One Question Q&As with Brookes Authors
Every month, we ask a Brookes author one question so they can provide a little expert insight into the latest trends and research. Here’s a collection of their answers.
Q: What are some unique challenges that young dual language learners are facing during this pandemic and how can early childhood educators help support them?
With Lisa López, Ph.D. and Mariela Páez, Ed.D.
Authors of Teaching Dual Language Learners: What Early Childhood Educators Need to Know
Q: What are some ways that parents and early childhood educators can help children manage their stress as they start the new school year with new rules/requirements in place?
With Alice Honig
Author of Little Kids, Big Worries: Stress-Busting Tips for Early Childhood Classrooms
Q: How can coaching help programs prepare for the new school year?
With Dathan D. Rush and M’Lisa L. Shelden
Authors of The Early Childhood Coaching Handbook, Second Edition
Q: How can an inclusive early childhood classroom impact a child’s engagement and success in school?
Erin Barton and Barbara Smith
Authors of The Preschool Inclusion Toolbox
Q: How can teachers spark student curiosity during the winter months?
With Sallee Beneke and Michaelene Ostrosky
Authors of The Project Approach for All Learners
Q: Looking forward, what do you see as the most important area(s) of research for child development?
With Barbara Hanna Wasik and Samuel Odom
Authors of Celebrating 50 Years of Child Development Research
Q: What are some ways parents can support their children’s social-emotional development at home?
With Liz Twombley
Author of ASQ® Learning Activities
Q: What are some ways that professionals can remotely support developmental parenting behaviors with families in their program?
With Lori Roggman
Author of Developmental Parenting
Q: What are some ways that professionals can remotely support the families and children that they serve during these challenging times?
With Angela Tomlin and Stephan Viehweg
Authors of Tackling the Tough Stuff