Thank you to everyone who attended the 2023 RBPD Retreat! Here are a few facts and figures related to the event.
In this Q & A, speech-language pathologist Chris Wing, PhD ’13, explains how language development is linked to attachment and emotional regulation. She also talks about encouraging children and adults to tell personal stories as a strategy to build their communication and executive functioning skills.
A cross-disciplinary UMN research team has been awarded a major federal grant. The grant will fund a study of the effects of child care subsidy policies on families’ access to high quality child care.
Chris Wing, PhD, is a speech-language pathologist who has studied language development. She explains why telling stories about their lives helps children learn and grow in important ways. She also shares ways for caregivers and educators to encourage young storytellers’ skills!
Download Introducing It: Using the Early Learning Guidelines to Track Development for Assessment! This new Tip Sheet is part two in our series on Authentic Assessment.
Authentic Assessment is recommended practice because it allows educators to gain a holistic picture of a child’s development. Our latest Tip Sheet is called Introducing It: The Authentic Assessment Cycle and Its Role in Early Childhood Education. It explores the Authentic Assessment cycle, and it explains how data is used to shape further instruction.
Barbara joined CEED in spring 2023 as Program/Project Specialist, a role that touches every aspect of CEED’s work. In this Q & A, she reflects on what makes working with adult learners so inspiring, from lightbulb moments in bricks-and-mortar classrooms to the flow of interactions in virtual ones.
See how many people attended our trainings over the past year…and find out exactly how many email inquiries we answered!
Read the latest on our work and find out who just celebrated 10 years at CEED!
Meet Implementation Specialist Molly Hughes and learn about her work on observations and coaching for educators, trainers, and RBPD specialists.