Research and Resources: The New Edition of FPG eNews

Date Published: 01/22/2018

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Organization for Autism Research Makes Inaugural Gift for Groundbreaking Project
OAR has pledged a $25,000 matching gift to support FPG's National Clearinghouse on Autism Evidence and Practice.

Guidelines Help Promote Self-Regulation Development in Children Birth to 5-Years-Old
A new series of reader-friendly publications includes Promoting Self-Regulation in the First Five Years: A Practice Brief.

Over Half the Spaces Are Already Filled for the 2018 National Early Childhood Inclusion Institute
This year's conference again includes world-class experts, groundbreaking sessions, and free courses for CEUs, but fewer than half the seats are left. Read more and sign up here.

The Inclusion Institute Offers Special Pre-Institute Workshops
Before opening day officially kicks off, Wired to Move: Facts and Strategies for Nurturing Boys in an Early Childhood Setting is just one of several great workshops available.

Back and Forth Interactions Between a Caregiver and Child Shape Brain Architecture 
Caregivers can boost young brains, says the new edition of Baby Talk.

Can Great Teaching Be Learned?
The answer to this question--and much more--is in the January issue of Faculty Finds.

Racial "Microaggressions" Perpetuate Inequity
Even brief daily statements or actions can communicate hostile or derogatory racial slights and insults, the subject of this new infographic on microaggressions.

Many Preschool Suspensions Are the Result of Adult Behaviors
This infographic shows how implicit racial biases affect African American students--especially boys.

Researchers Explore the Effects of Video Modeling in Teaching Functional Living Skills to People with Autism
Video modeling interventions are overall moderately effective, according to this new study.

FPG's Autism Team Launches New AFIRM Instruction to Reduce or Eliminate Interfering Behaviors
This free online module shows how to divert the learner’s attention away from the interfering behavior through Response Interruption and Redirection.

FPG's National Clearinghouse on Autism Evidence & Practice Is Recruiting Expert Reviewers
It's a groundbreaking project, and we need your help.

Sam Odom Takes on New Roles and Challenges After 11 Years as FPG's Director
The award-winning senior research scientist and renowned autism expert will continue to actively serve FPG.

Intentional Teaching Makes the Biggest Impact on Early Childhood Outcomes
A new comprehensive review of research shows that the areas with the strongest connection to beneficial results for young children involve what teachers teach and how they teach it.

Multiple Child Care Arrangements Affect Children's Behavioral and Academic Outcomes
Data from the Family Life Project reveal the prevalence and impact of multiple child care arrangements among rural families.

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