The Center for Children, Relationships, and Culture (CCRC) facilitates the collaboration of research projects on the social, cognitive, and emotional development of children and adolescents in families, schools, and cultures. For general questions about the Center for Children, Relationships, and Culture (CCRC), e-mail: Dr. Kenneth H. Rubin, , or Dr. Melanie Killen,
The Center for Early Childhood Education and Intervention (CECEI) is an early childhood research center whose mission is to conduct high quality research on early childhood education and early intervention programs in order to inform State and Federal policy, to translate research into scalable education programs and best practices, to build capacity in schools and communities, and to promote family engagement in their children’s education.
CILVR is a center whose goal is to serve as a national and international focal point for innovative collaboration, state-of-the-art training, and scholarly dissemination as they relate to the full spectrum of latent variable statistical methods. CILVR is housed within the Measurement, Statistics and Evaluation (EDMS) program in the Department of Human Development and Quantitative Methodology at...
As a laboratory school under the College of Education since 1948, CYC has provided a sound early childhood program for children from 3 to 5 years of age. Our program is grounded in the philosophy of John Dewey who believed in the ability of children to learn from high-quality firsthand experiences. Children study their world by questioning, hypothesizing, and summarizing information on how the world works. The University community is a rich primary source of discovery for the children. Our mission is threefold: Educating preschool and kindergarten children Providing professional opportunities for both pre service and veteran teachers Supporting research on how children develop and learn Please join us to learn more about the CYC.
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