Report on Preschool Programs

 
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2009; Volume 41, Number 12

ESL Corner: BOOST ESL STUDENTS' COMMUNICATIVE COMPETENCE -- AND THEIR CONFIDENCE
Classroom Resources: REVOLVING DOOR: TRADE YOUR PROGRAM'S BOOKS FOR NEW ONES
Behavior Management: TACKLE AGGRESSIVE BEHAVIOR WITH THIS CONCRETE INTERVENTION PLAN
Special Needs Students: KEEP YOUR EARS OPEN TO YOUR HEARING IMPAIRED STUDENTS' NEEDS DURING INSTRU
Classroom Strategies: ENGAGE ADHD STUDENTS WITH AN ACTIVE, UPBEAT CLASSROOM

2009; Volume 41, Number 11

ESL Corner: BOOST ESL STUDENTS' COMMUNICATIVE COMPETENCE -- AND CONFIDENCE
Teaching Strategies: WATCH 'WORD WALLS' WORK WONDERS WITH EARLY LEARNERS
Student Behavior: IMPROVE STUDENTS' BEHAVIOR BY CHANGING YOUR OWN
Case Law: PROTECT YOUR STUDENTS -- AND YOUR DISTRICT -- WITH A FOOLPROOF ABUSE
Resources
Classroom Strategies: 5 TIPS TO CREATE AN ANTI-BIAS PRE-K PROGRAM ENVIRONMENT
Research & Reports: ABC'S AND 123'S DON'T INDICATE SCHOOL READINESS
Autism: MAXIMIZE AUTISTIC STUDENTS' PERFORMANCE POTENTIAL WITH 1-ON-1 INSTRUCTION

2009; Volume 41, Number 10

Parental Involvement: 7 STRATEGIES TO INCREASE FAMILY INVOLVEMENT AT YOUR SCHOOL
Extracurricular Programs: 9 MUST-HAVES FOR A HIGH QUALITY AFTER-SCHOOL PROGRAM
Special Education: LEARN THE INS AND OUTS OF THE 3 MOST COMMON HEARING DEVICES
Case Law: MUMS THE WORD WHEN IT COMES TO YOUR ADMINISTRATIVE POLICIES AND PROCEDURES
Reader Question: 4 SIMPLE STEPS TO INCREASE PARENT INVOLVEMENT
Resources:

2009; Volume 41, Number 9

ESL Corner: FAMILY ENGAGEMENT EVEN MORE IMPORTANT FOR ESL STUDENTS
Teaching Strategies: START GEOGRAPHY EDUCATION EARLY WITH A STORYBOOK THAT TRAVELS THE WORLD
Research & Reports: GOOD READING INSTRUCTION IS ONLY HALF THE BATTLE FOR MINORITIES, STUDY FINDS
Classroom Strategies: USE PICTURES TO LIGHT THE WAY FOR AUTISTIC STUDENTS
Special Education: 4 TOP-NOTCH PRACTICES FOR EDUCATING EMOTIONALLY DISTURBED STUDENTS
Teacher Training: 6 TIPS TO RECRUIT AND RETAIN SPECIAL ED TEACHERS
Resources:

2009; Volume 41, Number 8

Case Study: VIRGINIA PRE-K PROGRAM BLENDED PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SERVICES INTO UNIVERSAL SYSTEM
Case Study: ARKANSAS PRE-K PROGRAM PAID OFF IN FUTURE COST SAVINGS
Health: KEEP PARENTS IN THE LOOP ABOUT CHICKENPOX OUTBREAKS
Slants & Trends: PRE-K SPECIAL ED IDENTIFICATION IS ON THE RISE
Grants Corner: HOW TO USE THAT GRANT MONEY TO SET UP AN EFFECTIVE, COMMUNITY-MINDED PRE-K PROGRAM

2009; Volume 41, Number 7

Case Study :ARKANSAS PRE-K PROGRAM PAYS OFF IN FUTURE COST SAVINGS
Research & Reports :UN GROUP TACKLES GENDER & EARLY EDUCATION TOPIC
Research & Reports :BUSINESSES SEEK PRE-K EXPANSION, IMPROVED PROGRAM STANDARDS
Slants & Trends :PRE-K SPECIAL ED IDENTIFICATION IS ON THE RISE
Slants & Trends : ORGANIZATION WORKS WITH PARENTS TO IMPROVE LEARNING
Case Study :VIRGINIA PRE-K PROGRAM BLENDS PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SERVICES INTO UNIVERSAL SYSTEM

