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Lipscomb Stephen, Shoji Megan, Terziev Jeffrey, Vogel Cheri, Aikens Nikki, Snyder Patricia A., Burchinal Margaret, August, 2020
Reports & Papers
The federal Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) of 2004 governs how states and public agencies provide educational services to eligible infants, toddlers, children, and youth with disabilities. One piece of IDEA authorizes grants to…
Gupta Sarika S., June, 2020
Other
Peer Reviewed
Let us consider teacher well-being in light of an EI/ECSE priority: inclusion. We know little progress has been made with the inclusion of young children with disabilities, increasing a mere 5.7% over two decades (Barton & Smith, 2015). We also…
Friedman-Krauss Allison, Garver Karin A., Nores Milagros, Li Zijia, Whitman Charles, April 28 2020
Reports & Papers

This report summarizes the results of a needs assessment conducted in order to understand and describe early childhood services for preschool-age children with an Individualized Education Program (IEP) in the state of Connecticut. In…

Kilgo Jennifer L., Aldridge Jerry, Vogtle Laura, Ronilo Billy, April, 2020
Other
Peer Reviewed
How do children with delays or disabilities fare in developmentally appropriate classrooms? Most early childhood special education professionals believe that developmentally appropriate practices are necessary but not sufficient to appropriately…
Kerch Cailin J., Donovan Carol A., Ernest James M., Strichik Tracye, Winchester Joy, April, 2020
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
This study of the relationship between early receptive vocabulary development and social-emotional competencies examines differences among typically developing children and peers with disabilities within a state-wide program that meets all 10 of…
Edelman Larry, 25 March, 2020
Fact Sheets & Briefs
Whether referred to as distance learning, remote instruction, tele-intervention, tele-health, tele-practice, tele-therapy, other labels, using video conferencing to support preschool and preschool special education services is not a new idea. Many…
Hong Soo-Young, Eum Jungwon, Long Yanjie, Wu Chaorong, Welch Greg W., March, 2020
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
This study aimed to investigate typically developing preschoolers' behavior toward peers with disabilities in inclusive classrooms, focusing on the co-occurrence of the interactions between children with and without disabilities with various…
Farewell Charlotte V., Puma Jini E., Mason Mondi A., Peirce Paula, Shimomura Michele, Harms Megan, March, 2020
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
Early childhood obesity is at epidemic proportions. Early child care providers have a unique opportunity to instill healthy eating and active living behaviors in children that can foster lifelong health. Academic-community partnerships that involve…
Rhoad-Drogalis Anna, Justice Laura M., March, 2020
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
This study applied multilevel modeling to examine the relationship between the percentage of children with mild/moderate disabilities in classrooms and children's language and literacy achievement over an academic year. The sample included 516…
Chen Jing, Justice Laura M., Rhoad-Drogalis Anna, Lin Tzu-Jung, Sawyer Brook E., March/April 2020
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
This study takes an ecological approach to examine how children with developmental language disorder (DLD) interact with their classmates within early childhood special education (ECSE) inclusive classrooms. Participants were 124 children with DLD,…
Coogle Christan Grygas, Ottley Jennifer Riggie, Storie Sloan, Rahn Naomi L., Kurowski-Burt Amy, March/April 2020
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A multiple-probe, single-case design was used to determine the effect of delayed and immediate performance-based feedback on preservice teachers' use of embedded learning opportunities, an evidence-based practice in early childhood special education…
Francois Jennifer, 2020
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
The current manuscript focuses on helping the reader understand the influence of teaching self-efficacy on special educator's practice and participation in PD activities as well as background on the availability of high-quality PD opportunities.…
Francois Jennifer, 2020
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
Despite the directives by IDEA and recommendations by DEC, institutions continue to struggle with the incorporation of content and experiences specific to early intervention (Cochran et al. 2012; Stayton, Whittaker, Jones, & Kersting, 2001). It…
Ottley Jennifer Riggie, Coogle Christan Grygas, Pigman Jon Ryan, Sturgeon Doug, Helfrich Sara, December, 2019
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
Online special educator preparation programs are growing in prevalence and popularity. Yet, implementing a clinical model of special educator preparation within online programs can be challenging. In this study, we explored the perspectives of the…
Weglarz-Ward Jenna M., Ang Cyndy, Gaynes Robin, January, 2019
Other
Peer Reviewed
Despite attention to early childhood education in the state over the past several years, Nevada continues to rank near the bottom of the country on educational opportunities and child outcomes (NICPR, 2018). The purpose of this paper is to discuss…