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MICHAEL BRADY
I am an artist and graphic designer with more than
40 years of experience in all aspects of print design.
I was a book designer at the University of North Carolina
for 20 years, retiring in 2009, and I now operate
Michael Brady ­Design in Hillsborough, N.C.
Volume 10
Analysis of Philosophy and Issues in Africa and the Black Diaspora
Volume 10
Number 2
August 2007
About
Acquisition of new motor skills through
Continuous practice and shaping to produce
Quality movement of the
Upper extremity through
Intensive therapy and
Reinforcement in
Everyday patterns and places
The subscripted, lower-case c refers to the casting used in the course of
therapy.
ISSN 1539-8250
PHI LOSOPHIA
AFRICANA
Barbara T. Bowman, PhD
Chief Officer, Office of Early Childhood Education
Chicago PublicAnalysis
Schools of Philosophy and Issues
in Africa and the Black Diaspora
The key to improving the early education of all young children, including those with
special needs, is the effective preparation and development of the professionals who work
with them. The goal of ensuring that all personnel are “highly qualified” is easy to say but
difficult to define and implement. Written by distinguished early childhood and early
intervention leaders, Practical Approaches to Early Childhood Professional Development provides
an organized and accessible format for building quality and qualifications into professional
development programs. Throughout the chapters, the authors address many of the leading
issues in the early childhood field, such as:
• Creating effective professional development opportunities,
• Reflecting cultural and linguistic diversity both in pre-service programs and in
the classroom,
• Creating inclusive settings and learning environments,
• Working in partnership with families, and
• Developing policies that will ensure quality in early childhood education and
early intervention.
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The
authors rely
on evidence-based practice as well as their many years of experience to
present a thorough examination of the opportunities and challenges that lie ahead both
forOwen thoseWhiteness in Du Bois’s who will prepare the Souls of Black Folk
next generation of teachers and for those who guide the
continued professional development of experienced teachers.
Presbey Sage Philosophy and Ethnophilosophy
The CD-ROM enclosed lists hundreds of additional resources (including
in Ukaegbu print, on-line,
and on video), and contains many activities and course
Leadership and Development in Nigeria
syllabi that can be used in both pre-service and in-service training.
Book Review Race and Racism in Modern Philosophy
Practical Approaches to
Early Childhood
Professional Development
Evidence, Strategies, and Resources
Pamela J. Winton, Jeanette A. McCollum, and Camille Catlett
Contains CD-ROM
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Ste. 200
Washington, DC 20036
www.zerotothree.org
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About the authors
Stephanie DeLuca, Ph.D.
Dr. DeLuca is a developmental
psychologist and Co-director of the
Pediatric Neuromotor Research Clinic
at the Civitan International Research
Center at the University of Alabama at
Birmingham. She, Dr. Echols, and Dr.
Ramey developed the first randomized
controlled trial of Pediatric CI therapy
and continue to work to maximize its
efficacy and clinical implementation,
as recognized by the new name,
ACQUIREc Therapy.
Karen Echols, P.T., Ph.D., PCS
Dr. Echols is Co-director of the Pediatric
Neuromotor Research Clinic at UAB.
She has over 31 years’ experience as
a physical therapist, the last 28 of
which have been dedicated to children
and their families. She is certified in
Neurodevelopmental Treatment and
Pediatric Physical Therapy, and has a
Ph.D. in developmental psychology.
Sharon Landesman Ramey, Ph.D.
Dr. Ramey is the Director of the Center
for Health and Education, Georgetown
University. She is a developmental psychologist whose professional interests
include the study of the development of
intelligence and children’s competency,
early experience and early intervention,
the changing American family, and the
transition to school.
ACQUIREC Therapy
ACQUIREc Therapy is a recently developed and tested form of
intensive pediatric movement therapy that is informed by scientific theory and has led to rapid and sustained acquisition of new
motor skills and improvement in existing skills. Participation in
the course of ACQUIREc Therapy, provided over 3 to 4 weeks, has
also enhanced many other aspects of children’s and family’s lives.