2009; Volume 41, Number 6

State News: ILLINOIS EARLY CHILDHOOD SUMMIT PAVES THE WAY FOR PRE-K INITIATIVE
Research & Reports: DESPITE LOWER PROGRAM ENROLLMENT, LATINOS STRONGLY SUPPORT PRE-K
Child Health: CALL FOR MORE AWARENESS OF CHILD HEALTH INSURANCE NEEDS
Poverty: ANTI-POVERTY PROGRAM LACKS CRITICAL FINANCIAL OVERSIGHT, GAO CHARGES
Nutrition: TOO MANY ELIGIBLE CHILDREN'S NUTRITION SUBSIDIES TAKE A SUMMER VACATION
Research & Reports: CHILD CARE WORKERS NEED PAID SICK LEAVE, DEMANDS CLASP
Slants & Trends: PRE-K SPECIAL ED IDENTIFICATION IS ON THE RISE

2009; Volume 41, Number 5

Health: CDC RECOMMENDED IMMEDIATE FLU VACCINE FOR PRE-K KIDS AND STAFF
Research & Reports: CDC SUPPORTED EFFORTS TO DETECT DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES
Autism: MAJOR AUTISM STUDY SOUGHT TO PINPOINT A CAUSE
Autism: LEAP PROGRAM DIDN'T LEAVE AUTISTIC PRESCHOOLERS BEHIND
Research & Reports: FRUIT JUICE INTAKE ISN'T LINKED TO PRESCHOOLERS' WEIGHT, SAID STUDY
IDEA: SPECIAL ED REGULATIONS PROMISED TO CLEAR UP QUESTIONS
WIC:WIC OFFICIALS PROPOSEDCUTTING DAIRY PRODUCTS, ADDING MORE FRUIT
Pre-K: FULL-DAY PRE-K PROGRAMS PAID OFF, BUT STRUGGLED FOR FUNDING
Research & Reports: INTERACTIVE TV BENEFITS TODDLERS MORE THAN PRE-RECORDED PROGRAMMING

2009; Volume 41, Number 4

Head Start: DO EXPANDING KINDERGARTEN PROGRAMS THREATEN HEAD START RESOURCES?
Research & Reports: CHILDCARE CENTERS GET A BAD RAP -- OR DO THEY?
Take Note: DISADVANTAGES FOR URBAN BLACKS, HISPANICS START AT BIRTH
Instruction: QUALITY TEACHING IS KEY TO SUCCESS FOR LOW-INCOME CHILDREN
Teaching Strategies: FIND A TREASURE TROVE OF FREE BOOKS IN ONLINE SWAP
Research & Reports: PRESCHOOLS COULD HELP LEVEL THE PLAYING FIELD FOR HISPANICS
Teaching Strategies: 5 REASONS WHY CONCEPT MAPS ARE A GOOD FIT FOR PRESCHOOL

2009; Volume 41, Number 3

Research & Reports: WORLD DEVELOPING REGIONS STRIVE FOR QUALITY PRE--PRIMARY EDUCATION
Kindergarten: MORE 5--"YEAR--"OLDS ATTENDED SCHOOL FOR ENTIRE DAY IN 2006
Autism: EXPERTS FIND DISTURBING LINK BETWEEN AUTISM AND TELEVISION
Headstart: HEADSTART STILL BEST OPTION FOR YOUNG CHILDREN, SAY PSYCHOLOGISTS
Policy: K-12 PROGRESS DEPENDS ON IMPROVED EARLY CHILDHOOD FRAMEWORK, INSISTS NACCRRA
Research & Reports: QUALITY PRE--K RAISES OUTCOMES FOR HISPANIC CHILDREN
Research & Reports: RISK FACTORS TEACH OFFICIAL HOW TO SPEND PRE--K FUNDS

2009; Volume 41, Number 2

Childcare: 3 TIPS SHOW YOU WHAT TO DO WHEN A CHILD BITES
Teaching Strategies: GIVE EARLY LITERACY A JUMPSTART BY USING 'ENVIRONMENTAL PRINT' IN YOUR CLAS
ESL Corner: BOOST ESL STUDENTS' COMMUNICATIVE COMPETENCE -- AND CONFIDENCE
Funding: 12 GRANT WRITING DO'S -- AND DONTS
Teaching Strategies: 5 FUN ACTIVITIES WILL ENDEAR STUDENTS TO YOUR WORD WALL

2009; Volume 41, Number 1

Research & Reports: ACHIEVEMENT GAP CAN BE CLOSED EARLY ON, THANKS TO TOP-NOTCH TEACHERS
Childcare: GUIDE PARENTS' CHILDCARE DECISIONS WITH 38 KEY QUESTIONS
Health: PRACTICE PINK EYE PREVENTION WITH THESE 3 TIPS
Slants & Trends: ANSWER THESE 3 QUESTIONS TO SEE IF HIGH-ACHIEVING ENVIRONMENTS ARE RIGHT FOR KIDS
Teaching Strategies: PLAYGROUNDS ARE MORE THAN CHILD'S PLAY -- LEARN TO EXERCISE MINDS TOO
Child Development: HEED THESE WARNING SIGNS OF DEVELOPMENTAL DELAY

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