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          Originally published by Todd Wanerman at http://www.toddwanerman.com/ Who is project-based education for?  Is it only the product and province of an educated, entitled class, or is it right for everyone?  Within our kaleidoscope culture, we can…

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        Originally published by Todd Wanerman at http://www.toddwanerman.com/ During twenty-five years of teaching preschool at The Little School, I had the privilege, along with my colleagues, of promoting higher program quality in various settings around the world….

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  ALICIA F. LIEBERMAN, ELENA PADRO´ N, PATRICIA VAN HORN, AND WILLIAM W. HARRIS San Francisco General Hospital and University of California, San Francisco ABSTRACT:  Fraiberg and her colleagues (1975) introduced the metaphor “ghosts in the nursery” to de- scribe…

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Article from Autism Speaks March 26, 2014 Original Study from New England Journal of Medicine    Patches of Disorganization in the Neocortex of Children with Autism   research Researchers find common pattern of disruption to prenatal brain development; propose that early intervention may…

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  Prenatal paracetamol exposure and child neurodevelopment: a sibling-controlled cohort study. Int J Epidemiol. 2013 Oct 24. Brandlistuen RE, Ystrom E, Nulman I, Koren G, Nordeng H. Source School of Pharmacy, University of Oslo, Oslo, Norway, Division of Mental Health, Norwegian Institute…

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The Center for Developmental Play and Learning (CDPL) The Center for Developmental Play and Learning (CDPL) was created in March 2007 by Co-founders Patricia Marquart, MFT and Jeanne White, MFT with the intention of providing Developmental, Individual- difference, Relationship-based DIR® services…

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  Kay Hinton/Emory University In the eye-tracking lab at Marcus Autism Center, A version of this article appears in print on 11/07/2013, on page A1 of the NewYork edition with the headline: Baby’s Gaze May Signal Autism, a Study Finds.  …

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Brought to you by the Michigan Great Start Systems Team: The following is an excerpt, to see the entire document (click here). Michigan Department of Community Health Michigan Department of Education, Office of Great Start Michigan Department of Human Services…

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      Plern received her M.A. in Special Education with an emphasis in Early Childhood from San Francisco State University in 2010. She is currently a PhD candidate in the Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health and Developmental Disorders…

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  ALICIA F. LIEBERMAN, ELENA PADRO´ N, PATRICIA VAN HORN, AND WILLIAM W. HARRIS San Francisco General Hospital and University of California, San Francisco ABSTRACT:  Fraiberg and her colleagues (1975) introduced the metaphor “ghosts in the nursery” to de- scribe the…

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ANGELS IN THE NURSERY: THE INTERGENERATIONAL TRANSMISSION OF BENEVOLENT PARENTAL INFLUENCES A grandfather observes from a distance while his son, a young father, attends tenderly to his own new baby. The joy he feels in watching them brings back a…

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GHOSTS IN THE NURSERY: IDENTIFICATION WITH THE AGGRESSOR   The image of ghosts in the nursery has become a metaphor of unsurpassed power since Selma Fraiberg coined it nearly 30 years ago to describe the parents’ excruciating enactment with their…

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