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Reggio Emilia-Inspired Programs in the United States: What Does "Inspired" Really Mean?
Reflective Practice Using Music-Based Program to Support Self-Awareness and Mental Health with Women Refugees from the Middle-East
Reflection In The Classroom: A Social Emotional Intervention For Preschool Aged Children
Promoting stress reduction using mindfulness for educators in a military based child development center
Promoting school readiness in at-risk children: An evaluation of the Circle of Education program in preschool and kindergarten classrooms
Promoting breastfeeding in Saudi Arabia
Professional development for early childhood professionals: Examining change in the sensitivity and emotion socialization practices of students in a one-year training program
Problem solving of young children
Practicing mindfulness with kindergarteners using mindful school's 8-week curriculum: A process evaluation
Positive support strategies program: Implementing a professional development series on positive guidance strategies in afterschool programs
Positive parent child interactions with Somali refugees using a music based program
Pilots 2.0: A redesigned and refocused community and mental health outreach program for teens
Phonological sensitivity and print referencing manual
Perspectives, practices, and policies related to addressing challenging behaviors
Parents' perspectives on the implementation of continuity of care at a campus children's center
Parents and partners : workshop for promoting positive parent-teacher relationships in the early education classroom
Parent-child relationships and school attitudes in Vietnamese young adults
Parent's mental health and engagement in their children's mental health treatment
Parent stress and parent-child interactions in children with a high likelihood of autism
Parent involvement in children's academics related to COVID-19 changes