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March 2, 2015
10 New SWIFT in 60 Mini-films Showing Inclusive Educational Practices
SWIFT (Schoolwide Integrated Framework for Transformation) is a national K-8 technical assistance center for academic and behavioral support that promotes achievement for all students, including student with the most extensive needs.
These films, produced by Filmmaker Dan Habib, are available on the SWIFT YouTube Channel or on Vimeo.
"Article of the Year" on Early Childhood Teacher Education Now Available Free Online
The Journal of Early Childhood Teacher Education recently made its "Article of the Year" for 2013 freely available online. Research on Early Childhood Teacher Education: Evidence from Three Domains and Recommendations for Moving Forward (March 2013), by Diane M. Horma, Marilou Hysonb, and Pamela J. Winton, examines the current research base in early childhood teacher education across three domains: addressing the needs of young children with disabilities and their families; understanding and working effectively with infants and toddlers; and, building young children's competence and interest in mathematics.
The authors find that much of the current research that exists is descriptive and focused on small samples of children in a few innovative programs. They discuss the characteristics, key features, and significant gaps in the research, and identify the kinds of studies that are most needed to enhance the impact of early childhood teacher education. See also, the related 2-page FPG Snapshot, The Impact of Early Childhood Teacher Education: How to Answer the Unanswerable Question (February 2013), for a brief summary of the article.
SAVE THE DATE
Working Together: Understanding the Link between Diagnosis and Special Education Eligibility
April 16, 2015, Student Union Ballroom, Rhode Island College, Providence, RI
For more information, contact RI Parent Information Network (RIPIN) at 401-270-0101.
A panel where educators, clinicians, and parents come together to strengthen the link between clinical community providers and the special education system.
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