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Hemmeter Mary Louise, Ostrosky Michaelene, Fox Lise K., Winter 2006
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A description of the Teaching Pyramid, a model designed to promote young children's social and emotional development and to address young children's behavior problems and its association to early education programs
Fox Lise K., Lentini Rochelle H., November, 2006
Other
Peer Reviewed
A discussion of the second tier of the "teaching pyramid model" which emphasizes planned instruction and teaching strategies for aiding young children with social and emotional issues
Florida. Department of Children and Families, 30 June, 2006
Reports & Papers
An overview of mental health services provided for children through early childhood programs, and a discussion of strategies, funding mechanisms, and policy recommendations to consider for the expansion of such services for children with emotional…
Kordt-Thomas Chad, Lee Ilene M., May 2006
Other
Peer Reviewed
An exploration of the use of floor time for play in early childhood settings, based on reflections and observations of a preschool teacher and his students in the San Francisco Bay Area in Northern California
Prendeville Jo-Anne, Prelock Patricia A., Unwin Gregory, February 2006
Other
Peer Reviewed
A discussion of characteristics of four successful peer interventions designed to help promote social competence in young children with autism, focusing on the enironment of the intervention, the role of the typical peer, and the role of the adult
Bierman Karen L., Erath Stephen A., 2006
Other
An examination of how developmental research on social competence can inform the design of interventions to promote socioemotional learning in the preschool classroom
Ahn Hey Jun, Stifter Cynthia, 2006
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A study of child care center teachers' responses to children's emotional expressions using systematic observational methods
Buckleitner Warren, 2006
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
An examination of the effects of praise and reinforcement on young children in a computer learning setting using a sorting game designed to simulate two interaction styles
Graham Doyle Brooke, Bramwell Wendie, 2006
Other
Peer Reviewed
A discussion of strategies for integrating social-emotional learning into shared reading activities with young children
Tewhey Karen, 2006
Other
Peer Reviewed
A description and overview of the outcomes of Massachusetts' Children's Support Services project, an interagency, multidisciplinary program designed to help young children with significant behavioral problems who have been asked to leave their…
Lobo Yovanka B., Winsler Adam, 2006
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
An evaluation of the impact of an eight week creative dance program on Head Start children's social competence and behavior problems
Brophy-Herb Holly, Fitzgerald Hiram, Onaga Esther E., 2006
Administration for Children and Families/OPRE Projects
Michigan State University operationalized an existing conceptual curriculum based on an infant mental health approach. The curriculum was previously developed with a partner Early Head Start (EHS) program. Specifically, this study developed a…
Derman-Sparks Louise, Ramsey Patricia G., November, 2005
Other
Peer Reviewed
A discussion about assumptions and misconceptions held by teachers about the purposes of anti-bias/multicultural education for white children and its implementation in classrooms with no apparent racial, ethnic, or cultural diversity, with a…
Johnson Kay, Knitzer Jane, November, 2005
Other

A discussion of fiscal strategies to promote the emotional health of families and young children, highlighting opportunities for policymakers and describing effective social programs

Johnson Kay, Knitzer Jane, November, 2005
Executive Summary
A summary of a discussion of fiscal strategies to promote the emotional health of families and young children, highlighting opportunities for policymakers and describing effective social programs