- Risk assessment in preschool children: Research implications for the early detection of... Carran, Deborah T.; Scott, Keith G. // Topics in Early Childhood Special Education;Summer92, Vol. 12 Issue 2, p196
Analyzes selected published studies that had screened preschool or kindergarten children using epidemiological techniques. Identification of educationally at-risk children; Discussion of the predictive validity and risk indices of the studies; Demonstration of the epidemiological paradigm of the...
- Study Tracks How Children Spend Their Time. Jacobson, Linda // Education Week;11/18/98, Vol. 18 Issue 12, p8
No abstract available.
- Development in early childhood. Elkind, David // Elementary School Guidance & Counseling;Oct91, Vol. 26 Issue 1, p12
Reviews some of the major cognitive, social and emotional achievements of preschool children in the United States as well as some of their limitations. Intellectual abilities; Learning processes; Variability in individual growth rates; Realism; Animism; Phenomenalistic causality; egocentrism;...
- Assessment and diagnostic services for prekindergarten children. Guidubaldi, John; DeZolt, Denise // Elementary School Guidance & Counseling;Oct91, Vol. 26 Issue 1, p45
Focuses on assessment and diagnostic services for prekindegarten children in the United States. Legislation and government policy on the matte; Positions of professional associations; Types of assessment;Screening techniques; Identification of learning and behavioral difficulties; Family...
- Primary needs of primary students. // Education Digest;Nov96, Vol. 62 Issue 3, p4
Summarizes the report on the forces contributing to American children's learning and development from ages 3 to 10 by the Carnegie Task Force on Learning in the Primary Grades which was convened in 1994 by the Carnegie Corporation of New York. Status of preschool programs in relation to primary...
- What next? Remedial preschool? Elkind, David // Education Digest;Nov96, Vol. 62 Issue 3, p9
Evaluates a 1995 study of young children conducted for the U.S. Department of Education titled `Approaching Kindergarten: A Look at Preschoolers in the United States.' Scope and findings of the study; Suggestion on how early education programs should be perceived; Important features of the study.
- The mouse or the blocks? Prince, Catherine // Christian Science Monitor;4/11/2000, Vol. 92 Issue 97, p17
Reports on the importance of encouraging young toddler and preschool age children to play with real toys in real time, not just computers designed for their age group.
- 3 to 4 years. // Australia's Parents;Apr/May97, Issue 98, p60
Presents various facts related to preschool children. Includes average amount of time spent by preschoolers in watching television; Ability of children to distinguish between reality and fantasy; Resources for parents in answering common questions from children.
- Preschool getting it right. Calabrese, Angela // Australia's Parents;Dec96/Jan97 Supplement, Issue 96, p50
Presents information on preschool children in Australia, as parents view this as the first step for their children's education system. What does preschool signify for a child; Indication that each preschool in Australia has a different system; How to prepare a child for preschool. INSET:...