The New Mexico Child Care Health Promotion Project: Theory, Methods, and Results 1989-1992 [The Journal of Educational Issue of Language Minority Students, V. 15]

Elias J. Duryea, Irene Sanchez, Liza Nagel

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This paper discusses the success of a three-year New Mexico project that provided training for child care providers related to health behaviors and preventive health care of rural Native American and Hispanic preschool children. Training focused on how to foster self-esteem, ways to work more effectively with children with disabilities, and how to integrate ethnic culture and tradition into nutrition as well as fitness activities. A parent involvement component was developed so project instruction could receive reinforcement at home. 

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Elias J. Duryea, Irene Sanchez, Liza Nagel. The New Mexico Child Care Health Promotion Project: Theory, Methods, and Results 1989-1992 [The Journal of Educational Issue of Language Minority Students, V. 15] (1995). Journal of Educational Issues for Language Minority Students: Boise, ID. (10 pages).

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Journal of Educational Issues for Language Minority Students
The Bilingual Education Teacher Preparation Program
Boise State University
Boise, ID
83725

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