1. Regional Project on Child Development Indicators - PRIDI

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    The Regional Project on Child Development Indicators, PRIDI, is a first initiative of its kind internationally. PRIDI created a new scale for the evaluation of children 24 to 59 months along four domains: cognition, language and communication, socio-emotional, and motor.

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    • kowlegeable parent

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      a description of how the spiritual elements work in the self of the human child and how that is interrupted by a darkness that can turn a good person dark and or evil.

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      • 20131202 Normal Child Development - Birth to Age Three

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        Meg Akabas, NYSPEP-CPE and author of "52 Weeks of Parenting Wisdom" presents benchmarks of normal child development in stages from birth to age three. This information can help to alleviate parents' concerns, as well as signify when early intervention may be needed to ensure the best possible outcomes.

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        • Young Children of Black Immigrants in America

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          Capping a two-year research initiative on young children in Black immigrant families from Africa and the Caribbean, this Migration Policy Institute (MPI) book launch and discussion in December 2012 features research contained in Young Children of Black Immigrants in America: Changing Flows, Changing Faces. The discussion, moderated by MPI Senior Vice President Michael Fix (book co-editor), features researchers Kevin Thomas (book co-author) of Penn State University, Randy Capps of MPI (book co-editor), Dylan Patricia Conger (book co-author) of George Washington University, and Gerald Jaynes of Yale University. Ajay Chaudry, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Human Services Policy in the US Department of Health and Human Services, offers a policy perspective on the research. For more on the research initiative and to buy the book, visit www.migrationpolicy.org/cbi.

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          • Breakthroughs in Child Psychology w/Dr. Anthony Rao and Christine LaCerva

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            A conversation moderated by Dr. Lois Holzman with renowned child psychologist Dr. Anthony Rao and Christine LaCerva, director of the Social Therapy Group about their efforts to create more humanistic and developmental approaches to working with children, including those diagnosed along the autism spectrum.

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            • Andrew Solomon: Far From the Tree

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              Parents, Children, and the Search for Identity In conversation with Tom Curwen, staff-writer Los Angeles Times The National Book Award-winning author of The Noonday Demon: An Atlas of Depression, mines the eloquence of ordinary people facing extreme challenges in his new book. From families coping with deafness, dwarfism, Down syndrome, autism, schizophrenia, to children who are prodigies or transgender —Solomon illuminates the universal experiences of difference and the triumph of love.

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              • HELP Spring Research Exposition 2011

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                Clyde Hertzman talking about several key research themes from the Human Early Learning Partnership

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                • Dr. Pedro Noguera speaks at the PASE's Third Annual Janet Kelley Lecture

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                  On November 19, 2010, the Partnership for After School Education held its Third Annual Janet Kelley Lecture in honor of founding Executive Director Janet Kelley. The speaker for this year's lecture was Dr. Pedro Noguera, the Peter L. Agnew Professor of Education at the Steinhardt School of Culture, Education & Development, and the Executive Director of the Metropolitan Center for Urban Education at New York University. Dr. Noguera's speech focused on child development, education reform, and the five guiding principles he feels should be the basis of any form of education, namely that learning should be active, collaborative, meaningful, support mastery, and expand horizons.

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                  • Humanities Lecture: Marsha Weinraub

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                    In this presentation, Psychology Professor Marsha Weinraub consider how sleep affects infant, child, and adolescent development. After briefly reviewing contemporary theories of sleep and describing how psychological sleep research is conducted, she reports research from Temple's lab that examines changes in sleep from infancy through adolescence. They have identified two distinctive early developmental trajectories of infant sleep which may have cascading effects on children’s cognitive, social, and emotional lives. She then describes these sleep patterns and the family and child factors that influence them, exploring how these patterns may affect subsequent changes through childhood and adolescence, and she concludes with a brief discussion of the implications of these changing sleep patterns for parenting behaviors and public policy. Marsha Weinraub is the Laura H. Carnell Professor of Psychology at Temple University and Chairperson of the Psychology Department in the College of Liberal Arts at Temple University. Dr. Weinraub has published widely on the effects of early childcare, single parenting, and maternal employment on parent-child relationships and child development.

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                    • Play Revisited: Lessons from Vygotsky (by Natalia Gajdamaschko)

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                      3d International Conference on Imagination and Education, Vancouver, Canada, 2005. Invited Speaker: Natalia Gajdamaschko, Simon Fraser University. Abstract Despite the obvious interest of educators in the nature of play and its role in development of imagination, theoretical approaches to the analysis of play are so different that at times the picture becomes confusing for teachers. As educators, we all seem to agree that play is important and that we would like to utilize it in our educational settings. Still, as is the case with most things in educational affairs, not everyone agrees on the answers to two main questions: what is the role of play in a child's development overall and what is the role of teachers in organizing play? With regard to the second question, the proper role of adults in organizing or manipulating children's play still creates heated discussions in educational circles. Lev Vygotsky, a world famous Russian psychologist who viewed play as the most important activity of early childhood, provided valuable advice on how to analyze play and its role in overall child development. Vygotsky also helped us to understand how we, as teachers, can promote the development of imagination through play. My presentation will examine Vygotsky's theory of play as the leading activity of childhood.

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