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Louise R. Phillips, M.Ed.

Louise R. Phillips, M.Ed. Biography: Louise R. Phillips, M.Ed., is Coordinator of Inclusion Services at the Arlitt Child and Family Research and Education Center at the University of Cincinnati. She holds bachelor of science degrees in kindergarten-primary education and in child development, family life, and preschool education, as well as a master's degree in early childhood education from the University of Cincinnati. Ms. Phillips coordinates disability and mental health services for children and families and has presented on various topics, including children with challenging behaviors, inclusion, diversity, transitions, talking with children about difficult topics, the screening and assessment process, and communicating with families. Prior to teaching at Arlitt Center, Ms. Phillips taught in a preschool program in Alabama and kindergarten and preschool programs in the Cincinnati area. As an early Childhood Education Teacher Specialist at the Arlitt Center, she has facilitated children's learning through the Home Base and Center Base Programs. In addition, she has been a cooperating teacher, resource advisor, and mentor to early childhood education students at the University of Cincinnati. Ms. Phillips and her husband Ray have two children, David and Tracy.

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  • Challenging Behaviors in Early Childhood Settings

    ISBN: 978-1-55766-682-6

    Description

    Based on the latest research and the authors' classroom experience, this book helps early childhood teams assess the classroom environment and link effective behavioral interventions to developmentally appropriate curricula and teaching practices.

    Paperback $32.95 Qty:

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