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YC March 2019 Cover
Young Children
Vol. 74, No. 1
March 1, 2019

March 2019

Language & Literacy: Research-Based, Teacher-Tested Strategies
YC March 2019 Issue
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Schedule at a Glance

View the schedule at a glance for each day of the 2023 Professional Learning Institute.
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Pre-Institute Workshops

Get the most out of your institute experience and register for our Pre-Institute workshops.
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January 13, 2020

Building a System to Support Family Engagement

Successful family engagement approaches make this work part of a coordinated school- or program-wide system. In our new book, Families and Educators Together, we include numerous, real-life examples and policies that serve as a user-friendly guide...

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Authored by: 
Karen Nemeth, Derry Koralek, Kelly Ramsey
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Guiding Children by Using Questions

Asking a child about his behavior can stop the behavior as it is happening and get him to think about it. The best questions are ones that require more than a yes-or-no answer. Here are some examples.
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December 23, 2018

A Death in the Family: Helping Young Children Understand

Supporting children and their families as they cope with the death of someone close to them is never easy. If you ever need to support a child at such a time, I encourage you to refer to this list of resources.

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Authored by: 
Michael Coventry
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January 1, 2019

Spotlight on Young Children: Equity and Diversity

Informed and influenced by NAEYC’s forthcoming position statement on equity and diversity, this collection of articles contextualizes how educators of children from birth through third grade can advance equity and embrace diversity.

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Authored by: 
Cristina Gillanders, Rossella Procopio
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