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  • Austin Community Early Learning Partnership Needs Assessment - Erikson Institute
    childhood education leading to teaching license M S in Early Childhood Education Leading to Teaching License Bilingual ESL Endorsement M S in Early Childhood Education Leading to Teaching License Early Childhood Special Education Letter of Approval m s in early childhood education online online m s faq M S in Early Childhood Education with Bilingual ESL Specialization Online how it works certificate programs online bilingual esl certificate gainful employment infant mental health certificate gainful employment Scholarship opportunity Child Parent Psychotherapy Seminar infant specialist certificate gainful employment infant specialist courses online ph d program past dissertations doctoral faculty current students admission apply visit us Visiting a class Admission information sessions Graduate fairs requirements international students financial aid tuition fees cost of attendance grants scholarships fellowships student loans payment plans applying for aid student services writing program computers technology housing transportation health insurance registration and records academic policies enrollment and degree verifications name and address changes transcript request forms immunization u pass library online offerings online advantages how it works recommended skills tech requirements self assessment continuing education offerings webinars webinar archives quick credits credit types faq customized training family child care modules achieving biliteracy research community initiatives assessment children at risk family support infants toddlers schools teaching technology young children supporting erikson contribute to erikson ways to give areas of support give online corporate foundation gifts Aisha Ray Jana Fleming Tonya Bibbs Fall 2011 Fall 2012 The Austin Community Early Learning Partnership a collaboration of Erikson Institute Chicago Public Schools and Austin Coming Together is conducting a needs assessment of early childhood services in Chicago s Austin community Dean Aisha Ray and Jana Fleming director of Erikson s Herr Research Center for Children and Social Policy are overseeing Erikson s work Austin is characterized by high poverty violence and low performing

    Original URL path: http://www.erikson.edu/research/austin-community-early-learning-partnership-needs-assessment/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Early Childhood Disability Transition Project - Erikson Institute
    Development with Infancy Administration Specialization master of social work m s w accreditation m s in early childhood education leading to teaching license M S in Early Childhood Education Leading to Teaching License Bilingual ESL Endorsement M S in Early Childhood Education Leading to Teaching License Early Childhood Special Education Letter of Approval m s in early childhood education online online m s faq M S in Early Childhood Education with Bilingual ESL Specialization Online how it works certificate programs online bilingual esl certificate gainful employment infant mental health certificate gainful employment Scholarship opportunity Child Parent Psychotherapy Seminar infant specialist certificate gainful employment infant specialist courses online ph d program past dissertations doctoral faculty current students admission apply visit us Visiting a class Admission information sessions Graduate fairs requirements international students financial aid tuition fees cost of attendance grants scholarships fellowships student loans payment plans applying for aid student services writing program computers technology housing transportation health insurance registration and records academic policies enrollment and degree verifications name and address changes transcript request forms immunization u pass library online offerings online advantages how it works recommended skills tech requirements self assessment continuing education offerings webinars webinar archives quick credits credit types faq customized training family child care modules achieving biliteracy research community initiatives assessment children at risk family support infants toddlers schools teaching technology young children supporting erikson contribute to erikson ways to give areas of support give online corporate foundation gifts The Early Childhood Disability Transition Project ECDT supports the transition of children receiving Early Intervention services EI to enrollment in Head Start programs The project believes that early and sustained intervention is essential to helping children reach their full potential ECDT staff members collaborated with Early Head Start programs to identify additional opportunities to provide support for families

    Original URL path: http://www.erikson.edu/research/early-childhood-disability-transition-project/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Home Visiting Program Quality Assessment Project - Erikson Institute
    s in early childhood education leading to teaching license M S in Early Childhood Education Leading to Teaching License Bilingual ESL Endorsement M S in Early Childhood Education Leading to Teaching License Early Childhood Special Education Letter of Approval m s in early childhood education online online m s faq M S in Early Childhood Education with Bilingual ESL Specialization Online how it works certificate programs online bilingual esl certificate gainful employment infant mental health certificate gainful employment Scholarship opportunity Child Parent Psychotherapy Seminar infant specialist certificate gainful employment infant specialist courses online ph d program past dissertations doctoral faculty current students admission apply visit us Visiting a class Admission information sessions Graduate fairs requirements international students financial aid tuition fees cost of attendance grants scholarships fellowships student loans payment plans applying for aid student services writing program computers technology housing transportation health insurance registration and records academic policies enrollment and degree verifications name and address changes transcript request forms immunization u pass library online offerings online advantages how it works recommended skills tech requirements self assessment continuing education offerings webinars webinar archives quick credits credit types faq customized training family child care modules achieving biliteracy research community initiatives assessment children at risk family support infants toddlers schools teaching technology young children supporting erikson contribute to erikson ways to give areas of support give online corporate foundation gifts Professor Jon Korfmacher is the research director and principal investigator for a study focused on developing a practical and reliable tool for measuring program quality across different models of home visiting for families with infants and young children The project will develop and field test a measure that can be used as both a self assessment and a tool for external evaluation Such a measure will provide home visiting providers a mechanism

