Learning from Families and Communities
A Vision for Transforming Early Childhood Research and Practice for Young Children of Immigrants and Their Families
Doucet, F., & Adair, J. (2018). Introduction: A Vision for Transforming Early Childhood Research and Practice for Young Children of Immigrants and Their Families. Bank Street Occasional Paper Series, 2018(39), 2.
Building Bridges, Not Walls, Between Latinx Immigrant Parents and Schools
“Lo Hacen Tan Complicado”: Bridging the Perspectives an Expectations of Mathematics Instruction of Latino Immigrant Parents.
Teaching Ideas from Immigrant Families
Recognizing the Voices of Immigrant Parents in Preschool/Pre-K Settings
Adair, J.K. & Barraza-Correa, A. (2014). Recognizing the voices of immigrant parents in preschool/pre-K settings. Young Children, 69, 32-39.
Examining Whiteness as an Obstacle to Positively Approaching Immigrant Families in U.S. Early Childhood Educational Settings
Taking Seriously the Perspectives and Potential of Immigrant Parents, Children, and Teachers in Early Childhood Education
Meditation, Rangoli and Eating on the Floor: Practices from an Urban Preschool in Bangalore, India