Research and Resources: The New Edition of FPG eNews

Date Published: 01/11/2017

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Registration Opens for the 2017 National Early Childhood Inclusion Institute
Last year the popular 3-day conference sold out in record time...

Hear the Scientist Behind the New Federal Report That Recommends Teaching Self-Regulation in Schools
WCHL radio recently interviewed FPG associate director Desiree Murray to discuss her new report on self-regulation...

Available Now: March and April Training Sessions on the Inclusive Classroom Profile
The groundbreaking ICP assesses the quality of classroom practices that support the developmental needs of children 2½-5 years old with disabilities...

FPG Opens the Search for the Next Director
The search is on for a strong executive leader and well-established scientist with vision for FPG’s future...

Free Webinar Focuses on Supporting Participation of Children with Disabilities in High-Quality Inclusive Environments
Sign up for this January 31 presentation on federal policies and laws, evidence-based practices, and each sector's role in ensuring young children with disabilities are fully participating and engaged with typically developing peers...

When and How Should We Adapt Interventions to Achieve Effective Practice?
FPG's Kirsten Kainz and Allison Metz have the answers in this new article for Evidence & Policy...

Turning Down the Background Noise Could Help Toddlers Learn
The January edition of Baby Talk connects readers with news and resources, including recent research about noise and learning...

The PDC@FPG Opens Registration for "Improving Classroom Management: Using Motivation Research to Inform Practice"
This new workshop teaches research-based strategies for promoting student motivation and engagement...

FPG Offers a Postdoctoral Fellowship Providing Research Training on Autism Spectrum Disorder
Candidates should have completed their doctoral degree in special education or a related field before beginning the fellowship and have
a demonstrated interest in ASD...

American Academy of Pediatrics Announces New Safe Sleep Recommendations
This and more news and resources are available in the Baby Talk archives...

Children Whose Mothers Believe Emotions Are Dangerous Demonstrate Less Emotion Understanding
A new study also determined that these children are less well-adjusted in the classroom...

New Research Examines Breastfeeding Infants and Their Mothers
This study's findings suggest that infants' and mothers' physiological regulation may be shaped by breastfeeding independently of
associated social factors...

Nobel Laureate: Birth-to-Five Programs Pay Off (Over and Over)
Nobel Prize-winner James Heckman's new analysis of two landmark FPG projects finds a sizeable return on investment per year...

Free Webinar: How to Support Positive Development for Young Children with Challenging Behaviors
The "Ask the Expert" webinar archive includes the popular Classroom Management Supports for ADHD Behaviors in Early Childhood
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