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Title: Stuff & new stuff: Informative publications for teachers and families (review of Learning to Talk and Listen: An Oral Language Resource for Early Childhood Caregivers)
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Source: Texas Child Care, 2010, 34 :2    
Subjects: Oral reading Reading (Preschool) Child caregivers
Additional Information: ID: 684; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 89979
 
Title: Crying babies: Answering the call of infant cries
Authors: Faris,Melodi;McCarroll,Elizabeth
Source: Texas Child Care, 2010, 34 :2 ,pg 14- 21
Subjects: Crying in infants Infants - Development Child caregivers
Additional Information: ID: 692; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 90088
 
Title: Persistence in the Face of Academic Challenge for Economically Disadvantaged Children
Authors: Brown,Eleanor D.
Source: Journal of Early Childhood Research, 2009, 7 :2 ,pg 173- 184
Subjects: Intelligence Poverty Persistence Economically Disadvantaged Disadvantaged Youth Achievement Gap Academic Achievement Caregivers At Risk Students Preschool Children Early Intervention Interviews Attention Span African American Students Hispanic American St
Additional Information: ID: 3522; LV: Early Childhood Education
Ref ID: 93931
 
Title: Texas parenting news: Six things caregivers wish parents would do
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Source: Texas Child Care, 2009, 33 :1 ,pg Insert-  
Subjects: Child caregivers Education - Parent participation
Additional Information: ID: 357; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 79328
 
Title: Spend Your Whole Life Learning and Giving!: An Interview with Alice Sterling Honig
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Source: Early Childhood Research & Practice, 2009, 11 :2    
Subjects: Caregivers Young Children Social Development Child Care Child Development Interviews Recognition (Achievement) Nutrition Parent Child Relationship Language Acquisition College Faculty
Additional Information: ID: 4438; LV: Early Childhood Education
Ref ID: 93531
 
Title: Rocking and Rolling: Supporting Infants, Toddlers, and Their Families. New Year's Resolutions for Infant/Toddler Teachers
Authors: Britt,Donna R.;Gillespie,Linda Groves
Source: Young Children, 2008, 63 :1 ,pg 50- 52
Subjects: Child Caregivers Child Rearing Toddlers Infants Infant Care Professional Associations Early Childhood Education Preschool Teachers
Additional Information: ID: 4472; TA: Teachers; LV: Early Childhood Education
Ref ID: 93903
 
Title: Rocking and Rolling: Supporting Infants, Toddlers, and Their Families. New Year's Resolutions for Infant/Toddler Teachers
Authors: Britt,Donna R.;Gillespie,Linda Groves
Source: Young Children, 2008, 63 :1 ,pg 50- 52
Subjects: Child Caregivers Child Rearing Toddlers Infants Infant Care Professional Associations Early Childhood Education Preschool Teachers
Additional Information: ID: 4974; TA: Teachers; LV: Early Childhood Education
Ref ID: 93904
 
Title: Early Childhood Intervention: Support for teachers and caregivers
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Source: Texas Child Care, 2008, 32 :2 ,pg 23-  
Subjects: Children with disabilities - Services for Caregivers - Services for
Additional Information: ID: 9362; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 44808
 
Title: Infants' interactions with professional caregivers at 3 and 6 months of age: A longitudinal study
Authors: Albers,Esther M.;Riksen-Walraven,J. Marianne;de Weerth,Carolina
Source: Infant Behavior & Development, 2007, 30 :4 ,pg 631- 640
Subjects: Caregivers Child Care Emotional Responses Infant Development Interpersonal Interaction Day Care Centers Human Male Female Netherlands caregiver infant interaction professional caregivers negative emotionality child care centers Emotional Availability Scal
Additional Information: ID: 5611; FC: Electronic; ME: Empirical Study; Longitudinal Study; Quantitative Study; AE: Childhood (birth-12 yrs); Infancy (2-23 mo); Adulthood (18 yrs & older); GI: This study was supported by a grant from the Netherlands Organization for Scientific Re
Ref ID: 93606
 
Title: Second Home: A Day in the Life of a Model Early Childhood Program
Authors: Bainer,Claire Copenhagen;Hale,Liisa
Source: , 2007, : ,pg Redleaf Press; 296p-  
Subjects: Teacher Role Kindergarten Caregivers Play Infants Preschool Children Educational Environment Child Care Interaction Family School Relationship Early Childhood Education Interprofessional Relationship Professional Training Peer Relationship California
Additional Information: ID: 3466; TA: Teachers; LV: Early Childhood Education; Preschool Education
Ref ID: 93680
 
