News & Information

  • Developmental Milestones: There's an App for That!

    Arizona Early Childhood Network - July 13, 2018

    As an early childhood professional, understanding developmental milestones for your classroom is extremely important. Not only for knowing whether or not they're on track, but also understanding if there are any potential developmental delays that need to be addressed....Read More

  • Taking Two Languages to Preschool: Supporting Children who are Dual Language Learners

    ZERO TO THREE - July 13, 2018

    One of the most important things a child takes with her on that first morning of school isn't visible at all: her home languages....Read More

  • Fingerprints Upon My Heart

    NAEYC - July 13, 2018

    Teaching toddlers involves careful planning that focuses on their physical, social, cognitive, and emotional development while helping them build their communication skills and even discover their personalities, mostly through play....Read More

  • Preparing Early Educators: A Career Pathways Approach

    New America - July 13, 2018

    In response to stagnating wages and high unemployment among non-college educated populations, several states and localities have embraced career pathways as a workforce development tool....Read More

  • Striking a Chord with Music in Early Childhood Development

    Arizona Early Childhood Network - June 15, 2018

    Whether it's listening to music, singing or playing an instrument - music has a way of striking a chord (pun intended) in all of us! But, its role in early childhood development is especially beneficial. ...Read More

  • Play

    ZERO TO THREE - June 15, 2018

    Children are more than busy when they're playing. When your children play with you, they are also learning that they are loved and important and that they are fun to be around....Read More

  • Five Things That Matter, No Matter What

    NAEYC - June 15, 2018

    A growing body of science and research continues to demonstrate the need to begin supports for children as early as possible to promote their healthy growth and development....Read More