Early Childhood Education Resources

Part 1: Position Statements and Influential Practices

Part 2: Global Support for Children’s Rights and Well-Being

    • World Forum Foundation
      http://worldforumfoundation.org/wf/wp/about-us
      This link connects you to the mission statement of this organization. Make sure to watch the media segment on this webpage
    • World Organization for Early Childhood Education
      http://www.omep-usnc.org/
      Read about OMEP’s mission.
    • Association for Childhood Education International
      http://acei.org/
      Click on “Mission/Vision” and “Guiding Principles and Beliefs” and read these statements.

 

Part 3: Selected Early Childhood Organizations

Part 4: Selected Professional Journals Available in the Walden Library

  • YC Young Children
  • Childhood
  • Journal of Child & Family Studies
  • Child Study Journal
  • Multicultural Education
  • Early Childhood Education Journal
  • Journal of Early Childhood Research
  • International Journal of Early Childhood
  • Early Childhood Research Quarterly
  • Developmental Psychology
  • Social Studies
  • Maternal & Child Health Journal
  • International Journal of Early Years Education

 

Part 5: Additional Resources

 

 

 

 

 

 

4 thoughts on “Early Childhood Education Resources

  1. Happy Saturday to you Tammy! Your list is so long lol I only picked three 🙂 I see one or two on here that interest me and I’m headed over to check them out. I have one child with a speech disorder and Speech and Language kids will be a great help to me. Thanks so much for sharing.
    Sylvia

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    1. Hello Sylvia,
      I think you will really enjoy the speech and language website. I have printed pictures from this website that really encourage my students to know the order of things. An example is, line up and walk to restroom, go to restroom, wash your hands, walk in a line back to the classroom.. They also are wonderful to help with language and sounds. Have a delightful day!
      Tammy

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  2. Hi Tammy,

    You have a lot of good resources that I don’t know where to begin. But the one that catches my eye the most is preschool activities and circle time for puppets. Working with the headstart program, it is required that we complete an activity with the children everyday, this is based upon the creative curriculum that headstart uses. So preschool activities will be very helpful. The circle time puppets will give me an idea to incorporate puppets into our circle time, maybe Monday. Great Post!

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