- Helping Others Understand Academic Rigor in Teachers’ Developmentally Appropriate Practices
www.nap.edu/catalog/9853/how-people-learn-brain-mind-experience-and-school-expanded-edition. Rogoff, B. 2003. The Cultural Nature of Human Development . Reprint ed. New York: ... with what is known about how children develop and learn (Shonkoff & Phillips 2000). Yet in studying ... offered the children the chance to activate as well as develop cognitive, social, and emotional skills ...
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- Other Articles and Resources - March 2015
& J. Copley. 2008. “The Development of Spatial Skills Through Interventions Involving Block Building ... Mind, Brain, and Education 5 (3): 143–51. Fleishman, G. 2013. “How Do Unit Blocks Help Children ... Development and Care 180 (8): 1005–17. Heisner, J. 2005. “Telling Stories With Blocks: Encouraging ...
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- Rocking and Rolling — March 2015
media on young children’s development. It turns out, the answer is not as simple or straightforward as ... their development. In fact, a large number of studies on the impact of television viewing strongly ... Content also matters for language development. Research shows that programs that ...
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- Other Articles and Resources - May 2014
the Brain, Opens the Imagination, and Invigorates the Soul. New York: Avery. Bulotsky-Shearer, ... Early Childhood Environmental Education: Foregrounding, Developing, and Connecting Knowledge Through ... Fleer, M. 2010. Early Learning and Development: Cultural-Historical Concepts in Play . New York: ...
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- Planning Environments and Materials That Respond to Young Children's Lively Minds
development and learning. Children under age 3 have exceptionally flexible brains that allow them to hear ... features in their brains that make them more conscious than adults. They also innately approach learning in ... they discover. When toddlers use their brains well, through focused, sustained activity, their ...
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- Viewpoint. Holding on to Play: Reflections on Experiences as a Playful K–3 Teacher
Play is important for brain, cognitive, linguistic, physical, psychological, and social-emotional development and well-being. It is also a vitally important basic human need, with transformative potential ... advocate through reflective journaling and professional development. I learned from the children I taught ...
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- Other Articles and Resources — July 2014
Shanahan, eds. 2006. Developing Literacy in Second-Language Learners: Report of the National Literacy ... Development Perspectives 5 (1): 15–21. Clay, M.M. 2013. An Observation Survey of Early Literacy ... Fourth-Grade Language and Reading Abilities." Child Development 82 (3): 870—86. Diller, D. 2008. ...
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- Other Articles and Resources - May 2013
Chapel Hill: The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, FPG Child Development Institute. ... Inclusive Early Childhood Classrooms.” Early Child Development and Care 177 (2): 107–20. Middendorf, ... & C A. Tomlinson. 2010. Differentiation and the Brain: How Neuroscience Supports the ...
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- Of Primary Interest
Brenne Using Brain-Based Teaching Strategies to Create Supportive Early Childhood ... Clarissa Willis Developing Self-Regulation in Kindergarten: Can We Keep All the ...
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