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7 Ideas From Reggio Emilia That Any Early Childhood Teacher Can User Can Use In this article from Abby Bucher at Edutopida magazine learn "How to adapt principles from the famed approach to foster interest-based learning for the youngest students."   Website
A Better Start: Why Classroom Diversity Matters in Early Education The results of this study show racial/ethnic and economic disparities in preschool enrollment and in the quality of preschool that children experience. Among families who do enroll in preschool, the study finds that most children attend classrooms that are homogenous in family income, and often in race/ethnicity as well. The result is a segregated system in which low-income and minority children often attend low-quality and non-diverse early-childhood programs. The authors discuss researching findings on why the socioeconomic and racial/ethnic composition of early childhood classrooms is important and provide a number of suggestions for steps that can be taken to increase diversity. Document
A to Z Teacher Stuff A to Z Teacher Stuff is a teacher-created site designed to help teachers find online resources more quickly and easily. Find lesson plans, thematic units, teacher tips, discussion forums for teachers, downloadable teaching materials, and eBooks, printable worksheets and blacklines, emergent reader books, themes, and more. This website also includes strategies to help support children with ADHD in the classroom environment. Website
ABLENET, Inc. AbleNet is a world leader in assistive technology, curriculum, and services to help individuals with disabilities lead productive and fulfilling lives. AbleNet develops and manufactures technology products and curriculum solutions that are designed specifically for individuals with disabilities. Website
Abuuritaanka Jawi Ciyaarta ku Fiican (Creating a Rich Play Environment) Mid ka mid ah doorka daryeel-yaqaan hore iyo aqoon-yahan waxbarasheed ayaa ah ka naqshadeeyaha deegaanka ay carruurtu ku ciyaaraan kuna bartaan Xaashidan tilmaantu waxay bixisaa istaraatiijiyado iyo fikrado ku saabsan abuurista jawi ciyaaro hodan ku ah carruurta yaryar. Tipsheet
Access to Pre-K Education Under the McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act This policy brief is an overview of the McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act and discusses policies that can help to increase the number of homeless children in pre-k programs. Document
Accessing Disability Services in Minnesota Guide A guide to selected services for individuals with disabilities and their families. Document
Active Supervision "Keeping children safe is a top priority for all Head Start and Early Head Start programs. The Head Start Program Performance Standards require that programs ensure no child is left alone or unsupervised by staff, consultants, contractors, or volunteers while under their care. But what is active supervision and how will it benefit children and staff?" Document
Active Supervision in Early Childhood In this Info Mod, learners will examine the meaning of active supervision and will explore strategies for the implementation of active supervision practices. Info Module
Active Supervision: Free Time Caregivers are responsible for keeping children safe. Active supervision requires constant vigilance, focused attention, and intentional observation of children at all times.  Tipsheet