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Fan, Xumei; Linder, Sandra; D'Amico, Leigh Kale; White, Kelley Mayer; Pawloski, Tammy – Early Childhood Education Journal, 2022
The impact of children's health, wellbeing, and family environment on their learning and development is evident. Identifying the needs of children and their families is the first step to effectively developing and implementing programs that promote child development. This research employed a convergent mixed methods design and incorporated…
Descriptors: Childhood Needs, Needs Assessment, Preschool Children, Physical Health
Peterson, Jean Sunde; Peters, Daniel B. – Free Spirit Publishing, 2021
Many bright and gifted kids do not feel understood or supported. For adults wanting to change that, "Bright, Complex Kids" provides guidance for gaining entrance to their internal world. This practical and easy-to-use field guide includes ideas for how and why to: (1) listen and respond; (2) self-monitor adult biases; (3) avoid…
Descriptors: Social Emotional Learning, Child Development, Interpersonal Competence, Bias
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Savanh, Phoukim; Aita, Marilyn; Héon, Marjolaine – Infants and Young Children, 2020
Many aspects may interfere with siblings' adaptation when an infant is born prematurely and hospitalized in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU). During this critical period, siblings may have sudden change of behaviors if their needs are not adequately met. Parents and neonatal nurses are often unaware of the importance of supporting siblings…
Descriptors: Siblings, Premature Infants, Hospitalized Children, Behavior Change
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van Aardt, Linda; Venketsamy, Roy; Thuketana, Nkhensani Susan; Joubert, Ina – Perspectives in Education, 2021
Rights and responsibilities are enshrined in the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa but are disregarded in many ways in the education of young children. This article focuses on comparing the experiences and perceptions of Grade 3 children of their rights and responsibilities across diverse school settings. The comparison of data sets…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Childrens Rights, Child Responsibility, Elementary School Students
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Lo, Patrick; Allard, Bradley – International Journal of Education and Literacy Studies, 2021
El Parnaso is an interesting cultural center in the small city of Young, which is located a bit north of Trinidad, Uruguay. This center is a non-profit organization dedicated to meeting the information needs of its population, and it contains a children's library and a music library. El Parnaso hosts a wide variety of activities for children and…
Descriptors: Childhood Needs, Art Education, Cultural Education, Librarians
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Falkenberg, Thomas; Krepski, Heather – Canadian Journal of Education, 2020
Given the greater attention to student well-being as a concern for school education in Canada and beyond, this article is concerned with the questions of whether, and in what way, the well-being of children should be differently conceptualized than that of adults. This theoretical article responds to these questions and argues that the conceptual…
Descriptors: Well Being, Children, Adults, Childhood Needs
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Rixon, Louise; Hastings, Richard P.; Kovshoff, Hanna; Bailey, Tom – Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 2021
We tested a novel methodological approach to examine associations between characteristics of autistic children and outcomes for siblings. Cluster analysis was used to define five groups of children with autism (n = 168) based on autism symptoms, adaptive behavior, pro-social behavior, and behavior problems. Primary and secondary parent carers, and…
Descriptors: Siblings, Sibling Relationship, Autism, Pervasive Developmental Disorders
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Rochyadi, Endang; Wulandari, Rona; Manar, Mayasari; Sunanda, Endun; Yuliana, Yopi – Education and Information Technologies, 2020
ASD children experience different development with children in general, so that requires special services to optimize children's development, one of the factors that greatly contributes to determining child development is the family environment in which children live and develop. In certain places, parents of ASD children have not yet realized and…
Descriptors: Autism, Pervasive Developmental Disorders, Intervention, Parents
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Connor, Julie; Atkinson, Cathy – Educational Psychology in Practice, 2021
While there is increasing awareness of diversity within school-based practice amongst educational psychologists (EPs), one overlooked group is arguably children born intersex, whose needs are often not identified or understood. This research reports an exploratory interview design with a single case to understand the role of an EP in casework…
Descriptors: Educational Psychology, Psychologists, Role, Children
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Tanaka, Haruhiko – Educational Studies in Japan: International Yearbook, 2021
This paper aims to examine the academic significance of the concept of "ibasho" (a place or community one feels at home), which emerged from the problem of truancy in Japanese society in the 1980s. Free schools were created as "places ibasho" for truant children. In the field of youth work, group-work-based youth organizations…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Truancy, Empowerment, Inclusion
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Verdugo, Miguel A.; Amor, Antonio M.; Arias, Víctor B.; Guillén, Verónica M.; Fernández, María; Arias, Benito – Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities, 2019
Background: The purposes of this study were to empirically determine whether the support needs construct is generalizable across children with and without intellectual disability and to conduct cross-group comparisons to explore how extraordinary and non-extraordinary support needs differ in children. Method: One thousand thirty-six children (814…
Descriptors: Differences, Children, Intellectual Disability, Childhood Needs
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Tordjman, Sylvie; Pereira Da Costa, Maria; Schauder, Silke – Journal for the Education of the Gifted, 2020
The case study of Michael Jackson illustrates the concepts of high potential, talent, and precocity in the musical domain. Studying this case of exceptional musical talent highlights the usefulness of a multidimensional approach to exploring human potential, which is not limited to academic abilities. It offers a better understanding of the…
Descriptors: Ability, Music, Talent, Gifted
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Mariam, Erum; Ahmad, Jahanara; Sarwar, Sarwat Sarah – Journal on Education in Emergencies, 2021
In August 2017, almost a million Rohingya people fled to Bangladesh to escape violence and persecution in Myanmar; 55 percent of them were children. BRAC, one of the largest nongovernmental organizations in the world, operates an initiative called the Humanitarian Play Lab model for children ages 0-6 in the Rohingya refugee camps in Bangladesh.…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Refugees, Young Children, Play
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Gehret, Hannah; Cooke, Emma; Staton, Sally; Irvine, Susan; Thorpe, Karen – Early Years: An International Journal of Research and Development, 2021
The international quality-improvement agenda for Early Childhood Education (ECE) directs attention to maximising children's learning experiences. Yet routines, and particularly those relating to sleep-rest provision, are not well conceptualised as learning opportunities. Often children who no longer sleep in the daytime are required to lie down…
Descriptors: Sleep, Childrens Attitudes, Preschool Children, Early Childhood Education
Hancock, Christine Lauren – ProQuest LLC, 2019
Early Head Start policies describe parents as partners in decision-making and require families and home visitors to co-develop child and family goals. Home visitors face a range of challenges when facilitating decisions about goals and other issues, which requires interactional skills to apply institutional resources and policies to individual…
Descriptors: Decision Making, Parent Participation, Participative Decision Making, Economically Disadvantaged
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