    Original URL path: http://www.erikson.edu/research/home-visiting-program-quality-assessment-project/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Illinois Child-Parent Psychotherapy Learning Collaborative - Erikson Institute
    Infancy Specialization M S in Child Development with Infancy Administration Specialization master of social work m s w accreditation m s in early childhood education leading to teaching license M S in Early Childhood Education Leading to Teaching License Bilingual ESL Endorsement M S in Early Childhood Education Leading to Teaching License Early Childhood Special Education Letter of Approval m s in early childhood education online online m s faq M S in Early Childhood Education with Bilingual ESL Specialization Online how it works certificate programs online bilingual esl certificate gainful employment infant mental health certificate gainful employment Scholarship opportunity Child Parent Psychotherapy Seminar infant specialist certificate gainful employment infant specialist courses online ph d program past dissertations doctoral faculty current students admission apply visit us Visiting a class Admission information sessions Graduate fairs requirements international students financial aid tuition fees cost of attendance grants scholarships fellowships student loans payment plans applying for aid student services writing program computers technology housing transportation health insurance registration and records academic policies enrollment and degree verifications name and address changes transcript request forms immunization u pass library online offerings online advantages how it works recommended skills tech requirements self assessment continuing education offerings webinars webinar archives quick credits credit types faq customized training family child care modules achieving biliteracy research community initiatives assessment children at risk family support infants toddlers schools teaching technology young children supporting erikson contribute to erikson ways to give areas of support give online corporate foundation gifts Professor Jon Korfmacher directs a project that provides training to local clinical teams in child parent psychotherapy for young children and their families who have experienced trauma or domestic violence The collaborative hosts trainings for two cohorts of seven clinical teams each composed of three to five clinicians and supervisors who meet

    Original URL path: http://www.erikson.edu/research/illinois-child-parent-psychotherapy-learning-collaborative/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Illinois Early Childhood Fellows Program - Erikson Institute
    sessions Graduate fairs requirements international students financial aid tuition fees cost of attendance grants scholarships fellowships student loans payment plans applying for aid student services writing program computers technology housing transportation health insurance registration and records academic policies enrollment and degree verifications name and address changes transcript request forms immunization u pass library online offerings online advantages how it works recommended skills tech requirements self assessment continuing education offerings webinars webinar archives quick credits credit types faq customized training family child care modules achieving biliteracy research community initiatives assessment children at risk family support infants toddlers schools teaching technology young children supporting erikson contribute to erikson ways to give areas of support give online corporate foundation gifts Jana Fleming Penny Smith Since 2009 the Illinois Early Childhood Fellows Program IECFP has offered a multidimensional program of leadership development to small cohorts of professionals as well as support to build the capacity of early childhood organizations to develop and retain a diverse workforce The fellowship experience includes intensive professional development and networking in addition to a two year placement in a leading nonprofit host organization with expertise in early childhood policy advocacy and systems building The first cohort of IECFP fellows ran from 2009 11 and the second from 2011 13 comprised of four and five fellows respectively Erikson expanded its involvement by taking over management of the program just in time to welcome a new cohort of five fellows on July 1 2013 The overarching objective of the IECFP is to strengthen the pipeline of qualified leaders in early care and education public policy and advocacy in Illinois with a particular focus on deepening the pool of leaders from diverse backgrounds The IECFP is based on the premises that leadership can be nurtured and enriched and that professional trajectories can

