Alyssa Meuwissen, PhD, discusses reflective practice, supporting kids’ self-regulation skills, and parenting to your personality
Adults can model managing difficult feelings for the children they care for. This Resource Guide will assist you in gauging your own stress levels and monitoring your responses to different challenging behaviors.
CEED is delighted to welcome Anne Larson, PhD, to our team as a research associate.
Reflective practice reminds us to check in with ourselves both physically and mentally.
Evidence suggests that reflective supervision/consultation has a range of benefits for people who work with young children and their families.
What reflective supervision training is currently available around the country? What are providers’ perceptions of the training they have received? Read our findings from a nationwide landscape survey.
The Reflective Practice Center at the Center for Early Education and Development (CEED) has just released Reflective Supervision/Consultation: Preventing Burnout, Boosting Effectiveness, and Renewing Purpose for Frontline Workers.
Based on research conducted at CEED, this e-book gives an overview of the growing practice of reflective supervision and how it benefits early childhood professionals as well as those who work with young children and families in other fields.
CEHD Connect magazine spoke with Christopher Watson, director of the Reflective Practice Center at CEED, for an article in its latest issue focusing on the Reflective Interaction Observation Scale (RIOS).
Our findings from the Infant-Toddler Essential Elements project describe key aspects of effective infant and toddler early care and education programs.