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This four volume encyclopedia provides detailed entries on policy, research, and practice in early childhood education.
Addresses critical, cutting edge research on child development, curriculum, policy, and research and evaluation strategies.
Explains key ideas and issues in Early Childhood such as assessment, development, family interaction, and appropriate level practices. Provides practical applications of technology, play, and more.
Addresses the value of play for children in terms of their development, and how educators may take advantage of play in the classroom.
Free, online encyclopedia covering child psychosocial development from conception to age five. Produced by Canada's Centre of Excellence for Early Childhood Development.
This handbook covers how socialization, media, and other factors affect child development.
Definitive reference for diversity issues in education, including race, class, gender, religion, language, exceptionality, and global dimensions of diversity.
Tackles the often contentious history and current movements among both educational reformers and dissenters.
Examines how children and youth survive and thrive despite adversity. Covers theories of resilience, the conduct of research, and interventions across cultures and contexts.
Each video demonstrates young children practicing early math skills , and downloadable handouts provide activity ideas for parents and caregivers.
Online video focusing on the development and training of teachers. Browse or search for footage of classroom interactions, as well as lectures, documentaries, and demonstrations.
Videatives compiles short video clips of children and teachers, along with informed interpretation by educators. Sample topics include spatial relations, child-child and child-teacher communication. Videos and analysis are arranged by subject and age of child.
A great multidisciplinary database, this resource provides access to peer-reviewed journal articles in the humanities, sciences, social sciences, medicine, and technology.
ScienceDirect is a great database for social and behavioral sciences and a wide variety of physical, life, and health science articles as well. Many of the articles are available in full-text.
A great education source, ERIC provides citations and abstracts--and sometimes full text--from scholarly journals, conference proceedings, government documents, theses, dissertations, and technical reports going back to 1966.
Teacher Reference Center covers a broad range of topics for K-12 grades and higher education. Topics include curriculum development, current pedagogical theories, literacy standards, elementary education and more.
Connects you to international scholarly literature in the psychological, social, behavioral, and health sciences fields. Compiled & maintained by American Psychological Association (APA).
Covers education, social work, sociology, psychology and more. Includes articles from scholarly and trade journals, as well as newspapers and magazines.