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WECEC Meeting 1.20.2022

Wilmington Early Care and Education Council's monthly meeting - January 2022

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Home as a Cornerstone: How Housing Impacts the Rest of Our Lives

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WECEC Monthly Meeting

Zoom Recording ID: 94416057848 UUID: M9lOZEBCQM6F18VClFI0qg== Meeting Time: 2021-10-21 04:52:47pm

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David Sokoloff UOregon 2021/2/24 | Adapting Research-Validated Interactive Lecture Demonstrations (ILDs) and RealTime Physics (RTP) for Active Distance Learning

Adapting Research-Validated Interactive Lecture Demonstrations (ILDs) and RealTime Physics (RTP) for Active Distance Learning With the need for distance learning materials thrust upon us alarmingly…

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Edward F. Redish UMD 2020/12/02 | Rethinking Physics for the Life Science Students

Cross-disciplinary instruction is common in STEM programs. But scientific disciplines create distinct cultures – conventions, goals, expectations, and epistemologies – and these…

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Introduction to knowledge mobilization

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Improving Technology-Integrated Instruction in a Post-Pandemic World

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Color Outside the Lines: Recollections & Reflections on Black Girlhood, Nefetaria Yates (3a)

Black girlhood is a complex and nuanced journey. Laden with social messaging about who we are, who we are not, and who we should become, Black girls spend a great deal of time learning and unlearning…

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Leveraging Vulnerability for Antiracist Praxis with White Educators, Diane Codding

Whiteness is a pervasive problem in education. Through supporting institutional hierarchies and systemic racism, whiteness limits access to high quality learning experiences for students across the…

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The Spanish and English Reading Questionnaire (SER-Q): Hispanic parents' reading practices in English and Spanish, Daniela Avelar

Shared book reading is important for children’s language and literacy development (e.g., Bus et al., 1995). Hispanic families seem to read less frequently to their children and have fewer books…

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Bilingual parent-child shared book reading mediates the impact of socioeconomic status on children’s emergent literacy, Ye Shen

In the current study, I examined the benefits of bilingual parent-child shared book reading by investigating (1) its influence on bilingual children’s emergent literacy and (2) its mediating or…

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Pathways that Promote Relevance

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Mapping the Third Space

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Leveraging Links

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Lifelong Lerner Expert Webinar Series: Financial Literacy Feb. 18, 2021

With recent global events threatening both our physical and financial health, the UD Center for Economic Education and Entrepreneurship’s (CEEE) vision is perhaps even more important than ever:…

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Principles of Effective Language and Literacy Instruction for Multilingual Learners

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