Articles about child development


Beechwood Kindergarteners Learn with Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood - Fred Rogers Center for Early Learning & Children's Media

Last updated: 12/11/2018

“After 30 years of teaching, I never would have thought I’d be showing Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood to my students,” says Kathy Brown, a Kindergarten teacher at Pittsburgh B

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University receives grant to support undergraduates with children | The Daily Illini

Last updated: 12/08/2018

Undergraduate students, who are also parents, can sometimes be at risk of not finishing their education. However, the Department of Education has granted the University $419,000 to

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Native Culture and Language at the Heart for Tribal Head Start Programs & Parents

Last updated: 12/06/2018

November is National Native American Heritage Month and a great opportunity to highlight exciting new research findings on an early childhood program that is helping young children

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Charitable Children Make For Happier Adults

Last updated: 12/03/2018

More adults who were raised to be charitable report being very happy today, compared to those who were raised without an emphasis on philanthropy. According to a study conducted by

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Why saying 'yes' could be the key to disciplining your 2-year-old

Last updated: 11/30/2018

A modern lifestyle brand redefining motherhood Why saying 'yes' could be the key to disciplining your 2-year-old Aubrey Hargis It isn't easy to be a 2-year-old , compelled to touch

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Home visits for new moms offer a more robust social safety net in Tulsa

Last updated: 11/30/2018

Baby Brexley was born in the hospital with the highest share of women enrolled in Medicaid in Tulsa, Okla. But she and her mother, Cortny Reddell, are receiving in-home postpartum

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Research – confident parents confident kids

Last updated: 11/25/2018

Parenting for Competence & Parenting with Competence: Essential Connections between Parenting and Social and Emotional Learning Jennifer S. Miller, Shannon B. Wanless, and Roger P.

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Digital Tools for Engaging Parents to Support Children’s Learning | ECLKC

Last updated: 11/20/2018

Other Digital Tools for Engaging Parents to Support Children’s Learning Family Engagement is an interactive process through which early childhood education providers and professi

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Our Proud Heritage: Outdoor Play Is Essential to Whole Child Development

Last updated: 11/19/2018

Throughout our careers, one of our primary goals has been to ensure that all children experience the magic of good play environments. Although some people may believe that frequen

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States Should Equip Principals to Lead the Youngest Learners in their Schools

Last updated: 11/01/2018

Each day thousands of elementary school principals work tirelessly to ensure that our elementary schools are nurturing and educational places for teachers and students. Increasingl

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