This manual provides an overview of suggested physical activity for preschoolers and offers recommendations for how to include children with disabilities.
If you offer professional development, use this tool to help you include the background knowledge and experience of learners in your teaching process.
We helped to generate a report that describes the essential elements for effective infant and toddler early care and education programs.
Learn more about the research underpinnings of the Steps Towards Effective Enjoyable Parenting™ and Seeing Is Believing® programs.
Get answers to important questions that parents and caregivers have about the psychological development of infants and toddlers. Some available in Spanish, Somali, and/or Hmong.
Access information about behavior in young children and on how to best support a child’s development.
Learn about the importance of the early years. This five-part educational video series was created as part of the Project for Babies, a former CEED initiative.
We lead a national group of researchers in defining and operationalizing reflective supervision through the development of a measure: the Reflective Interaction Observation Scale.
We’re exploring how reflective supervision can support early interventionists, decrease burnout, and increase the skills necessary to work with diverse families.