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  • Customized professional development - Erikson Institute
    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 Erikson quality tailored to your organization Erikson is second to none when it comes to educating early childhood professionals We work with school districts children s museums agencies and other groups to create and deliver focused practical education and support for early childhood professionals And because the professional development is designed to meet your goals you ll see real results Targeted and practical professional development We bring Erikson s expertise directly to you in person online or a combination of both so that your entire staff can participate and develop new skills in the context of their everyday activities Like our degree programs our customized professional development is

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  • Looking into Family Child Care - Erikson Institute
    have used these modules in staff training sessions More than half of agency staff members reported that the training changed the way they do their work with family child care providers Many supervisors reported that having a framework for coming together with staff and listening to their perspectives was the most helpful aspect of the modules Although many of us have been doing the work with family child care providers some of our consultants are new to the work and it is always good for the more experienced to give knowledge and insight The modules have also given us a new perspective and have inspired us in our work supervisor feedback Value Research suggests that supports such as networks or professional organizations coaching and consultation or home visiting programs are associated with higher quality caregiving in family child care homes Moreover programs and organizations that offer their staff ongoing training reflective practice and or professional development may be more likely to offer more effective support services to providers Making family child care centered training materials available online offers greater access for professional organizations to engage staff in training sessions that contribute to their supportive work with family child care providers Core elements of practice The modules content is based on the core elements of practice identified by Bromer and Korfmacher These elements were derived from support specialists reports of their own practices with providers and changes they made to their practices as a result of training Core Elements of Practice Social support Getting together regularly with other colleagues at work or across agencies gives specialists opportunities to share ideas and get support from each other Group meetings with other specialists gives opportunities for brainstorming approaches and strategies Group meetings reduce the isolation of working with home based providers Reflective practice Weekly opportunities for reflecting on work with providers offers specialists support and stress reduction Reflective supervision can help specialists step back from the situation and give themselves that moment to check out what s going on Reflection can help specialists set boundaries for themselves between work and personal life Perspective taking Specialists find their work with providers is more effective when they can take the provider s perspective Perspective taking involves approaching differences with an open mind Perspective taking involves examining your own biases in working with providers Communication Communication and listening skills are key to working effectively with family child care providers Communication skills allow specialists to shift the focus of their visits with providers from problem solving to listening Communication skills allow specialists to gather information and ask open ended questions about providers goals before offering advice or solutions Developing partnerships Effective specialists build collaborative partnerships with providers Developing partnerships means shifting from telling providers what to do to sharing in the problem solving with providers Learning to handle conflict Specialists experience a lot of conflict and difficult situations in their work with providers Having the following tools to use can reduce stress and frustration Asking questions rather

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  • Achieving Biliteracy in Dual Language Programs - Erikson
    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 Bring this continuing education workshop series to you Empower your teachers and staff to integrate the gold standard in dual language education into your early childhood program without ever leaving your school grounds Invite Erikson to train your staff to apply the widely respected Biliteracy Unit Framework a template for maximizing instruction and integrating curriculum Through this three day workshop you and your staff will Gain an understanding of the Biliteracy Unit Framework and strategies for the early childhood classroom Understand what a big idea is and apply this understanding to the development of curricula in your own context Learn practical strategie s for increasing student participation receptive and expressive language and background knowledge Reflect on your professional practice and how to improve your instructional methods with dual language learners The workshop instructors draw on their experience using the framework in multiple grade levels to support unit design oracy reading comprehension writing and word work Who should

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  • Research & Community Initiatives - Erikson Institute
    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 Our research and work in the community generates new knowledge invigorates our academic courses and improves life for children and families in Chicago and throughout the nation Applied research studies that respond directly to the needs of young children and the people who serve them is an Erikson hallmark We focus on what works and how and on models that can be replicated Community initiatives with children and families or the professionals who work with them are also a key element of our work We partner with schools social service agencies hospitals and more Areas of focus Assessment Evaluating strategies for assessing young children More Children at risk Researching the issues that effect the most needy children More Family support Working with families at all socioeconomic levels More Infants

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  • Assessment - Erikson Institute
    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 Evaluating strategies for assessing young children Select papers and presentations A New Beginning The Illinois Kindergarten Individual Development Survey Samuel J Meisels Jana Fleming This report designed a process that could provide schools and educational leaders with age appropriate information about children s developing knowledge and skills More Ounce Scale Validation Project Samuel J Meisels Presentation at the Ninth Head Start National Research Conference More Georgia s Pre K Program Child Assessment and Classroom Instruction Marsha Moore Georgia Department of Early Care and Learning Presentation at the 2007 NAEYC annual conference More Child Assessment Information Jacqueline Jones New Jersey State Department of Education Presentation at the 2007 NAEYC annual conference More Opportunity in Early Education Improving the Quality of Teacher Child Interactions Through Classroom Observation Professional Development Robert C Pianta Ph D Presentation at the 2007 NAEYC annual conference More Children and Social Policy newsletter The

