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Greene Mary Lou, Sawilowsky Shlomo S., Q4 2018
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
Arts enrichment may provide important opportunities for the development of pre-academic skills, since much of what young children do as play, including singing, drawing, and dancing, engages the senses and primes the brain for learning. The Wolf…
Daugherty Lindsay, Dossani Rafiq, Johnson Erin-Elizabeth, Wright Cameron, 2014
Fact Sheets & Briefs
Providers of early childhood education (ECE) are well positioned to help ensure that technology is used effectively in ECE settings. Indeed, the successful integration of technology into ECE depends on providers who have the ability to curate the…