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Halle Tamara, Reidy Mairead, Moorehouse Martha, Zaslow Martha, Walsh Catherine B., Calkins Julia, Margie Nancy G., Dent Ayonda, 2008
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ln their review of school readiness indicators, Phillips and Love (1997) anticipated major data collection efforts that would increase the depth and breadth of measures of school readiness available at the national level and that might be used for…
Baldwin Dee M., Gaines Sherry K., Wold Judith Lupo, Williams Armenia, Leary Janie M., 2007
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An examination of the health behaviors and perceived health status of female child care providers employed in Georgia child care centers, including an investigation into a possible association between providers' health and the quality of child care…
New Rebecca S., 2007
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A discussion of five features of the Reggia Emilio approach to early childhood education and an examination of characteristics of this highly localized approach that makes it appealing to contemporary school reform initiatives
Fraser Susan, 2007
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An observational study of strategies used by early childhood educators to encourage young children to verbally express themselves and how non-English speaking young children from varying cultural backgrounds respond to the Reggio Emilia approach
Gilman Sheryl, 2007
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A discussion of key principles of the Reggio Emilia approach that help encourage and promote new beliefs and attitudes in terms of inclusion in the early childhood setting
Mitchell Linda M., 2007
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A discussion of the uses of new technologies and assistive technologies in early childhood classrooms based on the Reggio Emilia approach
Strong-Wilson Teresa, Ellis Julia, 2007
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A discussion of the notion from the Reggio Emilia approach that the environment acts as a third teacher and can be arranged to be used as a key source of educational promotion and insight
Hughes Eileen, 2007
Reports & Papers
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An observational study of the process implemented by a rural Alaskan Head Start program to incorporate an aspect of the Reggio Emilia approach concerning how to observe children's actions to construct images of the children
Haigh Karen M., 2007
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An investigation of how early childhood educators used the Reggio Emilia approach combined with the ideas of Paulo Freire to connect with the children, the classroom program, and the administration
McNaughton Kathryn, Krentz Caroline, 2007
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An overview of an authentic project designed to enhance undergraduate and graduate participants' understanding of the impact of collaboration, conversation, and documentation in early childhood education
Goldhaber Jeanne, 2007
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A discussion of the development of an early childhood teacher research collaborative based on the Reggio Emilia approach and guided by the concept of documentation as a cycle of inquiry
Moran Mary Jane, Desrochers Lisa, Cavicchi Nicole M., 2007
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A description of how teachers' and young children's patterns of participation in the sociocultural activities of documentation and flexible planning helped change a laboratory school community in New Hampshire
Clingenpeel Beth T., Pianta Robert C., Q1 2007
Reports & Papers
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An analysis of the association between the quality of the relationship between mothers and their children at 36 months and the amount and quality of literacy information shared during a joint book-reading task in first grade
Fagan Jay, 2007
Literature Review
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A review of literature on father involvement in early childhood programs, focusing on fathers? attitudes towards involvement, patterns, levels, and correlates of involvement, and studies about fatherhood initiatives and their impact on fathers and…
Morrissey Taryn, Warner Mildred, 2007
Literature Review
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A review of the literature examining the effects of a comprehensive approach to early care and education policy on the regional economy, the work-life balance of parents, and the development of children