spirit of our comment policy: http://www.hhs.gov/web/socialmedia/policies/comment-policy.html
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Led by Dana Nieder, author of the popular special needs blog Uncommon Sense, this webinar will teaches the importance of presuming competence in a child’s communicative abilities as well as tips for how to plan and build a rich vocabulary for a child using AAC.
Views: 1182 Center on Technology and Disability (CTD)
Created for the Growing Greatness Grant and used by permission.
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As parents and caregivers we want the assurance that our children are safe, nurtured and provided the best care possible outside our homes. For those reasons and in developing a program of the highest quality possible, Inspire looks to the standards set by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC). For more information please go to http://www.inspireallchildren.com
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This REL Northwest webinar offers strategies for creating culturally responsive and emotionally supportive preK–grade 3 classrooms for children from diverse racial and cultural backgrounds. Dr. Sharon Ritchie, national researcher and principal investigator for the FirstSchool initiative, discusses how to use classroom observation data to guide professional development efforts that can improve teaching practices. She then presents strategies for creating learning environments in which all students feel like they belong and are competent, valued, and safe. This webinar was prepared under Contract ED-IES-17-C-0009 by Regional Educational Laboratory Northwest, administered by Education Northwest. The content does not necessarily reflect the views or policies of IES or the U.S. Department of Education, nor does mention of trade names, commercial products, or organizations imply endorsement by the U.S. Government.
Views: 253 Institute of Education Sciences
This webinar is led by Beth Poss, Educational Consultant and special education administrator for Montgomery County Public Schools in Maryland. The webinar, targeted at early childhood educators and parents of young children, examines the current research on the use of technology for children birth-8 years, and the implications of using these tech tools for early learning.
Views: 894 Center on Technology and Disability (CTD)
Young children with disabilities have better outcomes when their families are actively involved in supporting their child’s learning. This session will help Early Interventionists, private therapy providers, and other professionals working with young children with disabilities think about their interactions with the child's family and how those interactions strengthen a family’s ability to support their child’s learning. *****LINKS FOR THE VIDEOS REFERENCED IN THE WEBINAR CAN BE FOUND BELOW***** In this 90 minute webinar participants will: 1. Learn about strategies to increase parent participation in their child’s Early Intervention home visits and/or therapy sessions 2. Explore possible strategies that can be used to engage a deployed parent in home visits and/or therapy sessions 3. Observe through video, professionals working with a parent to enhance the parent’s use of effective intervention strategies 4. Explore the use of tools and strategies that promote reflection on practices being used to engage families Find presentation slides and additional resources for this Military Families Learning Network webinar at https://learn.extension.org/events/2587 LINKS TO VIDEOS REFERENCED IN THE RECORDING: Video One (slide 13) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d5y4Gpsx0RM&feature=youtu.be Video Two (slide 14) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jjGVT4yWOYA&feature=youtu.be Video Three (slide 16) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=klqHZPuCTqs&feature=youtu.be Video Four (slide 22) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_rU9X8fO7E0&feature=youtu.be
Views: 739 Military Families Learning Network
Outblaze founder and CEO Yat Siu presentation at the Dr. Louise Porter Conference held on March 9, 2013 in Hong Kong. He discusses the influence of technology on children's learning styles, and provides some guidance to parents raising children in technology-rich environments. This video includes Yat Siu's presentation. For the Q&A session, please see http://youtu.be/oxhnMJHjDPY ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ThinkBlaze official website: http://thinkblaze.com/ Yat Siu's personal blog: http://yatsiu.com/ Dr. Louise Porter on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DrLouisePorter Dr. Louise Porter's website: http://www.louiseporter.com.au/ Dr. Louise Porter Conferences upcoming events: https://drlouiseporter.eventbrite.com/
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Find presentation slides and additional resources for this Military Families Learning Network webinar at https://learn.extension.org/events/2940. The link to the evaluation and post-test required to earn CE credit is also available at https://learn.extension.org/events/2940. Across the lifespan, play serves a pivotal role in our development and learning. And while for the most part development unfolds in a predictable and logical set of stages and sequences, there is much we can do through play, to ensure happier and healthier children. This webinar will provide a context for seeing the power of play and how it is necessary for success in school and in life. Recommended practices and research on how to support children’s play will be provided. Objectives: 1. Better understand the importance of play, exploration, and early experiences on development and learning 2. Use common play milestones and states as a guide to scaffold children’s ability to interact with objects and others 3. Analyze and evaluate a child’s current level of development and zone of proximal development when it comes to the stages of play 4. Deepen their commitment to fostering strong relationships with children and help them thrive by expanding the richness and complexity of their play
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With young children gaining access to a dizzying array of games, videos, and other digital media, will they ever learn to read? The answer is yes—if they are surrounded by adults who know how to help and if they are introduced to media designed to promote literacy, instead of undermining it. In short, these children and their families could greatly benefit from a media mentor. What exactly is a media mentor? Michael Levine and Lisa Guernsey, authors of Tap, Click, Read: Growing Readers in a World of Screens, and Chip Donohue, editor of Family Engagement in the Digital Age: Early Childhood Educators as Media Mentors, discuss this new term in the lexicon of 21st-century early childhood education. What skills do media mentors need? How can they be supported? And how can more children gain access to them? In this presentation, Michael, Lisa, and Chip explore the importance of these new roles.
