Natalie Danner, Ph.D.


Montessorian. Teacher Educator. Inclusion Advocate.

Publications


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Montessori


Montessori inclusion: Strategies and stories of support for learners with exceptionalities


Ann Epstein, Natalie Danner


Ann Epstein, with Natalie Danner, Parent-Child Press, 2020


Preface


Natalie Danner


Montessori inclusion: Strategies and stories of support for learners with exceptionalities, Ann Epstein, Natalie Danner, Parent-Child Press, 2020, pp. xi-x


Montessori and Non-Montessori Early Childhood Teachers' Attitudes Toward Inclusion and Access


Natalie Danner, Susan A. Fowler


Journal of Montessori Research, vol. 1(1), 2015 Oct 13, pp. 28-41



Inclusion


Adapting lesson plans for preschoolers: Addressing state early learning standards


Emily Dorsey, Natalie Danner, Bernadette Lauman


Young Exceptional Children Monograph, 2014



Standards for Teacher Education


Position Statement: Personnel Standards in Early Childhood Special Education


Vicki Stayton, Linda Flynn-Wilson, Harriet Able, Natalie Danner, Lorraine Dejong, Cori Hill, Eva Horn, Hailey Love, Jennifer Kilgo, Ann Mickelson, Mary Murray, Sandy Hess Robbins, Christine Marvin, Cynthia Vail, Pam Winton


Division for Early Childhood, 2017


Position Statement Executive Summary: Personnel Standards in Early Childhood Special Education


Vicki Stayton, Linda Flynn-Wilson, Harriet Able, Natalie Danner, Lorraine Dejong, Cori Hill, Eva Horn, Hailey Love, Jennifer Kilgo, Ann Mickelson, Mary Murray, Sandy Hess Robbins, Christine Marvin, Cynthia Vail, Pam Winton


Division for Early Childhood, 2017



Early Childhood Policy


The interrelated roles of early childhood policy and early childhood research


Susan Fowler, Dawn Thomas, Catherine Corr, Natalie Danner


Handbook of Research Methods in Early Childhood Education: Review of Research Methodologies, Olivia Saracho, Information Age, 2014, pp. 95-114


Assessing risk : descriptive data related to risk factors experienced by young children and their families in Illinois


Dawn V. Thomas, Robert M. Goerge, Susan A. Fowler, Roopa Seshadri, Natalie Danner, Bernard Cesarone


2011 Nov 31



Professional Development & Teacher Education


Teacher-directed professional development: An alternative to conventional professional development


Bryan Artman, Natalie Danner, Sherry Crow


International Journal of Self-Directed Learning, vol. 17(1), 2020


Improving Teacher Practices Using Microteaching: Planful Video Recording and Constructive Feedback


Michaelene M. Ostrosky, Chryso Mouzourou, Natalie Danner, Hasan Y. Zaghlawan


Young Exceptional Children, vol. 16(1), 2013 Jan 28, pp. 16-29



Abuse / Neglect


Resources for Professionals Working with Young Children with Disabilities Who Have Experienced Abuse or Neglect


Natalie Danner, Catherine Corr, Camille Catlett


Young Exceptional Children, vol. 18(3), 2015 Aug 17, pp. 52-53


Court-Appointed Special Advocate Strong Beginnings: Raising Awareness across Early Childhood and Child Welfare Systems.


Catherine Patricia Corr, Natalie Danner


Early Child Development and Care, 2014 Jul 21, pp. 1436-1446



Nature and Children


Nature play and learning for all children


Natalie Danner


Spectrum: The Journal of the Illinois Science Teachers Association, vol. 37(2), 2011, pp. 30-32



Under Review


Promoting inclusion and collaboration: Alignment of CEC/DEC and NAEYC personnel preparation standards


Ann Mickelson, Vicki Stayton, Lynette Chandler, Katy Green, Cindy Vail, Natalie Danner, Judy Swett, Hazel Jones, Sandy Robbins


Journal of Early Intervention