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Léger, Paul David; Cameron, Catherine Ann – Journal of Research in Childhood Education, 2013
The authors' interest in the associations between beginners' reading and writing performance led them to devise an index of children's meaning construction in reading by increasing the specificity of the Reading Miscue Inventory meaning change index to include finer discriminations between superficial and meaning disruptive miscues potentially…
Descriptors: Oral Reading, Early Reading, Miscue Analysis, Emergent Literacy
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Cameron, Catherine Ann; Pinto, Giuliana – Journal of Research in Childhood Education, 2009
A Day in the Life is an interdisciplinary study of thriving 2-year-old girls and their families in diverse communities around the globe. We understand development to be active participation in cultural systems of practice, and examine children's interactions with their caregivers, other companions, and the environment. We focus upon children…
Descriptors: Caregivers, Foreign Countries, Teacher Student Relationship, Females
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Cameron, E. Leslie; Kennedy, Katherine M.; Cameron, Catherine Ann – Journal of Research in Childhood Education, 2008
Children employ different types of humor as they explore, interpret, and negotiate their environments. Whereas an appreciation of verbal incongruity has been a hallmark of older preschooler humor (e.g., McGhee, 1989), more recently, other violations of expectations and clowning also have been identified as ubiquitous during the first two years of…
Descriptors: Humor, Toddlers, Females, Child Development