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Caring for Infants and Toddlers in Groups: Developmentally Appropriate Practice (2nd Edition)
ZERO TO THREE 2008
Item No: 398-OLB
This revised edition of the best-selling Caring for Infants and Toddlers in Groups: Developmentally Appropriate Practice provides the latest information about the elements of quality care that support optimal development and learning for young children. Featuring an age-based approach to link developmental milestones to positive learning experiences and filled with research-based information, this guide uses the science of early childhood to outline ways infant care teachers in both center-based and family child care programs can positively impact the learning and lives of the children and families they serve.
Details on the significant impact that relationships have on shaping the wiring of a young child’s brain
Ways to support language and literacy learning for infants and toddlers
Updated information about the elements of quality for group care and how those elements connect to the learning process
New insights about the unique challenges and opportunities infant-toddler care teachers face
Tools and strategies to help teachers engage in reflective practice and build respectful and culturally sensitive relationships with both colleagues and parents
Your book purchase also includes 1 set of bilingual (English and Spanish) posters that detail developmental milestones and 1 wheel on challenging behaviors that offers a 3-step approach to understand and manage them effectively.
Format: paperback, with a set of 3 posters, and one wheel
Need more posters or wheels? Buy them separately.
Poster Sets—Grow With Me From Birth to Three
Wheel Sets—Behavior Has Meaning