    Original URL path: http://www.erikson.edu/research/illinois-early-childhood-fellows-program/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Infant Crying and Developmental Outcome: A Biobehavioral Approach - Erikson Institute
    Special Education Letter of Approval m s in early childhood education online online m s faq M S in Early Childhood Education with Bilingual ESL Specialization Online how it works certificate programs online bilingual esl certificate gainful employment infant mental health certificate gainful employment Scholarship opportunity Child Parent Psychotherapy Seminar infant specialist certificate gainful employment infant specialist courses online ph d program past dissertations doctoral faculty current students admission apply visit us Visiting a class Admission information sessions Graduate fairs requirements international students financial aid tuition fees cost of attendance grants scholarships fellowships student loans payment plans applying for aid student services writing program computers technology housing transportation health insurance registration and records academic policies enrollment and degree verifications name and address changes transcript request forms immunization u pass library online offerings online advantages how it works recommended skills tech requirements self assessment continuing education offerings webinars webinar archives quick credits credit types faq customized training family child care modules achieving biliteracy research community initiatives assessment children at risk family support infants toddlers schools teaching technology young children supporting erikson contribute to erikson ways to give areas of support give online corporate foundation gifts Professor Linda Gilkerson is coinvestigator with principal investigator Stephen Porges Ph D of the University of Illinois at Chicago on an NIH funded grant to look at the neurodevelopment of infants and young children The project assesses infants who persist in excessive crying and will follow the children and their families until two years of age This quasi experimental longitudinal study N 149 consists of four groups never cried excessively N 74 excessively cried until 3 months of age N 33 excessively cried until 6 months of age N 22 and excessively cried past 6 months of age N 20 From 6 weeks to 24 months

    Original URL path: http://www.erikson.edu/research/infant-crying-and-developmental-outcome-a-biobehavioral-approach/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Social Capital Project Planning - Erikson Institute
    S in Early Childhood Education Leading to Teaching License Bilingual ESL Endorsement M S in Early Childhood Education Leading to Teaching License Early Childhood Special Education Letter of Approval m s in early childhood education online online m s faq M S in Early Childhood Education with Bilingual ESL Specialization Online how it works certificate programs online bilingual esl certificate gainful employment infant mental health certificate gainful employment Scholarship opportunity Child Parent Psychotherapy Seminar infant specialist certificate gainful employment infant specialist courses online ph d program past dissertations doctoral faculty current students admission apply visit us Visiting a class Admission information sessions Graduate fairs requirements international students financial aid tuition fees cost of attendance grants scholarships fellowships student loans payment plans applying for aid student services writing program computers technology housing transportation health insurance registration and records academic policies enrollment and degree verifications name and address changes transcript request forms immunization u pass library online offerings online advantages how it works recommended skills tech requirements self assessment continuing education offerings webinars webinar archives quick credits credit types faq customized training family child care modules achieving biliteracy research community initiatives assessment children at risk family support infants toddlers schools teaching technology

    Original URL path: http://www.erikson.edu/research/social-capital-project-planning/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Family Outcomes of Early Intervention: Families' Perceptions of Need, Services, and Outcomes - Erikson Institute
    with Child Life Specialization M S in Child Development with Children with Special Needs Specialization M S in Child Development with Family Services Specialization M S in Child Development with Infancy Specialization M S in Child Development with Infancy Administration Specialization master of social work m s w accreditation m s in early childhood education leading to teaching license M S in Early Childhood Education Leading to Teaching License Bilingual ESL Endorsement M S in Early Childhood Education Leading to Teaching License Early Childhood Special Education Letter of Approval m s in early childhood education online online m s faq M S in Early Childhood Education with Bilingual ESL Specialization Online how it works certificate programs online bilingual esl certificate gainful employment infant mental health certificate gainful employment Scholarship opportunity Child Parent Psychotherapy Seminar infant specialist certificate gainful employment infant specialist courses online ph d program past dissertations doctoral faculty current students admission apply visit us Visiting a class Admission information sessions Graduate fairs requirements international students financial aid tuition fees cost of attendance grants scholarships fellowships student loans payment plans applying for aid student services writing program computers technology housing transportation health insurance registration and records academic policies enrollment and degree verifications name and address changes transcript request forms immunization u pass library online offerings online advantages how it works recommended skills tech requirements self assessment continuing education offerings webinars webinar archives quick credits credit types faq customized training family child care modules achieving biliteracy research community initiatives assessment children at risk family support infants toddlers schools teaching technology young children supporting erikson contribute to erikson ways to give areas of support give online corporate foundation gifts Pamela Epley 2011 Collaborating with researchers at the University of Kansas Assistant Professor Pamela Epley investigated family outcomes of early intervention services

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