Infant & Toddler Development / Edition 1

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Overview

The tool every administrator, director, or program manager needs to provide comprehensive training for infant and toddler teachers who are using The Innovations Series (Innovations: The Comprehensive Toddler Curriculum and Innovations: The Comprehensive Toddler Curriculum). Designed to be used as a pre-service model, an in-service model, or as an annual training plan to guarantee well-prepared and trained infant and toddler teachers who plan and implement developmentally appropriate infant and toddler curriculum.

Dr. Albrecht is widely known as an advocate for high quality care and early education opportunities for all children. Dr. Miller, with over 25 years of direct experience in education, is a national speaker and consultant.

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Editorial Reviews

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With over 50% of all infants and toddlers in the United States in out-of-home child care, there is a great need to educate caregivers about this critical time of life for youngsters. This unique approach by two long time professionals in the early childhood field uses the "Innovations" approach created by them. The Innovations approach to infant/toddler development combines understanding in child development, best practices, behaviors in context and knowledge of myths and misunderstandings as an approach to successfully facilitating a child's growth and development through these stages. Based on the interactional theories of Brazelton and Greenspan, the Innovations approach believes that the quality of the interactions with each child is more important the activities that are planned for them. This workbook provides the steps necessary to implement this approach in an infant or toddler setting. Well written and researched, the book is an excellent guide for centers, both home-based and institutional, to implement this unique approach to care giving and educating. The approach requires careful observation of each child, the inclusion of the child's family in decision-making as well as basic understanding of child development in planning curriculum and environments. The book delineates each step in the process and the appendix includes a myriad of forms applicable to the process, such as family communication forms, observation forms, an outline of the Innovations model as well as sources for further information about early childhood education. A plus for all teachers of early childhood. Other books by these authors provide a self-guided approach for teachers to improve their infant/toddlercare giving skills. 2001, Gryphon House, $39.95. Ages Adult. Reviewer: Meredith Kiger AGES: Adult
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780876592595
  • Publisher: Gryphon House, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 9/1/2001
  • Series: Innovations
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 372
  • Product dimensions: 8.50 (w) x 11.00 (h) x 0.90 (d)

Meet the Author


Kay Albrecht, Ph.D. is a senior partner in a consulting firm that specializes in working with businesses interested in family-friendly policies and in supporting early education. Dr. Albrecht is a nationally know speaker, the author of several books, and a contributing editor to Child Care Information Exchange. Linda Miller has been committed to the field of education for more than 25 years--as a classroom teacher, supervisor, federal projects director, trainer, corporate child care director, and curriculum developer. She is a nationally know speaker and a highly sought-after consultant to early childhood programs throughout the country.
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Table of Contents

Introduction 9
Ch. 1 Innovations: Infant and Toddler Development 13
Ch. 2 Separating from Parents and Transitioning to School 37
Ch. 3 Connecting with School and Teacher and Making Friends 93
Ch. 4 Relating to Self and Others and Exploring Roles 145
Ch. 5 Communicating with Parents, Teachers, and Friends 195
Ch. 6 Moving Around and Problem-solving 249
Ch. 7 Expressing Feelings with Parents, Teachers, and Friends 305
Appendix 343
References 361
Index 367
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