Sunday, July 24, 2011

Early Childhood Resources From week 5


Zero to Three: National Center for Infants, Toddlers, and Families. (2010). Infant-toddler policy agenda. Retrieved May 26, 2010, from

FPG Child Development Institute. (2006, September). Evidence-based practice empowers early childhood professionals and families. (FPG Snapshot, No. 33). Retrieved May 26, 2010, from Note: The following article can be found in the Walden University Library databases.

· Turnbull, A., Zuna, N., Hong, J. Y., Hu, X., Kyzar, K., Obremski, S., et al. (2010). Knowledge-to-action guides. Teaching Exceptional Children, 42(3), 42–53. Use the Academic Search Complete database, and search using the article's title.

· Websites:

World Forum Foundation This link connects you to the mission statement of this organization. Make sure to watch the video on this webpage

World Organization for Early Childhood Education Read about OMEP’s mission.

Association for Childhood Education International Click on “Mission/Vision” and “Guiding Principles and Beliefs” and read these statements.

National Association for the Education of Young Children

The Division for Early Childhood

Zero to Three: National Center for Infants, Toddlers, and Families

Harvard Education Letter

FPG Child Development Institute

Administration for Children and Families Headstart’s National Research Conference

Children’s Defense Fund

Center for Child Care Workforce

Institute for Women’s Policy Research

National Center for Research on Early Childhood Education

National Child Care Association

National Institute for Early Education Research

Voices for America’s Children

The Erikson Institute
Laureate Education, Inc. (2010). Learning resources. Retrieved from


Early Childhood Learning and Knowledge Center

Interdisciplinary council on learning disorders

The Child& Family Web guide

Babies can't Wait
Birth  to five alliance



toya said...

Stacie i have never heard of the babies can't wait website after looking and learning about how parents can help support there children through infancy and sudden infant death syndrome. I think being in the early childhood field helps parents who are dealing with these situations.

Kathryn Price said...

Thank you for adding the website about learning disorders. This is something that will be very valuable to me because I would like to know more about learning disorders. I also took a look at the Early Learning and Knowledge Center. They seem to have great information about curriculum and building an environment for early childhood. Thanks for the great websites!

Christine said...

I will definintely use the web site on learning disorders. I need to learn more about them and I also need to teach my students about them. Thanks!