NAEYC ACCREDITATION REFERENCES BY STANDARD

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1. RELATIONSHIPS
    a. Use Your Words, How Teacher Talk Helps Children; Carol Garhart Mooney, Redleaf Press. 2005
2. CURRICULUM
    a. Active Learning Series: Addison Wesley: Cryer, Harms, Bourland: 1987.
    b. The Creative Curriculum / Continuum Assessment Toolkit:: www.TeachingStrategies.com
    c. Emergent Integrated Curriculum: Meeting Standards in Meaningful Ways by Carrie Whaley in
       Dimensions of Early Childhood, Vol 35, Number 2, p. 3-11
    d. The Portage Curriculum / Assessment Kit
3. TEACHING
    a. Positive Behavior Support : TXCCQ; SU 2004, P. 38
    b. Social/Emotional Dev / Address Challenging Behavior. Exchange, J/A/07p. 12
    c. The Intentional Teacher, Choosing the Best Strategies for Young Children’s Learning; Ann S. Epstein,
       NAEYC, 2007.
4. ASSESSMENT OF CHILD PROGRESS: See also Curriculum
    a. Standards, assessments & Portfolios: Texas Child Care Quarterly, SP 2007, p. 2
    b. Basics of Assessment:; McAfee, Leong & Bodrova. NAEYC. 2004
    c. Six Simple Ways to Assess Young Children, Sue Y. Gober, Delmar/Thompson, 2002
    d. Spotlight on Young Children and Assessment; Derry Koralek, ed. NAEYC # 285, 2004
    e. The Portfolio and It’s Use: A Road Map for Assessment, Second Ed. Sharon McDonald, SECA, 2005
5. HEALTH
    a. Healthy Young Children: A Manual for Programs. NAEYC: 2002
    b. Caring for Our Children: National Health and Safety Performance Standards: Guidelines for Out of
       Home Child Care Programs, Second Edition., AAP, APHA, US Dept HHS, 2002
    c. The Lone Star Guide for Healthy Child Care
    d. Meals Without Squeals, Berman and Fromer: Bull Publishing, 2006
6. TEACHERS
    a. Systematic Professional Development: YC: July 07, p. 18
    b. Ethics: NAEYC; TxCCQ: SU 2007, p. 38
    c. What’s In a Staff Handbook? TxCCQ, SP 2007, p. 34
    d. Sticks & Stones: Words can hurt, Kathleen Leon, TxCCQ, SP, p. 24
    e. Use Your Words: Mooney, Carol, 2005. Redleaf Press
    f. Inclusion and Disability Awareness Training: YC: July 07, p. 42
7. FAMILIES
    a. Holidays and Celebrations: Making them fit; TxCCQ, SP 2007 p. 10
    b. Family Inserts in Texas Child Care Quarterly
8. COMMUNITY
    a. City of Austin: Early Childhood Planner, Child Care Council. Health Department
    b. Travis County HHS
    c. Family Connections
    d. Austin Public Library
    e. AISD / Child Inc.
9. PHYSICAL ENVIRONMENTS
    a. Making Your Environment a Third Teacher: Carter; Exchange J/A 2007, p. 22
    b. Room Arrangement as a Teaching Strategy: Teaching Strategies Video
10. LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT
    a. The Visionary Director: Carter and Curtis
    b. What, Why and How of High Quality Early Childhood Education: A Guide for Supervision; Koralek,
       Colker & Trister Dodge. NAEYC
    c. Blueprint for Action Achieving Center-Based Change Through Staff Development, Second Ed. ; Paula
       Jorde Bloom, New Horizons, 2005

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