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What Is RIE Parenting? RIE, which stands for Resources for Infant Educarers and is pronounced “rye,” is a parenting philosophy developed in 1978 by baby specialist, Magda Gerber, who urges parents to interact with their babies as unique human beings. That’s one of the main ideas behind the RIE parenting method, that by speaking to your baby, you’ll slow down. Brought to the U.S. by infant-development expert Magda Gerber in 1973, Resources for Infant Educarers (RIE), a nonprofit organization headquartered in Los Angeles, coined the term that refers to giving babies more independence and respect.

RIE parenting means your child gets to take a more active role in everything, from helping with his diaper changes (even babies as young as infants can learn to “help” by lifting their legs, according to RIE proponents) to figuring out how he’d like to play. You communicate a lot with baby. The RIE method is guided by trust in a child’s capacity to learn and is executed through observation.

When we pause with awareness we can notice subtle expressions and behaviors that serve as cues for communicating needs and desires. We can then choose to actively teach a lesson or intentionally allow one to transpire. RIE® Basic Principles We are a network of infant-toddler professionals who are passionately dedicated to empowering parents and caregiving professionals to provide the secure and respectful beginnings children need for a healthy life. RIE® Certified Parent-Infant Guidance classes encourage babies to be attentive, active, exploring and aware of self and others. Designed to encourage children to become authentic and responsible from an early age, Parent-Infant Guidance classes help parents to be confident in their supportive role towards this great discovery.

The basis of Magda’s Gerber’s RIE philosophy is respect for, and trust in the baby to be an initiator, an explorer, and a self learner. Magda encouraged parents and caregivers to provide: An environment for the child that is physically safe, cognitively challenging and emotionally nurturing. Time for uninterrupted play. RIE parenting (which stands for Resources for Infant Educarers and is pronounced “wry”) is a philosophy developed in 1978 by Magda Gerber, an early childhood educator.

Since then, it has gained a lot of attention and has become an important topic in child rearing. What Is RIE Parenting? RIE stands for ‘Resources for Infant Educarers’. The basic premise of RIE (pronounced as “rye”) parenting is that you treat your child as an individual and paying attention to their emotional and cognitive needs.

The RIE philosophy for parenting was founded by Magda Gerber who was a former orphanage medical director. RIE stands for Resources for Infant Educators. The RIE parenting was created by Magda Gerber*, a child therapist and advocate for both children and parents.

The basis of the RIE philosophy is respect and trust in the baby to be an initiator, an explorer, and a self-learner.

List of related literature:

The RIE manual: For parents and professionals.

“Bambini: The Italian Approach to Infant/toddler Care” by Lella Gandini, Carolyn P. Edwards
from Bambini: The Italian Approach to Infant/toddler Care
by Lella Gandini, Carolyn P. Edwards
Teachers College Press, 2001

Mothers in Japan are more likely to see their children as secure if they show behaviors that put them into harmony with others: accommodating to other people, behaving well, and cooperating (Rothbaum, Kakinuma, Nagaoka, & Azuma, 2007).

“Child Development” by Laura E. Levine, Joyce Munsch
from Child Development
by Laura E. Levine, Joyce Munsch
SAGE Publications, 2013

The quarterly publication Pre-mo features information on birth preparation, including advice from ‘experienced moms’ (senpai mama), fashion advice for expectant mothers and suggestions for baby supplies.

“Beyond Kawaii: Studying Japanese Femininities at Cambridge” by Brigitte Steger, Angelika Koch, Christopher Tso
from Beyond Kawaii: Studying Japanese Femininities at Cambridge
by Brigitte Steger, Angelika Koch, Christopher Tso
Lit Verlag, 2020

Zayas, AguilarGaxiola, Yoon, and Rey (2015) make the important point that these children are vulnerable to psychological effects as a result of their parents’ detention or the fear of detention and removal.

“Supporting and Educating Traumatized Students: A Guide for School-Based Professionals” by Eric Rossen
from Supporting and Educating Traumatized Students: A Guide for School-Based Professionals
by Eric Rossen
Oxford University Press, Incorporated, 2020

The EDN for young children includes soothing perinatal experiences, lengthy breastfeeding, responsive caregivers, extensive positive and no negative touch, extensive free play with multiage playmates in nature, and emotional and social support (Konner, 2005; Narvaez, 2013).

“Atlas of Moral Psychology” by Kurt Gray, Jesse Graham
from Atlas of Moral Psychology
by Kurt Gray, Jesse Graham
Guilford Publications, 2019

Orient parents or family members to the nursery environment, including nursing, medical, and ancillary staff who will come into contact with their newborn; visiting and operational policies and procedures that will affect them; and telephone numbers to call to access care providers.

“Core Curriculum for Maternal-Newborn Nursing E-Book” by AWHONN, Susan Mattson, Judy E. Smith
from Core Curriculum for Maternal-Newborn Nursing E-Book
by AWHONN, Susan Mattson, Judy E. Smith
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2010

In Re S (Abduction: Hague and European Conventions),141 ButlerSloss LJ said that s 3(5) ‘does not clothe the carers with control over the child other than the minimum necessary to provide for the daytoday welfare of the child’.

“Family Law: Text, Cases, and Materials” by Joanna Miles, Rob George, Sonia Harris-Short
from Family Law: Text, Cases, and Materials
by Joanna Miles, Rob George, Sonia Harris-Short
Oxford University Press, 2019

‘Appropriate person’ is defined in Part 1, sch 2 and includes any parent of the child with parental responsibility, special guardians, and, where the young person is in care, the relevant local authority or prospective adopters.

“A Practical Approach to Family Law” by The Right Honourable Lady Justice Jill Black DBE, Jane Bridge, Tina Bond, Liam Gribbin, Madeleine Reardon
from A Practical Approach to Family Law
by The Right Honourable Lady Justice Jill Black DBE, Jane Bridge, et. al.
OUP Oxford, 2012

hild care refers to the care of children by a person or persons other than their parents during hours when parents are working, attending school, or pursuing another ongoing, nonleisure activity.

“The Reader's Companion to U.S. Women's History” by Wilma Pearl Mankiller, Gwendolyn Mink, Marysa Navarro, Gloria Steinem, Barbara Smith
from The Reader’s Companion to U.S. Women’s History
by Wilma Pearl Mankiller, Gwendolyn Mink, et. al.
Houghton Mifflin Company, 1999

Attachment Parenting international

“Respectful Parents, Respectful Kids: 7 Keys to Turn Family Conflict into Cooperation” by Sura Hart, Victoria Kindle Hodson
from Respectful Parents, Respectful Kids: 7 Keys to Turn Family Conflict into Cooperation
by Sura Hart, Victoria Kindle Hodson
PuddleDancer Press, 2006

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  • 13:33 mobile toddle 2yo

    14:15 Older toddler

    15:45 House rules

    23:35 Philosophy of Infant Care

    26:50 Sense of Security

    30:00 Technique to be a good observer

    33:00 Infant stimulation/means interruption to Magda

    36:00 By teaching a child something you take away their chance for the child to learn by themselves

    42:00 Music is wonderful if it occurs naturally
    49:40 Centre should have a philosophy

    51:00 Needs of infants is beyond culture. Someone who is sensitive to the baby can overcome culture. Authenticity.

  • How can I start using this rie method on my 5 year old son? I have been studying up on rie method for a little while now and I don’t know how I can shift my son now he is older. He is use to tablets, loud colorful toys, etc. please help!