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  • Children at risk - Erikson Institute
    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 Researching the issues that effect the most needy children Select papers and presentations Envisioning Change Jana Fleming Aisha Ray Florence Kimondo Envisioning Change is a statewide effort to close the achievement and opportunity gaps that impact thousands of African American students beginning in the earliest years More Making It Work Low wage Employment Family Life and Child Development Hirokazu Yoshikawa Ph D Professor of Education Harvard University Download the presentation from Social Justice and Child Development A symposium celebrating Erikson s first 40 years an anniversary symposium honoring Erikson s contributions to the early childhood field More Projects Austin Community Early Learning Partnership Needs Assessment Aisha Ray Jana Fleming Tonya Bibbs The partnership a collaboration of Erikson Chicago Public Schools and Austin Coming Together is conducting a needs assessment of early childhood services in Chicago s Austin community More Early Childhood Disability Transition Project The project supports the transition of children receiving Early Intervention services EI to enrollment in Head Start programs More Early Childhood Project with DCFS Andria Goss Through this project Erikson administers developmental screenings to children ages birth through three entering the foster

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  • Family support - Erikson Institute
    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 Working with families at all socioeconomic levels Select papers and presentations Family Outcomes of Early Intervention Families Perceptions of Need Services and Outcomes Pamela Epley This Journal of Early Intervention article investigates family outcomes of early intervention services for infants and toddlers with disabilities 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 Making It Work Low wage Employment Family Life and Child Development Hirokazu Yoshikawa Ph D Professor of Education Harvard University Download the presentation from Social Justice and Child Development A symposium celebrating Erikson s first 40 years an anniversary symposium honoring Erikson s contributions to the early childhood field More Parent Support and Education Past History Future Projects Jon Korfmacher Robert Halpern A review of the positive and negative effects of parent support and education programs asks Are these programs worth doing More Welfare Reform the Next Phase The Need to Apply the Lessons of Human Development Suzanne L Wagner The article asks What have we accomplished and what remains to be done to address persistent welfare dependence More Harder Than You Think Determining What Works in Early Childhood Interventions Jon Korfmacher When examining the results of intervention with young mothers policymakers who ask What works may be missing a more fruitful if more complicated line of inquiry More Father Care Redefining Fatherhood in Low Income Communities Caria Zvetina

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  • Infants & toddlers - Erikson Institute
    of infants toddlers and their families Select papers and presentations Implementing the Fussy Baby Network Approach Linda Gilkerson Jennifer Hofherr This Zero to Three Journal article investigates family outcomes of early intervention services for infants and toddlers with disabilities More Family Outcomes of Early Intervention Families Perceptions of Need Services and Outcomes Pamela Epley This Journal of Early Intervention article investigates family outcomes of early intervention services for infants and toddlers with disabilities More Ounce Scale Validation Project Samuel J Meisels Presentation at the Ninth Head Start National Research Conference 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 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 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 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 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 Relationship based Systems Change Illinois Model for Promoting Social Emotional Development in Part C Early Intervention Carolyn Cochran Kopel Linda Gilkerson This report describes the rationale philosophy and implementation of a relationship based model for promoting social emotional development in Part C early intervention More Unmet Needs Project A Research Coalition Building and Policy Initiative on the Unmet Needs of Infants Toddlers and Families Ann Cutler Linda Gilkerson The project examines the extent to which current public policies regarding developmental issues are meeting the needs of infants toddlers and their families in Illinois More Projects Children s Mental Health Policy in the Three State Region Abigail Duchatelier Jeudy Aimee Hilado Jon Korfmacher Eboni Howard Researchers sought to inform and influence policies to improve mental health services for children ages birth to five and their families in Illinois Michigan and Wisconsin More Culturally Informed Parent Infant Psychotherapy The study refines existing and develops new approaches to family psychotherapy that address the socioemotional needs of both parents and children More Early Childhood Community Needs Assessment for Altgeld Jana Fleming Aisha Ray Candace Williams The assessment highlighted the strengths and challenges Chicago s Altgeld Riverdale community faces in providing high quality early learning experiences for young children and their families More Early Childhood Project with DCFS Andria Goss Through this project Erikson administers developmental screenings to children ages birth through three entering the foster care system in

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