Catherine Scott-Little

**Education: Doctorate of Philosophy in Human Development May, 1991 University of Maryland, College Park--Master of Arts in Human Development December, 1988 University of Maryland, College Park--Bachelor of Science in Home Economics May, 1987 Child Development and Family Relations University of North Carolina at Greensboro

There are 7 included publications by Catherine Scott-Little :

TitleDateViewsBrief Description
Assessing Beliefs of Preservice Early Childhood Education Teachers Using Q-Sort Methodology 2009 1788 The purpose of this study was to assess the beliefs of students and faculty in a 4-year birth–kindergarten teacher preparation program using the Teacher Belief Q-Sort (TBQ). Data were collected over one academic year from a total of 63 students, 35 s...
A Course on Effective Teacher-Child Interactions: Effects on Teacher Beliefs, Knowledge, and Observed Practice 2012 5851 Among 440 early childhood teachers, half were randomly assigned to take a 14-week course on effective teacher-child interactions. This course used the Classroom Assessment Scoring System (CLASS) as the basis to organize, describe, and demonstrate eff...
Developing the BIO Questionnaire: A Bilingual Parent Report Tool for Prekindergarten English Learners of Latino Heritage 2013 2899 With the increasing number of preschool-age children of Latino heritage entering U.S. schools comes a growing need to accurately determine children's individual needs and identify potential disabilities, beginning with the screening process. Unfortun...
Developing Teachers' Classroom Interactions: A Description of a Video Review Process for Early Childhood Education Students 2012 1668 This article describes a video review process for providing feedback to students and documents students' teaching practices using the CLASS in a practicum course and student teaching. Students videotaped themselves in their field-based settings and t...
Education Level and Stability As It Relates to Early Childhood Classroom Quality: A Survey of Early Childhood Program Directors and Teachers 2008 1856 The field of early care and education is continually seeking to determine factors that contribute to the overall quality of the education for young children. Individual characteristics of teachers, including education level, have been associated with...
Implementation of a Course Focused on Language and Literacy Within Teacher–Child Interactions: Instructor and Student Perspectives Across Three Institutions of Higher Education 2011 1115 Research suggests that teachers' interactions with preschool-age children have a significant influence on what children learn and the skills they develop. Additional research is needed to systematically determine the types of professional development...
Team Teaching in an Early Childhood Interdisciplinary Program: A Decade of Lessons Learned 2009 3319 Preparing students in the early childhood field to work with children both with and without disabilities and to collaborate with different professionals is an important endeavor for colleges and universities. The purpose of this paper is to articulat...