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  • Herr Research Center Events - Erikson Institute
    into useful information for policymakers Upcoming Events No events under here but you can always check out our upcoming events Past Events June 2014 5th Thursday Infant Toddler and Early Childhood Mental Health Competencies A Comparison of Systems 1 00 pm 2 30 pm For Alumni Practitioners Public April 2014 22nd Tuesday The Science of Children Birth to Age 8 Public Information Gathering Session The Institute of Medicine study examines how we prepare a workforce to seamlessly support children 1 00 pm 3 00 pm For Public October 2013 25th Friday Herr Research Center Symposium When Home and School Language Differ 9 00 am 4 00 pm July 2013 2nd Tuesday A Symposium on Supporting Quality Family Child Care in Chicago 8 00 am 2 00 pm February 2012 6th Monday High Quality PreK 3rd in the Age of Common Core Join us as we confront the tensions and challenges involved in developing an ambitious and responsive vision for teaching and learning in PreK 3rd grade For Practitioners Staff Students March 2011 31st Thursday Exploring PreK 3rd Grade A Dialogue on Educational Reform Leaders from early childhood and K 12 education are joining to explore new educational possibilities starting with

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  • Publications - Erikson Institute
    care homes More The Work Family Support Roles of Child Care Providers Across Settings Julia R Henly Juliet Bromer A qualitative investigation of the work family support roles of a sample of 29 child care providers serving low income families in the Chicago area More Executive summary Staffed Support Networks and Quality in Family Child Care Findings from The Family Child Care Network Impact Study Juliet Bromer Study examining the relationship between affiliation with a staffed support network and quality of child care among affiliated family child care providers in the city of Chicago More Issue brief How Can Work Based Policies Help Children Herr Research Center Scientific and pragmatic rationale for combining poverty reduction and work support policies with early care and education policies More Children and Social Policy Vol 2 No 1 October 2008 Herr Research Center Highlights and key messages from the second annual Midwest Policy Conference held in October 2007 More The Competent Early Childhood Mental Health Specialist Jon Korfmacher Aimee Hilado Comparison of early childhood mental health competency systems across six states highlighting convergences in the systems structure content and use More Creating a Workforce in Early Childhood Mental Health Jon Korfmacher Aimee Hilado A comparison of six states efforts to define standards and professional competencies in the field of early childhood mental health services More Evaluating Early Care and Education Programs A Review of Research Methods and Findings Carol Horton A detailed review of the most notable recent or ongoing research studies that examine the relationship between early care and education program participation and child development More Early Care and Education Programs What Does Research Tell Us about Their Effects on Child Development Carol Horton An examination of the relationship between early childhood education programs and child development in real world settings More Children

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  • Herr Research Center News - Erikson Institute
    journal s special section on family child care research The section presents current research that Bromer hopes will reengage the field and lead to funding for further study More Bromer named to CPS truancy task force We need to reach children and families at a young age in order to tackle truancy issues in later grades Bromer says More Herr Research Center hosts symposium on quality family child care Experts from around the country presented research and strategies for improving the quality of care for children and families More Erikson commits to the Clinton Global Initiative Erikson is partnering with the Clinton Global Initiative to bring early childhood education to the attention of the world s leaders More Erikson partnering with Austin community to create a system of support for young children There s a groundswell of positive change in Chicago s Austin neighborhood amazing work by the community along with partners like Erikson More Envisioning Change challenges African American achievement gap Envisioning Change is a statewide effort to close the achievement gap for African American students beginning in the earliest grades More Improving bilingual education in Chicago Public Schools Many schools aren t meeting the unique needs of young children learning two languages simultaneously Erikson is working to change this More Video High Quality PreK 3rd in the Age of Common Core As Common Core State Standards and PreK 12 alignment shape school reform high quality PreK 3rd should be viewed as a critical first link in the full educational continuum More Home based child care improved by training often overlooked staff Nearly half of all working parents rely on home based child care To raise the quality of care in this setting Erikson is working with an often overlooked group of child care professionals More Education leaders explore

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  • Support - Erikson Institute
    family The center expanded its mission in 2005 with an additional gift from the Herr family and with grants from the McCormick Joyce and Spencer Foundations as well as the Children s Initiative a project of the Pritzker Family Foundation For information about how you can support the center contact 312 893 7110 or email protected Our mission Informing guiding and supporting effective early childhood policy in Illinois and the

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  • Approach - Erikson Institute
    advanced in some developmental domains than others To respond to the developmental needs of children schools following the PreK 3rd framework rely on small class size heterogeneous assignment of children to classrooms and flexible grouping for learning In March 2011 Erikson hosted more than 90 education leaders for a one day forum on the PreK 3rd approach called Exploring PreK 3rd Grade A Dialogue on Educational Reform Watch the presentations Balanced literacy Most schools working with the New Schools Project are interested in improving their literacy instruction so Erikson consultants follow a balanced and multidimensional approach to foster children s learning Balanced Literacy is a framework designed to help all students learn to read and write effectively The balance between reading and writing allows students to receive instruction they need through modeled and guided learning experiences in order to reach grade level status while allowing students to work independently at a level that is not frustrating for them Students also participate in shared and individual writing activities each day Children are taught about letters sounds words and how they work and vocabulary and apply their learning in integrated curriculum studies throughout the day Additionally in the fall of 2008 New Schools Project sites adopted two new initiatives Making Meaning and Being a Writer to integrate teaching of reading comprehension skills writing traits and social skills This innovative approach to reading and writing will help develop children s capacities to think deeply and critically and to become committed to personal values such as kindness helpfulness personal responsibility and respect for others Relationship based consultation In the New Schools Project how technical assistance is provided is as important as what is emphasized Erikson consultants are not just visiting experts but supportive and encouraging partners The relationships they establish with staff in schools

