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Grolig, Lorenz; Cohrdes, Caroline; Tiffin-Richards, Simon P.; Schroeder, Sascha – Reading and Writing: An Interdisciplinary Journal, 2019
The development of preschoolers' language skills is influenced by literacy environments and individual differences in storybook exposure. Extant research is limited as most studies (a) investigate the effects on lower level language (LLL; e.g., vocabulary, grammar), but not the effects on higher level language (HLL; e.g., comprehension monitoring,…
Descriptors: Preschool Children, Language Skills, Childrens Literature, Family Environment
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Hashmi, Ahmar H.; Bennett, Alina M.; Tajuddin, Nadeem N.; Hester, Rebecca J.; Glenn, Jason E. – Advances in Health Sciences Education, 2021
Correctional systems in several U.S. states have entered into partnerships with academic medical centers (AMCs) to provide healthcare for persons who are incarcerated. One AMC specializing in the care of incarcerated patients is the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston (UTMB), which hosts the only dedicated prison hospital in the U.S.…
Descriptors: Medical Education, Medical Students, Institutionalized Persons, Correctional Institutions
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Saverio, Bellizzi; McDougall, Lori; Manji, Sheila; Lincetto, Ornella – Journal on Education in Emergencies, 2021
Current estimates are that more than one-third of the annual neonatal deaths worldwide occur in humanitarian and fragile settings (United Nations Population Fund 2015). In this article, we focus on the recent multistakeholder effort to produce the "Roadmap to Accelerate Progress for Every Newborn in Fragile and Humanitarian Settings…
Descriptors: Neonates, Infant Mortality, International Programs, Health
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Zerden, Lisa de Saxe; Jones, Anne; Brigham, Rebecca; Kanfer, Meryl; Zomorodi, Margaret – Journal of Social Work Education, 2017
An essential aspect of integrated care is the coordination of medical and behavioral health needs concurrently. This has sparked renewed emphasis on interprofessional (IP) education and practice. The impetus for IP efforts was crystalized in large part because of health care reforms, and federal funding to expand the behavioral health work force.…
Descriptors: Masters Programs, Social Work, Behavior, Health Services
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Monroe, Martha C.; Crandall, Chelsey; Maynard, Lily T. – Journal of Environmental Education, 2021
Direct experiences in nature enable us learn and form environmental attitudes. Being influenced by nature as children is thought to help form a connection to nature that can lead to a lifetime of pro-environmental behaviors. A survey of adults in a watershed with a damaged estuary, however, suggests that concern and environmental identity were…
Descriptors: Conservation (Environment), Behavior, Attitudes, Predictor Variables
Grella, Melissa A. – ProQuest LLC, 2015
The purpose of the study was to explore the aesthetic foundation of the Waldorf pedagogy in order to understand how art and aesthetic experiences may develop care toward the environment. A form of humanistic education developed by Rudolf Steiner in the early twentieth century, Waldorf education is a learning model envisioned as a framework for…
Descriptors: Aesthetics, Teaching Methods, Art, Conservation (Environment)
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Watamura, Sarah Enos; Phillips, Deborah A.; Morrissey, Taryn W.; McCartney, Kathleen; Bub, Kristen – Child Development, 2011
Using data from the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development Early Child Care Research Network (NICHD SECCYD), the authors examined whether interactions between home and child-care quality affect children's social-emotional adjustment at 24, 36, and 54 months (N = 771). Triadic splits on quality of home and child care were used to…
Descriptors: At Risk Persons, Child Care, Family Environment, Emotional Adjustment
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Cross, Donna; Shaw, Therese; Epstein, Melanie; Pearce, Natasha; Barnes, Amy; Burns, Sharyn; Waters, Stacey; Lester, Leanne; Runions, Kevin – European Journal of Education, 2018
Peer bullying increases in times of school transition, influenced by changing peer and friendship groups, new schooling environments and greater stress. Covert forms of bullying, including cyberbullying, become more common in secondary school and cause considerable distress and long-term harm. The period of transition to secondary school is…
Descriptors: Bullying, Computer Mediated Communication, Secondary School Students, Intervention
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Monahan, Tony – Journal of Invitational Theory and Practice, 2017
A core component of invitational education is taking an intentionally inviting stance, whereby the teacher achieves and maintains an optimally inviting environment by intentionally practicing care, trust, respect, and optimism with students. These elements are rooted in the affective domain. Affective teaching involves the use of empathy. Humans…
Descriptors: Empathy, Educational Theories, Educational Practices, Teacher Student Relationship
Pastel, Encian; Steele, Katie; Nicholson, Julie; Maurer, Cyndi; Hennock, Julia; Julian, Jonathan; Unger, Tess; Flynn, Nathanael – Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2019
By offering practical steps for adults who work with young children to build inclusive and intentional spaces where all children receive positive messages about their unique gender selves, this book increases awareness about gender diversity in learning environments such as child care centres, family child care homes and preschools. The book is…
Descriptors: Student Diversity, Early Childhood Education, Young Children, Educational Environment
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Gallegos, Anne; White, Catherine Roller; Ryan, Caitlin; O'Brien, Kirk; Pecora, Peter J.; Thomas, Preneka – Journal of Family Social Work, 2011
This article is based on the findings from a subset of gender identity and sexual orientation questions from The Casey Field Office Mental Health Study (CFOMH). It aims to contribute the experiences of youth in the care of Casey Family Programs to the increasing body of research on lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, or questioning (LGBTQ) youth…
Descriptors: Adolescents, Homosexuality, Sexual Identity, Foster Care
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Miller, Wendy; Cardamone, Ashley – Art Education, 2021
This article shares a curriculum developed by preservice art teachers to encourage 9th-grade art education students to learn and create together, making decorative rain barrels to help their community's future and discover how artmaking can help provide sustainable ways to address ecological challenges related to their local environment. A…
Descriptors: Art Education, Ecology, Social Justice, Conservation (Environment)
Meacham, Deborah, Ed. – Center for the Study of Child Care Employment, 2019
When the Model Work Standards were first crafted more than two decades ago, they were built on the premise that quality child care jobs are the cornerstone of high-quality services for children and families. The intent of these standards is to make it possible for those who choose family child care as a career to reasonably and responsibly support…
Descriptors: Early Childhood Education, Child Care, Family Environment, Caregivers
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Rishel, Carrie W.; Hartnett, Helen P. – Journal of Social Work Education, 2017
Changes in health care policy have led to an expansion of integrated care models that rely on collaboration among interprofessional health teams. Recent federal funding has encouraged the development of innovative training models to prepare social workers for integrated health practice. This article presents evidence from the first two MSW cohorts…
Descriptors: Masters Programs, Mental Health, Behavioral Sciences, Training
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Wenger-Schulman, A. R. S.; Hoffman, Lauren – Afterschool Matters, 2018
Middle School 88 in Brooklyn, New York serves a community of students often considered at high risk for dropping out of high school and other socially undesirable behaviors. In this high-need setting, the authors designed and implemented an environmental education program designed to meet the needs of urban youth of color. The approach they used,…
Descriptors: Middle Schools, Urban Schools, At Risk Students, Minority Group Students
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