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Strekalova-Hughes, Ekaterina; Wang, X. Christine – Journal of Research in Childhood Education, 2019
Foregrounding the lived experiences and voices of children from refugee backgrounds, the authors adapted culturally sustaining pedagogy and refugee critical race theory frameworks to investigate how Nepali, Somali, and South Sudanese children from refugee backgrounds whose families resettled in western New York perceive family storytelling. The…
Descriptors: Refugees, Story Telling, Culturally Relevant Education, Critical Theory
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Kearny, Regina; Pawlukewicz, Justine; Guardino, Mary – Journal of Research in Childhood Education, 2014
Because anxiety is the most common mental health disorder diagnosed in children, early intervention is crucial for fundamental coping. Although cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) is the preferred treatment method for this affective disorder, instruction for children needs to be specific for them to successfully acquire and implement essential CBT…
Descriptors: Anxiety Disorders, Cognitive Restructuring, Behavior Modification, Coping
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Fusco, Dana R. – Journal of Research in Childhood Education, 2008
Children's perceptions of the developmental opportunities afforded by school and afterschool were studied. The data support prior research showing that inequitable patterns exist, across gender, ethnicity, age, and socioeconomic status, in children's perceptions of the opportunities provided by school. Afterschool programs, conversely, are faring…
Descriptors: After School Programs, Educational Opportunities, Student Attitudes, Developmental Programs
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Lopata, Christopher; Wallace, Nancy V.; Finn, Kristin V. – Journal of Research in Childhood Education, 2005
The purpose of this study was to compare the academic achievement of 543 urban 4th- (n=291) and 8th- (n=252) grade students who attended Montessori or traditional education programs. The majority of the sample consisted of minority students (approximately 53 percent), and was considered low income (approximately 67 percent). Students who attended…
Descriptors: Grade 8, Grade 4, Academic Achievement, Montessori Schools