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The Emotional Environment Podcast on "The Emotional Environment&": Inclusion specialist Priscilla Weigel speaks with Cindy Croft about the impact of the "emotional" environment on children s behavior. Setting up the environment for children s success is a key piece for all early childhood or school-age practitioners to consider Podcast
The End of Bullying Begins With Me: Bullying Prevention Books for Young Children The End of Bullying Begins With Me? is the message of National Bullying Prevention Month and at A Mighty Girl we believe that?s absolutely true! By teaching our children about bullying ? what it is, the effects it has on everyone, and the ways that we can stop it ? we can work to ensure that bullying becomes a smaller and smaller part of all our lives. Document
The Essentials for Parenting Toddlers and Preschoolers Parenting is hard work! But it can also be fun and rewarding. There are many things you can do to help build a safe, stable, and nurturing relationship with your child. This website will help you handle some common parenting challenges, so you can be a more confident parent and enjoy helping your child grow. Website
The Evidence for Inclusion This one-page document will help you quickly pull up and share definitions, research findings, and access essential examples of the evidence for inclusion. Document
The Extension Center for Youth Development The Extension Center for Youth Development is a catalyst, resource and advocate to ensure high quality community opportunities for all young people to learn, lead and contribute The backbone of positive youth development programs is research. The Extension Center for Youth Development conducts and shares out-of-school time research and evaluation with policy makers, stakeholders, program leaders, decision makers and researchers to address important issues related to the field of youth development. We deliver: Original research of our own, and in partnership with others Evaluation studies to measure effectiveness and outcomes Public symposia, both traditional and online, presenting important youth development research and ideas Networking with youth development organizations in Minnesota, the United States and around the world Website
The Family Center on Disability and Technology This website is filled with assistive and instructional technology resources of interest to families of children with special needs. The website offers access to monthly newsletters, online discussions moderated by nationally recognized experts, and more. Website
The Fathers Network The Fathers Network provides current information and resources to assist all families and care providers involved in the lives of children with special needs. This information is up-to-date, helpful, and designed to promote the resilience of all family members. We have award winning monographs, videos, newsletters, and curriculum available upon request. Website
The Feelings Game Learning the faces of people and what they mean. Website
The First 1,000 Days: Nourishing America?s Future The first 1,000 days of a child?s life ? from pregnancy to age 2 ? offer a unique window of opportunity to build healthier and more prosperous futures. This report represents an attempt to contribute to that understanding and to galvanize a movement to ensure that every child in America has a healthy first 1,000 days. In Part 1 of the report, we examine the foundational role that nutrition plays in giving young children a strong start to life. In Part 2, we look at how young children and their families in the U.S. are faring when it comes to nutrition. Finally, in Part 3, we highlight areas where greater action is needed to improve the nutritional health of America?s youngest children and their families. Document
The First Sights Babies See Sculpt The Brain?s Visual Circuitry When a newborn baby opens her eyes, she does not see well at all, and it can take months for her world to come into focus. Now scientists have found more clues about what happens in the brains of baby mammals as they try to make visual sense of the world. A study, published in Nature Neuroscience, is part of a project to map the functions of the brain areas that play crucial roles in vision. Document