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Perkins Kelley J., 2015
Bibliographies
The following resource is designed to help higher education faculty who are creating infant-toddler coursework for non-traditional students and are seeking materials related to culture, race and ethnicity. Following a brief explanation of the Know-…
Perkins Kelley J., 2015
Bibliographies
The following resource is designed to help higher education faculty who are creating infant-toddler coursework for non-traditional students and are seeking materials related to dual language learners. Following a brief explanation of the Know-See-Do…
Greenfield Daryl B., 2015
Bibliographies
Because of the lack of knowledge on evidence based practices in science for infants and toddlers, this review draws upon more basic theory and research on infant and toddler development, highlighting its relevance to science education for these age…
Perkins Kelley J., 2015
Bibliographies
The following resource is designed to help higher education faculty who are creating infant-toddler coursework for non-traditional students and are seeking materials related to poverty. Following a brief explanation of the Know-See-Do-Improve…
Perkins Kelley J., 2015
Bibliographies
The following resource is designed to help higher education faculty who are creating infant-toddler course work for non-traditional students and are seeking materials related to technology. Following a brief explanation of the Know-See-Do-Improve…
Clements Douglas H., Germeroth Carrie, Sovran Brittany, 2015
Bibliographies
This document presents research on the mathematical competence of infants and toddlers. We organize it in five major sections. We begin by describing our methodology. Then the research is presented in five domains: spatial relationships, number…