Title: Babies and toddlers in non-parental daycare can avoid stress and anxiety if they develop a lasting secondary attachment bond with one carer who is consistently accessible to them
Authors: Bowlby,Richard
Source: Attachment & Human Development.Special Issue: The life and work of John Bowlby: A tribute to his centenary, 2007, 9 :4 ,pg 307- 319
Subjects: Attachment Behavior Attachment Theory Caregivers Child Day Care Infant Development Defense Mechanisms Dissociation Human Male Female attachment seeking response response termination baby & toddler attachement figures babies secondary attachment bonds non-
Additional Information: ID: 5612; FC: Electronic; AE: Childhood (birth-12 yrs); Infancy (2-23 mo); LR: 20080211 (PsycINFO) RX: 3 (on Aug 01, 2010)
Ref ID: 93861
 
Title: Effects of Professional Development Training on Joint Attention Engagement in Low-Quality Childcare Centers
Authors: Cain,David W.;Rudd,Loretta C.;Saxon,Terrill F.
Source: Early Child Development and Care, 2007, 177 :2 ,pg 159- 185
Subjects: Interpersonal Competence Child Caregivers Attention Toddlers Caregiver Training Caregiver Child Relationship Educational Quality Child Care Centers Professional Development Control Groups ERIC
Additional Information: ID: 4269; Includes 63 bibliographical references; PD: Bibliography
Ref ID: 94002
 
Title: Effects of Professional Development Training on Joint Attention Engagement in Low-Quality Childcare Centers
Authors: Cain,David W.;Rudd,Loretta C.;Saxon,Terrill F.
Source: Early Child Development and Care, 2007, 177 :2 ,pg 159- 185
Subjects: Attention Interpersonal Competence Toddlers Child Care Centers Child Caregivers Professional Development Caregiver Training Educational Quality Caregiver Child Relationship Control Groups Texas Infant Toddler Environment Rating Scale
Additional Information: ID: 4488; LV: Early Childhood Education
Ref ID: 94003
 
Title: From Training to Technical Assistance in Professional Development: The Stories of Project CREATE and Project INSITE
Authors: Buell,Martha Jane;Adams,Jennifer;Rutherford,Whitney;Radnai-Griffin,Dorit
Source: Zero to Three, 2006, 26 :3 ,pg 20- 27
Subjects: Professional Development Technical Assistance Inservice Teacher Education Child Care Child Care Centers Child Caregivers Training Delaware
Additional Information: ID: 5239; LV: Early Childhood Education
Ref ID: 93958
 
Title: From One Class to Another: How Transitions May Affect Infants and Toddlers. FPG Snapshot #25
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Source: , 2005, :    
Subjects: Toddlers Social Behavior Caregivers Child Development Psychological Patterns Child Care Centers Infants Stress Variables ERIC
Additional Information: ID: 4284
Ref ID: 93541
 
Title: Changing brain activation needs determine early crying: A hypothesis
Authors: Blass,Elliot M.
Source: Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 2004, 27 :4 ,pg 460- 461
Subjects: Caregivers Child Care Crying Infant Vocalization Parent Child Relations Brain Development Brain Stimulation Theory of Evolution Human infant crying parenting environment caregiving behavior signal functions parent infant relations evolutionary theory brai
Additional Information: ID: 5635; FC: Print; LR: 20080303 (PsycINFO) RX: 1 (on Aug 01, 2010)
Ref ID: 93824
 
Title: Early infant crying as a behavioral state rather than a signal
Authors: Barr,Ronald G.
Source: Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 2004, 27 :4 ,pg 460- 460
Subjects: Caregivers Child Care Crying Infant Vocalization Parent Child Relations Adaptive Behavior Child Abuse Theory of Evolution Human infant crying parenting environment caregiving behavior signal functions parent infant relations evolutionary theory Shaken Bab
Additional Information: ID: 5634; FC: Print; LR: 20080303 (PsycINFO)
Ref ID: 93712
 
Title: Caregivers' epistemological beliefs in toddler programs
Authors: Berthelsen,Donna;Brownlee,Joanne;Boulton-Lewis,Gillian
Source: Early Child Development and Care, 2002, 172 :5 ,pg 503- 516
Subjects: epistemological beliefs knowing learning caregiving caregivers toddler care programs Child Care Workers Employee Attitudes Epistemology Child Care Knowledge Level
Additional Information: ID: 1753; ID: 459; ID: 1510; 11030-007. First Author & Affiliation: Berthelsen, Donna; Queensland U of Technology, Ctr for Applied Studies in Early Childhood, Brisbane, QLD, Australia. Other Journal Title: Early Child Development and Care. Release Date: 2
Ref ID: 93782
 
