Number of unique resources found: 4
Author: Harms, Thelma (3 more by this author); Clifford, Richard M.
Description: This web site provides information about the Family Day Care Rating Scale used to assess the quality of a family day care environment. French translation available.
Author: Harms, Thelma (3 more by this author); Clifford, Richard M.; Cryer, Debby
Description: This Web site provides information about the Infant/Toddler Environment Rating Scale used to assess the quality of a child care environment. French, German and Italian translations available.
Author: Hayden, Jacqueline; Kathy Cologon; Rosemary Dunn
Description: This annotated bibliography reflects the findings from a scoping exercise to identify the published research about young children in emergency and disaster situations. It contains 274 items. Articles in the bibliography are listed alphabetically in the first section of this document, then in an annotated format. Following this, the articles are grouped according to the thematic groupings which emerged. Readers are referred in the annotated section for complete resource information.
Author: Naudeau, Sophie; Michelle J. Neuman; Alexandria Valerio; Leslie Kennedy Elder; Naoko Kataoka
Description: The World Bank created this early childhood development (ECD) guide in response to growing demand from project managers for advice and support to facilitate the policy dialogue on the topic of ECD and to help clients make and implement relevant choices on how to best invest in ECD in the context of their country’s economy and national priorities. This guide fills a gap in the literature by (1) distilling existing information in a user-friendly format of short notes, (2) providing practical information on recently relevant ECD topics, such as measuring child development outcomes through the identification and adaptation of relevant instruments, conditional cash transfers for families with young children, and so on, and (3) assessing the quality of the latest evidence on each topic and identifying the knowledge gaps for which additional experimentation and evaluation are required.