Resources

Geiken, R. & Zan, B., (2010) Ramps and Pathways: Developmentally Appropriate, intellectually rigorous, and fun physical science  (Reprinted from Young Children, Jan,, 2010)

Fantuzzo, J., & McWayne, C. (2002). The relationship between peer-play interactions in the family context and dimensions of school readiness for low-income preschool children. Journal of Educational Psychology, 94(1), 79-87.

McWayne, C., Campos, R., & Owsianik, M. (2008). Family involvement in preschool: A multidimensional, multilevel examination of mother and father involvement among low-income, culturally diverse families. Journal of School Psychology, 46, 551-573.

McWayne, C., Downer, J., Campos, R., & Harris, R. (2013). Father involvement during early childhood and its association with children’s school readiness: A meta-analysis. Early Education and Development, 24, 898-922.

McWayne, C., Hampton, V., Fantuzzo, J., Cohen, H. L., & Sekino, Y. (2004). A multivariate examination of parent involvement and the social and academic competencies of urban kindergarten children. Psychology in the Schools, 41, 363–377.

McWayne, C., & Melzi, G. (2014). Validation of a culture-contextualized measure of family engagement in the early learning of low-income Latino children. Journal of Family Psychology, 28(2), 260-266.

McWayne, C., Melzi, G., Schick, A. R., Kennedy, J. L., & Mundt, K. (2013). Defining family engagement among Latino Head Start parents: A mixed-methods measurement development study. Early Childhood Research Quarterly, 28, 593-607.

Mistry, J., Jacobs, F., & Jacobs, L. (2009). Cultural relevance as program-to-community alignment. Journal of Community Psychology, 37(4), 487-504.

McWayne, C. (2015). Family–School Partnerships in a Context of Urgent Engagement: Rethinking Models, Measurement, and Meaningfulness. In S. M. Sheridan & E. M. Kim (Eds.), Foundational aspects of family-school partnership research (pp. 105-124). New York: Springer.

Counsell, S.L., Escalada, L., Geiken, R., Sander, M., Uhlenberg, J., Van Meeteren, B., Yoshizawa, S., & Zan, B. (2015) STEM Learning with Young Children:  Inquiry Teaching with Ramps and Pathways.  Teachers College Press.    

Websites

McWayne, C. (Speaker). (2014, December 8). Partnerships for Early Childhood Curriculum Development:  Readiness through Integrative Science and Engineering (RISE). Retrieved from  https://slideplayer.com/slide/10326794/

Greenfield, D. B. (Speaker). (2013, January 28). Science in the Preschool Classroom: Why and How This Can Be a Teacher's Best Friend. Video retrieved from http://eclkc.ohs.acf.hhs.gov/hslc/tta-system/teaching/practice/fp/fpArchive2013.html

Joint Productive Activity from Culturally-based practices. Retrieved from http://manoa.hawaii.edu/coe/crede/sample-page/#joint

University of Northern Iowa. Ramps & Pathways. Retrieved from http://www.uni.edu/rampsandpathways/

PowerPoints

McWayne, C. (Keynote Speaker). Readiness through Integrative Science and Engineering (RISE) [PowerPoint Slides]. PowerPoint Slides

McWayne, C. (2014). Partnerships for Early Childhood Curriculum Development: Readiness through Integrative Science and Engineering (RISE) [PowerPoint Slides]. PowerPoint Slides

Fantuzzo, J., & McWayne, C. (2002). The relationship between peer-play interactions in the family context and dimensions of school readiness for low-income preschool children. Journal of Educational Psychology, 94(1), 79-87.

McWayne, C., Campos, R., & Owsianik, M. (2008). Family involvement in preschool: A multidimensional, multilevel examination of mother and father involvement among low-income, culturally diverse families. Journal of School Psychology, 46, 551-573.

McWayne, C., Downer, J., Campos, R., & Harris, R. (2013). Father involvement during early childhood and its association with children’s school readiness: A meta-analysis. Early Education and Development, 24, 898-922.

McWayne, C., Hampton, V., Fantuzzo, J., Cohen, H. L., & Sekino, Y. (2004). A multivariate examination of parent involvement and the social and academic competencies of urban kindergarten children. Psychology in the Schools, 41, 363–377.

McWayne, C., & Melzi, G. (2014). Validation of a culture-contextualized measure of family engagement in the early learning of low-income Latino children. Journal of Family Psychology, 28(2), 260-266.

McWayne, C., Melzi, G., Schick, A. R., Kennedy, J. L., & Mundt, K. (2013). Defining family engagement among Latino Head Start parents: A mixed-methods measurement development study. Early Childhood Research Quarterly, 28, 593-607.

Mistry, J., Jacobs, F., & Jacobs, L. (2009). Cultural relevance as program-to-community alignment. Journal of Community Psychology, 37(4), 487-504.

McWayne, C. (2015). Family–School Partnerships in a Context of Urgent Engagement: Rethinking Models, Measurement, and Meaningfulness. In S. M. Sheridan & E. M. Kim (Eds.), Foundational aspects of family-school partnership research (pp. 105-124). New York: Springer.

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Websites

Joint Productive Activity from Culturally-based practices. Retrieved from http://manoa.hawaii.edu/coe/crede/sample-page/#joint

Websites

Greenfield, D. B. (Speaker). (2013, January 28). Science in the Preschool Classroom: Why and How This Can Be a Teacher's Best Friend. Video retrieved from http://eclkc.ohs.acf.hhs.gov/hslc/tta-system/teaching/practice/fp/fpArchive2013.html

University of Northern Iowa. Ramps & Pathways. Retrieved from http://www.uni.edu/rampsandpathways/

PowerPoints

McWayne, C. (2014). Partnerships for Early Childhood Curriculum Development: Readiness through Integrative Science and Engineering (RISE) [PowerPoint Slides]. PowerPoint Slides