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Early Childhood

Reading List and Resources


ARTICLES

Really Seeing Children: Tools for Observation and Reflection – Seeing Children, Curtis, Deb (2008)

Really Seeing Children: Tools for Observation and Reflection – Reflective Teacher, Carter, Margie, Cividanes, Wendy, Curtis, Deb, & Lebo, Debbie (2009)

Seeing and Supporting Children’s Active Bodies (and Minds), Curtis, Deb, Child Care Exchange (2018)

What’s the Risk of No Risk?, Curtis, Deb, Child Care Exchange (2010)

Is There Math in Frustrating Behaviors? Thinking About Schemas?, Curtis, Deb & Jaboneta, Nadia, Teaching Young Children (2017)

Seeing Children Find Endless Possibilities, Curtis, Deb & The United Way Bright Beginnings, Child Care Exchange (2014)


RESOURCES

Scale for Teachers' Assessment of Routines Engagement, McWilliam, R.A., Frank Porter Graham Child Development Center, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (2000)

Incidental Teaching Reflection Form

Receiving Consultation/Integrated Therapy, Siskin Children’s Institute Early Learning Centers and Center for Child & Family Research (2009)

Integrating Therapy into the Classroom: Individualizing Inclusion in Child Care, McWilliam, R.A. & Scott, Stacy (2001)

Really Seeing Children: Tools for Observation and Reflection – Thinking Lens, Curtis, Deb & Carter, Maggie, adapted from Learning Together with Young Children in collaboration with Pelo, Ann (2007)

Really Seeing Children: Tools for Observation and Reflection – Sensory Motor Environment Assessment, Curtis & Carter, adapted from Designs for Living and Learning (2014)

Really Seeing Children: Tools for Observation and Reflection - Sensory Motor Skills: Fact Sheet, Center for Speech, Language and Occupational Therapy

Really Seeing Children: Tools for Observation and Reflection - Supporting the Active Body/Brain Connections, Curtis, Deb & Carter, Margie, Adapted from Learning Together with Young Children; A Curriculum Framework for Reflective Teaching (2017)

Really Seeing Children: Tools for Observation and Reflection – Asses Sensory Motor Elements in your Environment

Schema Theory Overview, Adapted from Van Wijk, Nikolien, Getting Started with Schemas; Revealing the Wonderful World of Children’s Play, New Zealand Playcentre Foundation (2006)

Schema Theory Chart, Thornhill, Michelle (2015)

Assess Your Own Dispositions on a Continuum, Curtis, Deb & Carter, Margie, From Reflecting Children’s Lives

Cultivating Useful Dispositions: Principles of Improvisational Theater

Roles for Teachers, Curtis, Deb & Carter, Margie, Adapted from Reflecting Children’s Lives: A Handbook for Planning Child-Centered Curriculum

Useful Dispositions, Curtis, Deb & Carter, Margie, From Reflecting Children’s Lives

Using Our Power Intentionally, Jones, Elizabeth, Adapted from Understanding Teachers’ Use of Power, Trook, Eve (1983)


WEBSITES

Carlson and Zelazo Lab, Institute of Child Development, University of Minnesota

Reflection Sciences, Inc.

Harvard Center on the Developing Child 

Child Care Exchange

Redleaf Press

 


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