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Selected EPCS Presentations

LeeKeenan, D., Beneke, M., O'Brien, M. , Practicing Inclusion In a Lab School-Being Fair is not the same as being equal, University of New Hampshire Child Study and Development Center, Durham, New Hampshire, January 18, 2012.

LeeKeenan, D., Beneke, M, Bucco, C., Given, H., Park, C., Robinson, D., Anti-bias Curriculum: A whole school does the work. Lesley University, Innovations Series: Early Childhood Education and Care Workshop Series, Cambridge, MA., 2012.

Katz,L., LeeKeenan,D. Mercer-McLean, A., (2011). Opening Plenary: Curriculum, Assessment and Teaching: Putting it All Together. NAEYC Professional Development Institute, Providence, RI.

LeeKeenan, D., Nimmo, J. Pollaro, L., Robinson, D., (2011). Strategizing the Shift to Anti-Bias Education: The Director's Role.NAEYC Professional Development Institute, Providence, RI.

Given, H., Kuh, L, LeeKeenan, D. (2011). Creating an Early Childhood Professional Learning Community: Engaging Teachers in Facilitated Discourseabout Teaching and Learning. NAEYC Professional Development Institute, Providence, RI.

LeeKeenan, D., Beneke, M., Issagona, J.,Kirschner, S. ,Practicing inclusion, doing justice: Challenges and rewards of balancing similarities and differences at an early childhood center , National Association for the Education of Young Children, Orlando, Florida, November, 2011.

LeeKeenan, D., Nimmo, J., Conrad, L., Park, Caryn., Engaging Families in the Process of Change: reflections andstrategies from leaders at the centers seeking equity and inclusion, National Association for the Education of Young Children, Orlando, Florida, November, 2011.

Given, H., (2010) Developing Responsive Early Childhood Curriculum, Alef Bet Annual Early Childhood Training, Newton, MA.

Kuh, L. & Ponte, I. (2010) Play Behaviors Before and After a Natural Playground Installation in an Early Childhood Setting. Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, Denver, CO..

Kuh, L. & Ponte, I. (2010) What's Going On in the Witch's Cave?: Young Children Talking about Outdoor Play Before and After a Natural Playground Installation. Paper presented at the Ethnography in Education Forum, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA.

LeeKeenan, D. (2010) Creating Community: Using Documentation to Involve Families, Investing in Children: A summit on early childhood development and its impact on building prosperous and healthy communities, New Orleans, LA.

LeeKeenan, D., Kuh, L., Ponte, I. and Scarlett, G. (2010) The How and Whys of Creating a Natural Playground: From the perspective of Child, Teacher and Researcher, Eliot-Pearson Community Forum. Medford, MA.

LeeKeenan, D., Ponte, I. and Scarlett, G. (2009) The How and Whys of Creating a Natural Playground: From the perspective of Child, Teacher and Researcher, NAEYC (National Association for the Education of Young Children), Washington D.C.

Mardell, B and .Abo-Zena, M, (2008) God Forbid Teachers Talk About God: The Risks Of Including (And Excluding) Conversations About Spiritual Beliefs From Early Childhood Classrooms National Association for Education of Young Children, Dallas.

Mardell, B, LeeKeenan, D., Twombly, S., (2009), Using Documentation To Build A Community Of Learners Among Staff, BAEYC, Burlington, MA.

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