The name “ACQUIREc Therapy” refers to a particular set of procedures and a systematic course of therapy administered by highly
trained pediatric therapists. The word “ACQUIRE” was selected
because the goal is to acquire new and improved neuromotor
competence. “ACQUIREc” is also an acronym that identifies some
of the distinctive features of this new form of evidence-based
therapy:
August 2007
Practical Approaches to Early Childhood Professional Development
PHI LOSOPHIA AFRICANA
Philosophia Africana
DePaul University
Department of Philosophy
2352 N. Clifton Avenue, Suite 150
Chicago, IL 60614 USA
Visit us at http://condor.depaul.edu/~africana/
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The key to effective practice is professional development. As we look for ways to improve
programs for all children, this book provides essential tools to guide the practice of teacher
educators.
A Training
Manual
Application
ConstraintInduced Movement
Therapy
for Effective
of Pediatric
Stephanie DeLuca, ph.d.
Karen Echols, p.t., ph.d., pcs
Sharon Landesman Ramey, ph.d.
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Editor
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Relevant recent work experience
In my freelance projects since 2000 (through Michael Brady
Design), I have designed (and, in some cases, edited) many
monographs (such as Megaprojects and Wired To . . . Clients
for ACEC, Love to Read and School Readiness and SocialEmotional Development for NBCDI, among others); worked
as the production designer for Philosophia Africana, a
scholarly journal at DePaul University; designed materials for
educational publishers (Kaplan Early Learning and Teaching
Strategies); and designed informational and promotional
materials for commercial clients.
2006–
From 2000 to 2008, I was a graphic designer in the
Publications Office of FPG Child Development Institute at
UNC–CH. My principal projects were most of the books and
monographs produced by FPG; the comprehensive design of
­Growing ­Literacy (formerly, Partners for Literacy), a multipart
early-childhood literacy curriculum; the design of Orchid,
a magazine on women’s health; and a wide array of posters,
brochures, pamphlets, flyers, and related small publications.
From 1988 to 2000, I was Design Manager at the Institute of
Goverment (now School of Government) at UNC–CH, where
I designed or oversaw the design and production of an
average of fifteen books, two quarterly journals, numerous
sales catalogs, brochures, flyers, and miscellaneous maps,
posters, announcements, and ephemera a year. In this position,
I supervised a staff of two artists and several freelance
designers.
Adobe Systems, Inc.
2000–
Freelance book and publications designer
Michael Brady Design, Hillsborough, N.C.
2000-2008 Publications designer
FPG Child D
­ evelopment Institute
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
1988–2000Publications Design Manager
Institute of Government
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
1987–1988Editor
Kachergis Book Design, Pittsboro, N.C.
Publications and published articles
Thinking Like a Designer: How to Save Money by Being a Smart
Client, 2010
Figuring Things Out: A Book of Paintings, 2009
“Hands On: Faster Means Smarter,” [FPO] Magazine, Premier
Issue [October 2007]
“How I Do It,” InDesign Magazine, August/September 200
“Beam Me Up,” InDesign Magazine, February/March 200
“Book Shelf” [review of three books], InDesign Magazine,
December 2005/January 200
Prior to that, I worked as a production editor on various
manuscripts for Joyce Kachergis Book Design, an award-­
winning design studio. Among her clients were Wesleyan
University Press, the University Press of New England,
Catholic University, Johns Hopkins Press, and others.
I am a studio painter, previously represented by Craven Allen
Gallery, Durham, and Glance Gallery, Raleigh. I have exhibited
regionally in numerous one-person and group shows.
Background and contact
Education
‒ BA, English literature, Belmont Abbey College, Belmont, N.C.
‒ BFA studies (painting), East Carolina University, Greenville, N.C.
‒ MA studies (art history), The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Residence
107 Faucette Mill Road, Hillsborough,  278  23 4455
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