Recursos y Lecturas

Encuentra recursos para tu familia en Valle Roaring Fork, aprende más sobre los principios detrás de nuestros programas, y ve por ti mismo lo que estamos leyendo.

Recursos para Familias en el Valle Roaring Fork

Aspen Valley Ski & Snowboard Club (AVSC)
Brinda a los jóvenes oportunidades para sobresalir a través de los deportes de invierno

Ascendigo Autism Services
Proporciona oportunidades de aprendizaje experiencial para personas con autismo

Alpine Legal Services
Brinda asesoramiento y representación en asuntos de derecho civil para hogares de bajos ingresos, adultos mayores y víctimas de delitos.

The Buddy Program
Proporciona tutoría individual y grupal para jóvenes

Community Health Services
Organización sin fines de lucro que brinda servicios de salud preventivos a los residentes, trabajadores y visitantes del Condado de Pitkin y del Valle Roaring Fork.

Eagle County MIRA Van
Alianza de Recursos Interculturales Móvil ofrece una variedad de recursos de salud de este a oeste en el condado Eagle

English in Action
Ayuda a los adultos que viven en el Roaring Fork Valley a mejorar su inglés

Habitat for Humanity of the Roaring Fork Valley
Se asocia con las familias para construir viviendas asequible

Mountain Family Health Centers
Proveedor de programas de salud accesibles para familias

Mind Springs Health
Ofrece servicios de salud mental en oficinas a lo largo de todo el valle

RESPONSE
Ayuda a sobrevivientes de violencia doméstica y agresión sexual

Roaring Fork Family Resource Center
Conecta a los estudiantes y sus familias con recursos de la comunidad  

 

Publicaciones de Valley Settlement

Reporte Anual 2018
Revisión del año 2018 Valley Settlement 

Evaluación de Programas 2018-2019
Resultados de seis programas de Valley Settlement

Evaluación de Programas 2017-2018
Resultados de cinco programas de Valley Settlement, realizados por la Dra. Sara Anne Tompkins

Puntos destacados de la evaluación 2017-2018
Algunos de los puntos principales reflejados en los resultados de cinco programas

Material que estamos leyendo

The Jane Addams Model
By David Brooks: New York Times

Children’s Emotional Development is Built into the Architecture of Their Brains
Harvard University Center on the Developing Child

From Best Practices to Breakthrough Impacts: A science based approach to building a more promising future for young children and families
Harvard University Center on the Developing Child

3 Principles to Improve Outcomes for Children and Families
Harvard University Center on the Developing Child

Building Core Capabilities for Life: The science behind the skills adults need to succeed in parenting and in the workplace
Harvard University Center on the Developing Child

A Guide to Toxic Stress
Harvard University Center on the Developing Child

Integrating DLL’s Home Language in the Classroom Does Not Hobble English Learning, New Study Finds
New America

Untangling the Evidence on Preschool Effectiveness: Insights for Policymakers
Learning Policy Institute

Colorado’s Early Childhood Workforce 2020 Plan
Colorado Office of Early Childhood

Integrating Issues: Framing for Racial Equity and Children
Frame Works Institute

The Colorado Guide to 2GEN
Keystone Policy Institute

Serving Immigrant Families Through Two-Generation Programs
Migration Policy Institute

Behavioral Activation as an Alternative Treatment Approach for Latinos With Depression
Azara Santiago-Rivera, Jonathan Kanter, Gregory Benson, Talia DeRose, Roseanne Illes, and William Reyes: University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

What is Attachment?
Momentous Institute

To Help Kids Thrive, Help Their Parents
Paul Tough, New York Times

39 Magical Years of Exploration: Wisdom from Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Kindergarten Teacher
Marnie Kaplan: Ahead of The Heard

Linking Social Development and Behavior to School Readiness
The Center on the Social and Emotional Foundations for Early Learning Vanderbilt University

Early Learning in Colorado
Early Learning In Colorado By Jessica Troe: Center for American Progress

To Teach a Child to Read, First Give Him Glasses
David L. Kirp: New York Times

Two-Generation Strategies and Involving Immigrant Parents in Children’s Education
Robert Crosnoe: University of Texas at Austin

Why Are our Most Important Teachers Paid the Least?
Jeneen Interlandi: New York Times Magazine

Engaging Family, Friend, and Neighbor Informal Caregivers: Findings from Four Informal Child Care Projects
The David and Lucile Packard Foundation

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