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Acknowledgments

The staff of the Illinois Early Learning Project appreciates the collaboration of the following individuals on Tip Sheet topics and “no-cost” translations for the residents of the state of Illinois:

Assistance with checking accuracy and appropriateness of content for the Natural Illinois series:

  • Valerie Keener, Administrator, Division of Education, Illinois Department of Natural Resources, Springfield, Illinois

Assistance with checking accuracy and appropriateness of content for the Peanut Allergy Awareness Tip Sheet:

  • Carol Carlton, Child Care Nurse Consultant serving Champaign, Douglas, Macon, and Piatt Counties
  • Linda Cox, Urbana School Health Center Nurse

Assistance with checking accuracy and appropriateness of content for Preventing Lead Poisoning in Children Tip Sheet:

  • Brenda Houy, Environmental Inspector with the Champaign-Urbana Health District

Assistance with checking accuracy and appropriateness of content for the Say Yes to the Mess series:

  • Jim Angel, Ph.D., Illinois State Climatologist, Illinois State Water Survey

Assistance with checking accuracy and appropriateness of content for the Playground Physics series:

  • David Hertzog, Ph.D., Department of Physics, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (now at the University of Washington), for Playground Physics: On a Roll
  • Edward Paine, retired physical science teacher, for Playground Physics: Watch for Falling Objects! and Playground Physics: Hang in There!

Translation of a set of Tip Sheets into Chinese:

  • Ann-Marie Wiese, Ph.D., Senior Research Associated, WestEd, Center for Child and Family Studies, Sausalito, California
  • Min Chen, Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley

Translation of a set of Tip Sheets into Korean:

  • Jin-Hee Lee, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department of Early Childhood, Graduate School, Keimyung University, Daegu, Korea
  • Dr. Lee’s students: Taehun Kim, Taehee Lee, Misook Pyo, Gyeong-oh Seo, Ok-kyoung Lee, Jiyeon Lee, and Kyung-hee Park, Ph.D.

The IEL staff also appreciates and recognizes the collaboration of the following individuals who read and made suggestions for content and organization of Guides for Implementing the Project Approach and Lesson Planning in the Context of Projects:

  • Becca Johnson, Preschool Head Teacher, University Primary School, Champaign, Illinois
  • Barbara Gallick and Lisa Lee, Team Teachers, Illinois State University Child Care Center
  • Scott Brouette, Lead Teacher, Western Illinois University Preschool Center

Translations of a set of Tip Sheets into Russian:

  • Anastaiya V. Lakhikova, Ph.D., Lecturer, The Center for Translation Studies, School of Literatures, Cultures and Linguistics,University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

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