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Dodd-Nufrio Arleen Theresa, October, 2011
Other
Peer Reviewed
A discussion of the influence of John Dewey's theories on the Reggio Emilia model and a discussion of the child evaluation-related challenges of using the Reggio Emilia approach in American classrooms
Vanderbilt University. Peabody Research Institute, 13 September, 2011
Reports & Papers
This report provides findings on the effects of the Tools of the Mind curriculum on children's academic preparedness and self-regulation skills in comparison to classrooms using other curricular approaches. Additional notes for Tools trainers are…
Kayili Gokhan, Ari Ramazan, Fall 2011
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
This study examined the effects of the Montessori Method on preschool children's readiness to primary education. The research group is composed of five-six year olds attending SU MEF Ihsan Dogramaci Application Nursery School in 2009-2010 school…
Dickinson David K., 19 August, 2011
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Peer Reviewed
An examination of research on the role of language in later reading, a description of home and classroom factors that foster early language growth, and an overview of research on preschool interventions to enhance teachers' language practices and…
Vanderbilt University. Peabody Research Institute, 08 August, 2011
Reports & Papers
The goal of the Experimental Evaluation of the Tools of the Mind Curriculum is to determine if the Tools curriculum is more effective in enhancing children's learning-related self-regulation and academic preparedness for kindergarten when compared…
Nievar M. Angela, Jacobson Arminta L., Chen Qi, Johnson Ursula, Dier Shannon, Q3 2011
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A study of the relationships between parental income, maternal education, parental efficacy, and parenting stress and depression and home environment and a second study of the impact of a Home Instruction of Parents of Preschool Youngsters (HIPPY)…
Ebbeck Marjory, Chan Yvonne Yoke Yin, March 2011
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Peer Reviewed
A discussion of the implications and challenges for stakeholders of the possible adoption of pedagogical documentation for the improvement of preschool education in Singapore
Folque Maria A., Siraj-Blatchford Iram, 2011
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
An analysis of learning processes, activities to promote children's meta-learning, and self-regulatory dispositions of children in a Movimento da Escola Moderna implementation where preschool children participate in planning and evaluation…
Inan Hatice Zeynep, Trundle Kathy Cabe, Kantor Rebecca, December 2010
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
An ethnographic exploration of integration of natural sciences instruction into a Reggio Emilia-inspired curriculum, based on information gathered through observations of one laboratory preschool classroom at an Ohio university
Karlsdottir Kristín, Garoarsdottir Bryndis, October 2010
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A pilot qualitative study of a Te Whaariki assessment method for children's well-being and learning dispositions, based on observations and discussions among 10 children and staff in two preschool classrooms in Iceland
Lieber Joan, Butera Gretchen, Hanson Marci, Palmer Susan B., Horn Eva M., Czaja Carol, October-December 2010
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
An examination of factors that influence teachers' continued implementation of a new preschool curriculum, based on data from 33 Head Start teachers and 10 prekindergarten teachers who participated in Children's School Success (CSS), a five year…
Lieber Joan, Hanson Marci, Butera Gretchen, Palmer Susan B., Horn Eva M., Czaja Carol, October-December 2010
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
An exploration of the use of a new curriculum by teachers in the follow-up year to the initial implementation, based on a sample of 43 teachers in Head Start and prekindergarten settings who participated in the implementation year of Children's…
Buysse Virginia, Peisner-Feinberg Ellen S., September, 2010
Other
Peer Reviewed
Teachers, specialists, and parents are often the first to recognize that some young children need additional supports to learn academic skills in language, literacy, and math, but many lack specific guidance about the best way to respond to these…
Reynolds Arthur J., Temple Judy A., Ou Suh-Ruu, August 2010
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
An investigation of the extent to which cognitive and non-cognitive skills account for the measured links between participation in preschool intervention and high school completion, highest grade completed, and incarceration history in early…
Ou Suh-Ruu, Reynolds Arthur J., August 2010
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
An exploration of the relationship between gender and other factors (cognitive advantage, family support, social adjustment, motivational advantage, and school support) that account for the link between educational attainment and participation in…