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Nicola A. Conners Edge; Khiela Holmes; Elissa H. Wilburn; Melissa Sutton – Early Childhood Education Journal, 2024
Children with histories of trauma exposure experience a wide-range of developmental, social, emotional, and behavioral symptoms. The effects of traumatic life experiences can impact children's ability to learn and function within the school environment. Trauma-informed (TI) schools seek to create environments in which children with experiences of…
Descriptors: Preschool Education, Early Childhood Education, Trauma, Child Care
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Madison Predy; Valerie Carson – Early Childhood Education Journal, 2024
Increasing amounts of screen time among young children has become a growing concern. Childcare centres maybe one important setting to intervene. This study aimed to examine the prevalence of screen time and screen time policies within childcare centres as well as the association between these policies and screen time among toddlers (19-35 months)…
Descriptors: Child Care Centers, Foreign Countries, Television Viewing, Recreational Activities
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Keri Giordano; Carleigh S. Palmieri; Richard LaTourette; Kristina M. Godoy; Gabrielle Denicola; Henessys Paulino; Oscar Kosecki – Early Childhood Education Journal, 2024
With the arrival of the COVID-19 pandemic, safety regulations, such as face mask wearing, have become ubiquitous. Due to such regulations, many children's interpersonal interactions occurring outside of the home now involve face coverings. The present study examined young children's ability to identify emotions in an adult model wearing a face…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, Hygiene, Disease Control
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Juyoung Yoo – Early Childhood Education Journal, 2024
Paternal involvement in household and childcare has increased over the past century, but global studies show that most mothers still remain responsible for a significantly higher proportion of total household care and childcare. Moreover, the COVID-19 pandemic has further negatively impacted mothers, who take on the majority of childcare…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Art Education, Fathers, Parent Child Relationship
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Tracey K. Hoffman; Gerard H. Poll – Early Childhood Education Journal, 2024
Childcare centers have faced many stressors both during and prior to the COVID-19 pandemic. Building on stress and coping theories, this study explores how the pandemic affected childcare center practices and how center directors responded. Childcare directors were surveyed to explore their perspectives about the pandemic's effects on teachers and…
Descriptors: Child Care Centers, Pandemics, COVID-19, Stress Variables
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Natalia Kucirkova; Vibeke Grøver – Early Childhood Education Journal, 2024
Parents' attitudes are an important indicator of whether and how parents engage in shared book reading (SBR) at home. This study analysed Norwegian parents' attitudes towards reading books with their children aged between 1-4.5 years. Thematic analysis of data from 24 interviews revealed two main themes in parents' accounts: agency (the child's…
Descriptors: Parent Attitudes, Positive Attitudes, Parent Participation, Foreign Countries
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Mary C. Seltzer; Lisa M. O'Brien – Early Childhood Education Journal, 2024
There is a critical need to disrupt the systemic racism that underlies educational inequities and support greater social justice (Croom, Journal of Literacy Research 52:530-552, 2020). One powerful way to do so is to foster racial literacy (i.e., the skill and practice of critically examining race and racism in teaching and in students' learning…
Descriptors: Racial Attitudes, Racism, Early Childhood Education, Equal Education
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Amanda H. Passmore; Marie Tejero Hughes – Early Childhood Education Journal, 2024
A unique component of early childhood involves understanding how caregivers and educators promote children's developmental outcomes, with play opportunities being a key avenue for enhancing these skills. Targeted coaching is one type of support that can tap into active family engagement during playful learning. This collective case study examined…
Descriptors: Mothers, Play, Parent Child Relationship, Coaching (Performance)
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Brenda Salley; Corinne Neal; Jamie McGovern; Kandace Fleming; Debora Daniels – Early Childhood Education Journal, 2024
Shared book reading is a well-established intervention for promoting child language and early development. Although most shared reading interventions have included children 3 years of age and older, recent evidence demonstrates dialogic strategies can be adapted for parents of infants and toddlers. The current study examines gains in parent…
Descriptors: Toddlers, Early Reading, Reading Aloud to Others, Coaching (Performance)
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Vanessa Hinton; Yusuf Akemoglu; Kimberly Tomeny; Robin A. McWilliam – Early Childhood Education Journal, 2024
Early intervention is a system of services designed to strengthen child outcomes and build family capacity. One approach of service provision is the Routines-Based Model which implements adult-learning practices wherein service providers and caregivers partner to build family-mediated interventions for children. Owing to COVID-19 and the benefits…
Descriptors: Early Intervention, COVID-19, Pandemics, Telecommunications
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Elizabeth A. Steed; Phil S. Strain; Alissa Rausch; Abby Hodges; Ellie Bold – Early Childhood Education Journal, 2024
This qualitative phenomenological study utilized structured interviews with 23 preschool administrators to explore their beliefs about preschool inclusion and needed resources for providing high-quality preschool inclusion. Themes emerged regarding administrators' beliefs about inclusion, including divergent understandings of inclusion as…
Descriptors: Preschool Education, Administrator Attitudes, Inclusion, Phenomenology
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Ayala Raviv; Iris Galili – Early Childhood Education Journal, 2024
This study examines the attitudes of Israeli preschool teachers towards the teaching of science and technology (S&T) in preschools in general, and towards the Israeli Ministry of Education's S&T program in particular. It assesses the connection between the teachers' attitudes and their implementation of the program and examines the…
Descriptors: Preschool Teachers, Science Instruction, Foreign Countries, Program Implementation
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Kayla Murphy; Keri Giordano; Tanaysha Deloach – Early Childhood Education Journal, 2024
In 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic caused a mandatory shift from in-person instruction to online learning for many young children. Teachers needed to adjust to virtual teaching, children were isolated from their peers, and parents played a bigger role in learning during the pandemic. In 2021, the shift back to in-person learning occurred. Research has…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, Teacher Attitudes, Preschool Teachers
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Wei Mao; Laura K. Doan; Victoria Handford – Early Childhood Education Journal, 2024
Although scholars have researched Chinese parents' perspectives on play pedagogy, few investigate the differences between parents of preschoolers and early primary schoolers, non-immigrant and immigrant parents. The present study employs the theoretical framework of parental ethnotheories to describe parental understanding and concerns about the…
Descriptors: English (Second Language), Second Language Learning, Second Language Instruction, Elementary School Students
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Einat Nevo – Early Childhood Education Journal, 2024
Young children's language skills have a significant positive impact on their academic success throughout school, especially on reading and writing performance. The spread of COVID-19, which has resulted in lockdowns, fewer learning hours in kindergarten, and distance learning, might have affected children's exposure to learning opportunities. The…
Descriptors: Pandemics, COVID-19, Morphology (Languages), Metalinguistics
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