Library Catalog, use subject headings such as:
Child development; Child psychology; Early childhood education; Education, Preschool; Educational psychology; Learning; Teaching -- Aids and devices.
Use the library databases in these categories:
- Social Sciences (such as ERIC)
- Go to Navajo County Library District, click on AZ Library: Free Research Databases on right side then Browse All Resources.
- Click on ERIC (Education Resources Information Center) for educational resources.
- Use USA.gov for official documents and statistics.
- Arizona Early Childhood from Arizona Department of Education
- Arizona Early Learning Standards, 3rd edition
- Arizona Head Start Association
- Children's Picture Books from Miami University
- Early Childhood Research & Practice – index to articles
- Guidelines for Comprehensive Early Education Programs from Arizona Department of Education
- Center for Best Practices in Early Childhood from Western Illinois University
- First Things First
- From Neurons to Neighborhoods: the science of early childhood development from National Academy Press
- Head Start – Early Childhood Development, Teaching, and Learning
- HighScope – Preschool Curriculum
- HighScope – Preschool Curriculum Longitudinal Study
- Kids Count Data Center from Annie E Casey Foundation
- National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC)
- Theories of Learning from Funderstanding
- Zero to Three
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