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Young Children
June 3, 2024

The LEARN Framework: Supporting Self-Regulation in Diverse Early Childhood Settings

NAEYC promotes high-quality early learning for all children, birth through age 8, by connecting practice, policy, and research. We advance a diverse early childhood profession and support all who care for, educate, and work on behalf of young children.

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Tahnee L. Wilder, Ashley Y. Grays, Fanica Young, Danica Moise, Sharde Theodore
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New children’s books too good to miss!
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Young Children
June 3, 2024

The Reading Chair: Summer 2024

New children’s books too good to miss

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Isabel Baker, Miriam Baker Schiffer
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Young Children
March 1, 2024

Toward An Equity-Centered Approach to Early Childhood Social Studies

In this article, we follow Ms. Mena’s kindergartners’ lead to imagine an approach to early childhood social studies that makes space and time for inquiry into compelling social studies questions.

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Anna Falkner, Noreen Naseem Rodríguez
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new books too good to miss!
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Young Children
March 1, 2024

The Reading Chair

New children’s books too good to miss!

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Isabel Baker, Miriam Baker Schiffer
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An Innocent Question Packed with Opportunity

Author Maria Beteta describes how an innocent question became an opportunity to explore powerful concepts such as identity, culture, self-perception, differences, and similarities that connect us all.

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Maria Jose Beteta
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Embracing Disability Identity: Representation in Literature as a Tool Towards Inclusivity

In this article, we share how reading experiences served as jumping off points for exploring how disability representation in children’s literature can be incorporated as an essential component of teacher preparation and children’s literacy learning. 

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Authored by: 
Maria Mavrides Calderon, Isabel Mavrides-Calderon
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