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Le Pichon, Emmanuelle; Kambel, Ellen-Rose – Childhood Education, 2022
The Language Friendly School network is a response to the growing diversity and multilingualism present in schools around the world, a result of people migrating to find employment, reunite with relatives, or escape war and conflict. It is estimated that over 200 million school children do not receive education in a language they understand. In…
Descriptors: Student Diversity, Language of Instruction, Culturally Relevant Education, Administrator Role
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Sampson, Seth A.; Perry, Cody J.; Johnson, Josiah – Childhood Education, 2022
COVID-19 has created life-altering issues across the globe. The pandemic forced schools and parents to change the way they approach children's education and many are concerned about children falling behind. Parental responsibilities increased greatly during the pandemic, as they tried to manage their family's finances, ensure their family's…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, School Closing, Parent Responsibility
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Morris, Ronald V.; Shockley, Denise – Childhood Education, 2022
In rural Appalachian communities of southeast Ohio, where generational poverty is high, communities and schools worked together to both create meaningful learning experiences and ensure that basic needs were met before students started the school year. Families of students who attended Summer Advantage--a 21-day summer school program for…
Descriptors: Summer Programs, Elementary Secondary Education, Rural Areas, Poverty
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Wilson, Allison – Childhood Education, 2022
Early language experiences are vital to children's future success in school and quality language-rich interactions can be promoted at home and around the community in many creative ways. Project ELLO (Everyday Language and Learning Opportunities) is a research-based public engagement campaign that began as a novel and efficient way to address…
Descriptors: Program Descriptions, Academic Achievement, Learning Experience, Language Acquisition
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Neumann, Michelle M. – Childhood Education, 2022
The concept of emergent literacy presents the view that from the time they are born, young children develop their knowledge about language and literacy through their sociocultural interactions with others. Emergent literacy encompasses knowledge about the alphabet, letter sounds, words, and language, and such skills are predictive of future…
Descriptors: Student Evaluation, Emergent Literacy, Technology Uses in Education, Reading Tests
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Goble, Trenton – Childhood Education, 2022
At the end of 2021, the spread of the COVID-19 virus Delta variant and the start of the new school year combined to present many educators and administrators with the hardest year yet in the pandemic, in terms of both delivering instruction and assessing student learning. Students entered the school year with increased anxiety, and assessment was…
Descriptors: Educational Change, Formative Evaluation, Data Use, COVID-19
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Ghosh, Shibani – Childhood Education, 2022
Every individual has a fundamental right to quality education. Yet there are often huge disparities in the quality of education a rich child can access compared to the education a poor child can access. This is true in India. The Organisation for Awareness of Integrated Social Security (OASiS), a social innovations lab in Madhya Pradesh, embarked…
Descriptors: Museums, Community Resources, Out of School Youth, Access to Education
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Harris, Kathleen I. – Childhood Education, 2022
From expressing wonder and awe about the natural world to contemplating the significance of life to conveying compassion and expressing concern for others, the spiritual child has much to offer the world. However, the topic of spirituality is rarely addressed in early childhood or child development textbooks. Spirituality can be defined in many…
Descriptors: Spiritual Development, Young Children, Child Development, Interpersonal Relationship
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Chen, Jennifer J.; Adams, Charlene Brotherson – Childhood Education, 2022
From birth to preschool years, before the young children become conventional readers and writers, children are involved in a developmental process known as "emergent literacy," a concept that was coined by Marie Clay (a New Zealand scholar) in 1966. During this stage, children engage naturally in unconventional literacy behaviors such as…
Descriptors: Preschool Children, Emergent Literacy, Preschool Teachers, Preschool Education
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Colvin, Jennifer – Childhood Education, 2022
Learning Undefeated is a nationwide nonprofit organization committed to providing equitable access to STEM education for under-resourced communities. Their approach is experimental and entrepreneurial, blending lessons from both education and business to develop content that is current and exciting. This article examines how the organization…
Descriptors: STEM Education, Access to Education, COVID-19, Pandemics
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Yadav, Savita; Chakraborty, Pinaki – Childhood Education, 2022
As they develop, children become interested in and use increasingly diverse apps on devices such as smartphones. For more than a decade, pediatricians, developmental psychologists, and computer scientists like us have been studying children's ability to use smartphone apps and the positive and negative effects of doing so. In this article, the…
Descriptors: Children, Handheld Devices, Internet, Computer Software
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Milet, René C.; Breslow, Gail – Childhood Education, 2022
While mental health issues have always been part of the landscape of youth work, the COVID-19 pandemic has brought them into sharp relief. For nearly 30 years, The Clubhouse Network has provided young people from low-income communities with a safe out-of-school setting in which to explore, experiment, and express themselves through technology. In…
Descriptors: Mental Health, Foreign Countries, Youth Clubs, STEM Education
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Robinson, Kynan; Swenson, Kristen – Childhood Education, 2022
This article calls for a revolution among education institutions to make a shift away from the outdated hierarchical models of "teacher" and "student" and toward a culture that embraces the notion of a "co-learning ecosystem." This shift aims to disrupt the long-established power structures within education…
Descriptors: Classroom Environment, Power Structure, Cooperative Learning, Cooperation
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De La Fuente, Danielle – Childhood Education, 2022
Children are powerful agents of change when given the chance to succeed. However, due to protracted crises and natural disasters, an estimated 33 million children have been forcibly displaced worldwide and denied their childhoods and an opportunity to reach their full potential. Psychosocial support is key to bridging the learning gap that…
Descriptors: Inclusion, Social Emotional Learning, Change Agents, Natural Disasters
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Buchbinder, Dina – Childhood Education, 2022
As we work to educate our children in effective ways, supporting their efforts to make a positive difference reaps benefits for both students and society.
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Sustainable Development, Play, Trauma
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