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Visit www.techsoup.org or www.techsoupforlibraries.org to learn more about donated technology for nonprofits and libraries! What's the best way to bring technology into a storytime? How do you evaluate apps for early literacy? Everyday there are new apps and technologies being made available to young children. Libraries are integrating technology into children’s programming, including storytimes and other early literacy services. When used correctly, technology can be used to increase early literacy skills in young children. This free webinar shares best practices, resources, and ideas to help you easily and effectively bring technology to your library’s early literacy programming. We hear from two guests with expertise in early literacy and childhood education. -- Tanya Smith shares practical, research-based recommendations published by the Fred Rogers Center and the National Association for the Education of Young Children. -- Lori Crocker (Douglas County Libraries, CO) shares practical examples of how to bring technology into library storytimes. -- Learn about free online resources like LittleeLit.com and Reading Eggs.
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Ron Benham, Director, Massachusetts Bureau of Family Health and Nutrition; Director, MA Early Intervention Services; Director, MA Perinatal, Early Childhood Suzanne Milbourne, Director, Delaware Early Childhood Assistive Technology Demonstration Project Beth Poss, Coordinator, Preschool Education Program, Montgomery County Public Schools Christopher Swanson, Senior Program Director for Quality Early Learning and Education
Views: 118 Center on Technology and Disability (CTD)
The DMC Upside is a 30 minute TV News Magazine with current information about Del Mar College. Hosted by Carlos Garanzuay and Emily Gonzalez. This March 2018 edition aired on digital cable in Corpus Christi, Texas. "The DMC Upside" is a produced by DMC-TV.
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Recorded on November 18, 2010, this was the fourth webinar in the "Achieving Excellence and Innovation in Family, School, and Community Engagement" (FSCE) series. Strong parent-teacher relationships are invaluable. They contribute to a positive school climate, family engagement in student learning, improved student performance, and the retention of high quality teachers. Providing teachers with the resources they need to effectively connect learning in the classroom to learning at home is a challenge that many districts are struggling to address. Family engagement must be a core element of any professional development system. It is not enough to offer random, one-time workshops-family engagement must be embedded in pre-service curricula, professional standards, teacher certification, and assessments for learning and accountability. Furthermore, all school personnel, from principals to receptionists, must have access to high quality professional development that reinforces family engagement as an essential strategy for improving student performance. This webinar examined practical examples of how states can embed family engagement into their professional development systems and how teacher education programs can systematically include family engagement in teaching and learning. The webinar also discussed promising practices in higher education, including partnerships with Parental Information and Resource Centers (PIRCs) to build the capacity of family coordinators. Presenters included: Beatriz Ceja, Program Manager, School Leadership Program, U.S. Department of Education; Charles J. "Chuck" Saylors, President, National PTA; Mishaela Durán, Interim Executive Director, National PTA; Susan Walker, Associate Professor, University of Minnesota; Jane Groff, Director, Kansas State PIRC; Katharine Mora, Education Coordinator, Columbia University Head Start, and Adjunct Professor, Bank Street College of Education A selection of resources and links related to the webinar are located at: http://www.nationalpirc.org/engagement_webinars/archive-webinar4.html
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Six faculty from Sukkur Institute of Business Administration in Pakistan summarize for the JCCC community the outcomes of their work at JCCC and UMKC during the project "Strengthening U.S. and Pakistani Faculty Connections", funded by the U.S. Embassy in Karachi. For more information on this and other happenings at the college, visit http://www.jccc.edu.
Views: 1445 JCCCvideo