The Comprehensive Infant Curriculum, A Self-Directed Teacher's Guide / Edition 1

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Overview

A comprehensive (40+ hour) self-directed manual is just what teachers need to effectively implement one of the best infant curriculum resources, Innovations: The Comprehensive Infant Curriculum. This guide is specially designed for teachers who are new to the world of care and early education of infants, as well as those who are experienced infant educators. Teachers explore Innovations' wide view of curriculum as inclusive of interactions, activities and experiences, child development, parent partnerships, teaching, observation and assessment, and environment.

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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This self-directed guide for improving skills in infant care and education is a companion to the authors' book about Infant/Toddler Curriculum. Through 38 modules, a teacher masters each step alone or with the guidance of another teacher or supervisor. From the introduction of the "Innovations" approach to planning to parents to recording behaviors, each module states the time necessary for completion, checklists, forms to use and readings to do before moving on to the next module. The guide is thorough, well organized and well written, but practitioners with limited reading skills may need some assistance in understanding child development language. The workbook contains all the necessary forms for observing and recording children's behaviors and would be an excellent asset in training new staff so that all have an understanding of a program's philosophy and practices. The whole program is estimated to take 41 hours and a certificate is included for those that complete the process. 2001, Gryphon House, $12.95. Ages Adult. Reviewer: Meredith Kiger AGES: Adult
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780876592700
  • Publisher: Gryphon House, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 9/1/2001
  • Series: Innovations
  • Edition description: Teachers G
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 128
  • Product dimensions: 8.50 (w) x 11.00 (h) x 0.30 (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 7
Module 1 Welcome and Purpose of Training 11
Module 2 Get Acquainted with Innovations: The Comprehensive Infant Curriculum 13
Module 3 Personal Goals for Training in Teacher's Guide 14
Module 4 Developmental Tasks 17
Module 5 Innovations in Observation/Assessment 20
Module 6 Innovations in Child Development 22
Module 7 Innovations in Interactive Experiences 24
Module 8 Innovations in Teaching 26
Module 9 Innovations in Parent Partnerships 29
Module 10 Innovations in Environments 31
Module 11 Activities and Experiences 34
Module 12 Webbing 37
Module 13 Planning Pages 39
Module 14 Possibilities 41
Module 15 Dramatic Possibilities 43
Module 16 Sensory and Art Possibilities 45
Module 17 Curiosity Possibilities 47
Module 18 Literacy Possibilities 49
Module 19 Music Possibilities 51
Module 20 Movement Possibilities 53
Module 21 Outdoor Possibilities 55
Module 22 Project Possibilities 57
Module 23 Parent Participation Possibilities 59
Module 24 Concepts Learned 61
Module 25 Resources 64
Module 26 Prop Boxes 66
Module 27 Picture File/Vocabulary 68
Module 28 Books 71
Module 29 Rhymes/Fingerplays 73
Module 30 Music/Songs 75
Module 31 Toys and Materials (gathered and bought) 77
Module 32 Using Anecdotal Observations 79
Module 33 Putting It All Together to Plan for Teaching 82
Module 34 How to Use Forms to Document Children's Learning, Events, and Interactions 84
Module 35 Conferencing with Parents 86
Module 36 How to Use Parent Postcards to Support Families 88
Module 37 How to Continue Professional Development? 90
Module 38 Completion of Training 92
Certificate of Completion 94
Appendix 95
Index 121
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