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van Oers Bert, 2003
Other
A discussion of the use of children's narratives in the classroom and ways to interpret children's narratives within a cultural context
Windisch Lydia E., Jenvey Vickii B., Drysdale Marlene, 2003
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
An investigation of attitudes toward childhood education among Indigenous parents whose children attended either Multifunctional Aboriginal Children's Services (MACS), an Indigenous-specific kindergarten or playgroup in urban or regional Victoria,…
Podmore Valerie, Sauvao Le'autuli'ilagi M., Mapa Lia, 2003
Other
Peer Reviewed
This paper describes the school transition process for children from each of New Zealand's five Pacific Islands and their families.
Leventhal Tama, Brooks-Gunn Jeanne, 2003
Other
An overview of two studies of the effects of community influences on child and family outcomes: the Project on Human Development in Chicago Neighborhoods (PHDCN), and the Los Angeles Family and Neighborhood Study (LA FANS)
United States. Administration for Children and Families. Child Outcomes Research and Evaluation, 2003
Literature Review
A summary of research on Head Start programs and appropriate program accommodations for American Indian and Native Alaskan children in the United States
Ludwig Jens, 2003
Other
A proposal that moving families from low income neighborhoods to more affluent locations may improve their opportunities for employment, their health, and their children's academic achievement
Hughes Fergus P., 2003
Other
A study of spontaneous play, examining its facilitation of child development and its dependence on a sociocultural context for support
Smolucha Francine, 2003
Other
A discussion of how the media culture influences young children's pretend play activities
Snyder James, Brooker Monica, Patrick M. Renee, Snyder Abigail, Schrepferman Lynn, Stoolmiller Mike, 2003
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
An observational, longitudinal study examining the relation between peer victimization and child development through observations of the rate that children were peer victimized on a school playground
Freeman Nancy K., Swick Kevin J., 2003
Other
Peer Reviewed
An examination of Service Learning (S-L) at the University of South Carolina?s Early Childhood teaching program, as a strategy for involving students of all ages in their communities while strengthening the links between the classroom and the real…
Willis Linda Mayo, Hornstein John, 2003
Reports & Papers
An analysis of the provision of culturally appropriate services in American Indian/Alaska Native Early Head Start (AI/AN EHS) programs, advocating a Touchpoints approach, in which practitioners of various disciplines join the system of care around a…
Gruendel Janice M., 2003
Fact Sheets & Briefs
A summary of the implementation of the Connecticut Early Childhood Alliance, a public-private coalition of organizations and individuals which serves as a catalyst for policy change necessary to improve the health, safety, learning and economic…
Gruendel Janice M., Orlick Harry, Kantor Abby, 2003
Other
An overview of business engagement in school readiness and early child care education in Connecticut
Persson Anna, Musher-Eizenman Dara R., 2003
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
An evaluation of young White children's racial attitudes after they viewed anti-prejudice television programs
Ritchie Jenny, 2003
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
An exploration of the role of biculturally relevant programs in early childhood care, based on data gathered from 18 interviews with early childhood teachers