[R-0134] S2. Instructional Strategies

Citation: The Family, Infant and Preschool Program (FIPP) Center for the Advanced Study of Excellence (CASE) in Early Childhood and Family Support Practices. (2011). FIPP Website. Retrieved from http://fipp.org/

Abstract: The FIPP Center for the Advanced Study of Excellence (CASE) in Early Childhood and Family Support Practices is one of the Centers of Excellence in Early Childhood. They are a research and training institute as well as an early childhood intervention program for children aged 0-5 and their families. They are part of the J. Iverson Riddle Developmental Center (JIRDC) located in Morganton, North Carolina, U.S.A.

Integration: Information at this website will help educators implement strategies that promote the self-awareness, self-regulation, self-control, self-reliance, self-esteem and independence in children and their families.

Content Focus: Coaching; Natural Learning Environment; Primary Coach Approach; Dr. Carl Dunst; Child Development II

Notes: Found on this website are web-based journal articles (CASEinPoint), bibliographies of selected references related to the evidence-based intervention practices used by CASE investigators (CASEmakers), descriptions of instruments, scales and procedures for promoting an understanding of the characteristics of evidence-based practices and methods and procedures for promoting adoption of these practices (CASEtools), how-to guides designed to assist practitioners in operationalizing the characteristics of evidence-based practices (BriefCASE), groupings of web-based journal articles, how-to guides, and bibliographies on a specific topic or theme related to early childhood and family-centered practices (CASEcollections).