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Selected EPCS Author Publications

Lisa Kuh, Iris Chin Ponte, and Clement Chau (2013). The Impact of a Natural Playscape Installation on Young Children's Play Behaviors. Children, Youth and Environments, Vol. 23, No. 2, School Grounds and Playgrounds 2013, pp. 49-77, The Board of Regents of the University of Colorado.

Mardell, B., Rivard, M., Krechevsky, M. (2012). Visible learning, Visible Learners. The Power of the Group in a Kindergarten Classroom. Young Children, Journal of the National Association for the Education of Young Children, 67-1, 12-19

Baker, M. (2007), Chapter: The Engineering Design Process in a Kindergarten Study Group in Bers, Marina, Blocks to Robots, Learning with technology in the Early Childhood Classroom, 2008, Teacher College Press.

Given, H., Kuh, L., LeeKeenan, D., Mardell, B., Redditt, S. and Twombly, S. (2010) Changing School Culture: Using Documentation to Support Collaborative Inquiry, Theory Into Practice, 49: 1, 36 — 46.

LeeKeenan, D. and Allen, B. (2003) Chapter: Sending Your Child to School: The Home/School Partnership, in Proactive Parenting: Guiding Your Child From Two to Six, Written by the Faculty of Tufts University's Eliot Pearson Dept. of Child Study and Human Development.

LeeKeenan, D. and Allen, B. (2003) Chapter: The Importance of Friendship, in Proactive Parenting: Guiding Your Child From Two to Six, Written by the Faculty of Tufts University's Eliot Pearson Dept. of Child Study and Human Development.

Mardell B., and Abo-Zena, M. (2010) The Fun Thing about Studying Different Beliefs Is That They Are Different...Kindergartners Explore Spirituality, Young Children, 65:4, 12-17. This article is posted with permission from the National Association for the Education of Young Children.

Mardell, B. LeeKeenan, D. , Given, H., , Robinson,, D., Merino, B. , and Liu-Constant, Y. (2009), Zooms: Promoting Schoolwide Inquiry and Improving Practice, Voice of Practitioners 11, NAEYC.

Mardell, B., Otami, S. & Turner, T. (2007). Meta-cognition and Creative Learning: Promoting the Understanding of Group Learning in an American School (Ages 3-8). In Craft, A., Cremin T. & and Burnard, P. (Eds.), Creative Learning 3-11 and how we document it. Statfordshire, England: Trentham.

Merino, R. and Stasowski, K. (2007), Chapter: Local History Through Robotics, in Bers, Marina, Blocks to Robots, Learning with technology in the Early Childhood Classroom, 2008, Teacher College Press.

New, R., Mardell, B. & Robinson, D (2005). Early childhood education as risky business: Going beyond what's “safe” to discovering what's possible. Early Childhood Research and Practice, 7(2).

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