Concepts for Care : 20 Essays on Infant/Toddler Development and Learning
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Description: Leading experts in infant/toddler development have contributed succinct essays drawn from research, theory, clinical case studies, and carefully documented practice. Each essay represents current thinking in the field of infant/toddler development and care. Individually and as a collection, the essays provide a springboard for reflection, discussion, and further exploration, especially for infant/toddler professionals seeking to enhance their programs and for students in the early care and education field. Book jacket.
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Copyright year: 2006
Publication date: 9/28/2006
Size: 6.75" wide x 8.75" long x 0.25" tall
|Being Held in Another's Mind||p. 1|
|Metatheories of Childrearing||p. 7|
|The Emotional Basis of Intelligence||p. 15|
|Creativity, Shared Meaning, and Relationships||p. 21|
|Creating Responsive, Reciprocal Relationships with Infants and Toddlers||p. 25|
|Nurturing Very Young Children Who Experience More Than One Language||p. 31|
|Stress, Nurture, and the Young Brain||p. 41|
|Nurturing Developing Brains, Minds, and Hearts||p. 47|
|Play and Its Relationship to Preliteracy||p. 55|
|Teachers and Family Members: Talking Together||p. 59|
|Embracing Inclusion: When ALL Means ALL||p. 65|
|Infant Mental Health||p. 71|
|Working with Traumatized Young Children in Child Care and Education Settings||p. 77|
|Environments for Infants and Toddlers||p. 85|
|Reflective Practice||p. 91|
|Every Child Is a Cultural Being||p. 97|
|Socialization and Guidance with Infants and Toddlers||p. 101|
|Beyond Baby Talk: Speaking with Babies||p. 107|
|Responsive Interactions: Reading with Very Young Children||p. 111|
|Respectful Teaching with Infants and Toddlers||p. 117|
|About the Contributors||p. 129|
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