Hill, L. T., Stremmel, A. J., & Fu, V. R. (2002). Teaching kindness and compassion in a diverse world: How to build a kind and caring classroom community in today’s diverse society. Early Childhood Today, 17, 3, 36-45.
Fu, V. R. (2001). The challenge to reinvent the Reggio Emilia approach: A pedagogy of hope and possibilities. In V. Fu, A. Stremmel, & L, Hill (Eds.), Teaching and learning: Collaborative exploration of the Reggio Emilia approach. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Merrill Prentice Hall. pp. 23-35.
Fu, V. R., Stremmel, A. J., & Hill, L. T. (1998). Building a caring community for learning: Multiculturalism in action. Early Years: An International Journal of Research and Development, 18, 2, 32-35.
Wiles, B., Fu, V.R.. (2010). Shared Reading, Guided Participation, and Mind-Mindedness Among Appalachian Head Start Mothers. (HHS, $29,809.00; 1-year, Sept. 30, 2010 – Sept. 29, 2011). Funded. I serve as Bradford’s Mentor and Major professor to support his research.
Fu, V. R., PI. (2008). Evaluation of the Child Development Association (CDA) Program, Council for Professional Recognition. $19,476.00.
Fu, V.R. (PI), Gallagher, K., & Fraley, A. Virginia Star Quality Initiative for Continuous Improvement Pilot Phase. Virginia Department of Social Services. Funded: $98,000 (2 years).
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