J Child Fam Stud (2015) 24:23102321
Parenting a Child with Aspergers Syndrome: A Balancing Act
Carole A. Robinson Kaley York Alexandra Rothenberg
Laura J. L. Bissell
Published online: 19 August 2014
Preschool Education and Its Lasting Effects:
Research and Policy Implications
W. Steven Barnett, Ph.D.
National Institute for Early Education Research
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
EDUCATION POLICY RESEARCH UNIT
Sibling Competition & Growth Tradeoffs.
Biological vs. Statistical Significance
Karen L. Kramer1, Amanda Veile2*, Erik Otrola-Castillo2
1 Department of Anthropology, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah 84112, United States of America
when mommy breaks down
you scour the bathroom
scrub the floors
wash the windows
do the laundry
dust the living room
change the light bulbs
when they burn out
clean the kitchen
buy the food and cook
for yourself and mommy
you walk through th
Ill just write it down.
(Sharing positive assessment of childrens play) Sustain fantasy play for 20 minutes with
different roles and themes; didnt even need props to keep them going.
Vygotsky was a contemporary of Piaget.
Wrote about plays role
A TYPOLOGY OF QUESTIONS USEFUL IN DILEMMA DISCUSSION
Good discussion leaders adapt quickly to the special demands of dilemma discussions. In the
course of the school day, teachers often use the first three types of questions described below:
You are a volunteer at a crisis telephone line that also provides information and referral
services. You have been trained to direct individuals to appropriate medical and legal
professionals. You also have been trained to provide general information to c
The Porcupine and the Moles
It was growing cold, and a porcupine was looking for a home. He found a most
desirable cave but saw it was occupied by a family of moles. Would you mind if
I shared your home for the winter? the porcupine asked the moles. The g
EXCERPTS FROM COMMUNITY MEETING
Student 1: Say something was stolen and we had a community meeting, we could say like
whoever stole itthere is a note in the office and whoever stole it could return it, were talking
about that. The person who did it could
CHARACTERISTICS OF ALL FUNDAMENTAL MOVEMENT SKILLS
AT EACH STAGE OF DEVELOPMENT
1. A childs first goal-oriented attempts at the skill.
2. Many parts of the skill are missing, performed incorrectly, or in the wrong sequence.
3. Movements tend