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  • History - Erikson Institute
    the New Schools Project was formed in 2005 to expand efforts and apply lessons learned at Williams to more schools Working with both charter and regular schools particularly those that are traditionally low performing the project helps teachers administrators and community members enhance the quality of classroom instruction and improve young children s engagement in learning Transforming these schools provides opportunities for young children to experience school success Alumni schools

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  • Participating schools - Erikson Institute
    Principal Ayanna Mitchell Location 5608 W Washington Blvd Student demographics 89 African American 11 Other Website www catalystschools org circle rock Catalyst Charter Schools Howland Campus Principal Gwen Burrel Location 1616 S Spaulding Ave Student demographics 99 African American 1 Latino Website www catalystschools org howland Catalyst Charter Schools Maria Campus Principal Dawn Sandoval Location 6727 S California Ave Student demographics 46 Latino 45 African American Website www catalystschools org maria Oscar DePriest Elementary School Principal Minnie Lee Watson Location 139 S Parkside Ave Student demographics 94 African American 4 Latino Website depriest cps k12 il us Edward K Ellington Elementary School Principal Shirley Marie Scott Location 243 N Parkside Ave Student demographics 95 African American 4 Latino Erie Elementary Charter School Principal Velia Soto Location 1405 N Washtenaw Ave Student demographics 76 Latino 19 African American Website www eriecharterschool org Goethe Elementary School Principal Barbara Kargas Location 2236 N Rockwell St Website www goetheschool org William H Prescott Elementary School Principal Erin Roche Location 1632 W Wrightwood Ave Student demographics 45 Hispanic 32 White Website prescott cps k12 il us Share this Facebook Twitter Email Print More Google Tumblr LinkedIn Pinterest We have seen students reading at higher and

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  • Geoffrey A. Nagle, Ph.D., M.P.H., LCSW - Erikson Institute
    worked closely with Louisiana government leaders to strengthen the state s early childhood system and expand high quality early care and education His advocacy resulted in Quality Start Louisiana s child care quality rating system and laws creating the Early Childhood System Integration Budget and School Readiness Tax Credits Nagle is a member of the Board of Governors of the Academy of Education Arts and Sciences and has served on numerous other advisory groups and boards including the Governor s Children s Cabinet Advisory Board LA Institute of Mental Hygiene board and Louisiana Children s Museum board He has presented around the country on topics including building an early childhood system designing a state early childhood budget and the economic impact of child care Areas of Expertise Economic benefits of prevention and the influence of early childhood research on public policy decisions Education Ph D in mental health policy research Tulane University M P H in international maternal and child health Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine M S W Tulane University School of Social Work B A in political science Duke University Honors Agenda for Children A Voice for Louisiana s Children 2009 New Orleans CityBusiness 2009 Health Care Hero Louisiana Association for the Education of Young Children Louisiana Early Childhood Champion 2008 American Academy of Pediatrics Louisiana Chapter Charles M Vanchiere Child Advocacy Award 2007 U S Department of Health and Human Services Commissioner s Award 2007 for Child Abuse Prevention presented at the 16th National Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect Prevent Child Abuse Louisiana Champion for Children 2004 Volunteer Leadership Publications Boothe A B Nagle G A 2013 A quality start in Louisiana Early childhood mental health consultation as a primary support in a statewide quality rating and improvement system Zero to Three 33 5 45 51 Graham M A Nagle G A Wright C Oser C 2012 Altering the developmental trajectory of public policy Three states success stories in infant mental health Zero to Three 33 2 66 73 Gleason M M Heller S S Nagle G A Boothe A Keyes A Rice J 2012 Mental health screening in child care Impact of a statewide training session Early Childhood Research Practice 14 2 Nagle G 2012 Building an early childhood budget to support a comprehensive early childhood system in Louisiana In S L Kagan K Kauerz Eds Early childhood systems Transforming early learning New York Teachers College Press Heller S S Rice J Boothe A Sidell M Vaughn K Keyes A Nagle G 2012 Social emotional development school readiness teacher child interactions and classroom environment Early Education and Development 23 919 944 Heller S S Boothe A Keyes A Nagle G Sidell M Rice J 2011 Implementation of a mental health consultation model and its impact on early childhood teachers efficacy and competence Infant Mental Health Journal 32 2 143 164 Nagle G A 2009 The economics of infant mental health In C Zeanah Ed Handbook of infant mental health 3rd ed

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