Title: Research Notes, 2002
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Source: Research Notes; Spr-Win 2002, 2002, : ,pg 10- 10
Subjects: Access to Services Illinois Universal Preschool Early Childhood Education Administrators Child Care Child Care Centers Child Caregivers Credentials Government Role Integrated Services Leadership Needs Assessment Periodicals Program Descriptions Staff Meet
Additional Information: ID: 6119; NO: Source type: scholarlyjournals; Object type: Article; CSAUnique: ED472551; AccNum: ED472551
Ref ID: 93551
 
Title: Focus on Infants & Toddlers (Ages 0-3): A Quarterly Newsletter for the Education Community, 2000-2001
Authors: Barry,Virginia M., (Ed.);Cantor,Patricia, (Ed.)
Source: Focus on Infants and Toddlers, 2001, 13 :1-4    
Subjects: Child Caregivers Child Development Child Rearing Classroom Techniques Computer Uses in Education Cultural Differences Day Care Discipline Educational Technology Employer Supported Day Care Infant Care Infants Parent Attitudes Personal Narratives Preschool
Additional Information: ID: 4672; Published quarterly. For volume 12, see ED 454 992.; LV: Preschool Education
Ref ID: 93718
 
Title: La qualite des services de garde en milieu scolaire: relation avec la formation et l'experience du personnel (Relationship between the Quality of School-Age Child Care and Training and Experience of Staff)
Authors: Baillargeon,Madeleine;Larouche,Helene;Roy,Chantal
Source: Canadian Journal of Research in Early Childhood Education, 1999, 7 :3 ,pg 207- 207-221
Subjects: Quebec Early Childhood Education Administrators After School Programs Child Caregivers Educational Quality Foreign Countries School Age Day Care Teacher Education
Additional Information: ID: 6147; NO: Source type: scholarlyjournals; Object type: Article; Object type: Technical Report; CSAUnique: EJ586560; AccNum: EJ586560; ISSN: 0827-0899
Ref ID: 93677
 
Title: Research Notes, 1998
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Source: Research Notes; Sum-Fall 1998, 1998, :    
Subjects: Day Care Quality National Louis University IL Early Childhood Education Higher Education Administrator Characteristics Administrator Qualifications Administrator Role Administrators Child Care Occupations Child Caregivers Day Care Day Care Centers Researc
Additional Information: ID: 6150; NO: Source type: scholarlyjournals; Object type: Article; CSAUnique: ED426778; AccNum: ED426778
Ref ID: 93563
 
Title: Negotiating the Challenges of the "Survival" Stage of Professional Development
Authors: Baptiste,Nancy;Sheerer,Marilyn
Source: Early Childhood Education Journal, 1997, 24 :4 ,pg 265- 265-267
Subjects: Beginning Administrators Administrators Adult Development Beginning Teacher Induction Beginning Teachers Child Caregivers Developmental Stages Mentors Professional Development
Additional Information: ID: 6161; NO: Source type: scholarlyjournals; Object type: Commentary; Object type: Article; CSAUnique: EJ549503; AccNum: EJ549503; ISSN: 1082-3301
Ref ID: 93697
 
Title: How Many Ways Can You Think of to Use NAEYC's Code of Ethics?
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Source: Young Children, 1995, 51 :1    
Subjects: National Association Educ of Young Children Early Childhood Education Administrators Child Caregivers Codes of Ethics Preschool Teachers Professional Development Teacher Behavior Training
Additional Information: ID: 6170; NO: Source type: scholarlyjournals; Object type: Commentary; Object type: Article; CSAUnique: EJ513989; AccNum: EJ513989; ISSN: 0044-0728
Ref ID: 93565
 
Title: The development of shared attention during infancy
Authors: Adamson,L. B.;Bakeman,Roger
Source: , 1991, :   41
Subjects: summarizes studies of shared attention between infants & caregivers Attention Childhood Development Parent Child Communication
Additional Information: ID: 1669; ID: 434; ID: 306; 97572-001. First Author & Affiliation: Adamson, Lauren B.; Georgia State U, Atlanta, GA, US. Release Date: 19921101. Publication Type: Book; Edited Book. Document Type: Original Chapter. ISBN: 1-85302-114-8, hardcover. Language
Ref ID: 93584
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