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Resources Within Reason is a bi-monthly, one-way listserv. Each issue focuses on a topic of interest to individuals who support young children and their families, with emphasis on children with or at risk for disabilities. All featured resources are free.

The content of Resources within Reason is coordinated by Camille Catlett. The listserv is supported by DEC. All or part of Resources within Reason may be freely shared or copied.

 

Resource Archives 

January 2017 - The Evidence for Inclusion

Compiled by Camille Catlett and Erin E. Barton

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March 2017 - Designing for Each Child 

Compiled by Camille Catlett 

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May 2017 - Powerful Perspectives

Compiled by Camille Catlett 

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July 2017 - Young Children in Immigrant Families

Compiled by Sheresa B. Blanchard, Camille Catlett, Jennifer R. Newton, & Jennifer J. Hurley 

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September 2017 - Engaging Each Family

Compiled by Camille Catlett 

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November 2017 - Addressing Suspension and Expulsion

Compiled by Camille Catlett 

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January 2018 - Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) Resources

Compiled by Camille Catlett 

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March 2018 - Maltreatment and Trauma Resources

Compiled by Nicole Kitchens, Catherine Corr, Ph.D., University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

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May 2018 - Family Engagement Resources

Compiled by Camille Catlett

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July 2018 - DEC Recommended Practices Resources

Compiled by Camille Catlett

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September 2018 - Assessment Resources

Compiled by Camille Catlett

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Camille Catlett

Camille Catlett provides consultation on evidence-based professional development at individual, topic, program, organization, and state levels. She is based at the University of North Carolina's Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute and has led work in 30 states focused on collaborative professional development efforts that support the full participation of each young child and his or her family, including those who are culturally, linguistically, and individually diverse. In 2006, Ms. Catlett was awarded the Mary McEvoy Award for Contributions to the Field by DEC.

 

To suggest resources or request focus topics for the listserv, please contact Camille Catlett at (919) 966-6635 or camille.catlett@unc.edu.

 
 

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