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Miller Suzanne, Fall 2005
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Peer Reviewed
A description of ways early childhood teachers can support the six pledges contained in Manifesto 2000, which promotes the creation of a culture of peace and nonviolence in schools and classrooms
Cesarone Bernard, 2005
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A column summarizing books and articles related to school readiness, particularly resources that focus on how families and communities influence and support children's school readiness
Readdick Christine A., Chapman Paula L., 2000
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An exploration of children?s feelings about time out, based on interviews with 42 three- and four-year-old children in 11 child care centers who had recently been in time out
Bhavnagri Navaz P., Gonzalez-Mena Janet, 1997
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A criticism of universal child care and a discussion of the need for early intervention and family integration to account for cultural disparities in children?s needs
McMahon Rebecca, Saunders DeLaura, Bardwell Tracey, Winter 1996-1997
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A discussion of how teachers can use multicultural books to create in young children cultural awareness of American Indians, with a list of high quality American Indian literature
Derman-Sparks Louise, Winter 1993
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A discussion of what early childhood teachers can do to ensure that children develop to their fullest potential and learn to resist the racism, sexism, classism, heterosexism, and ableism pervasive in society
Schon Isabel, Greathouse Betty, 1990
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A discussion of the developmental literacy characteristics of toddlers, preschoolers, and early elementary school students, and a list of developmentally appropriate books in Spanish, meant to assist the teacher in promoting cultural diversity among…