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  • Exceptionality

This exploratory study examined the nature of instruction provided in two reading intervention programs designed for elementary-grade students with dyslexia (The Multisensory Teaching Approach and Reading RULES!).

This report describes child care leaders’ staffing challenges during the COVID pandemic using data from a Fall 2020 survey of 262 Virginia child care leaders.

  • Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology

We studied parent and child gendered beliefs about toy types and screen media. Parents had stereotypical gender beliefs for spatial/non-spatial toys but not media. Children claimed their own gender is better at and prefers all toy types. Parents rated screen media as less educational than physical toys.