The Comprehensive Infant & Toddler Curriculum, Trainer's Guide / Edition 1

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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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Designed to be used with "The Infant & Toddler Development" series, the trainer's guide is a comprehensive handbook about providing inservice or preservice workshops using the "Innovations" approach designed by the same authors. It includes a step-by-step approach to planning and implementing staff training, from activities for getting the group warmed up to handouts, overheads and actual presentation. There's a grid for integrating all facets of training in a sequenced approach and a schedule for pacing. The book suggests a one-day inservice, but there is a great deal of information and new ideas to be processed by attendees. A child care center could plan to accomplish it over several weeks and allow participants to read and study materials sufficiently; then, perhaps, the center could attempt several new ideas and later, reflect on the process. However a staff decides to accomplish the training, everything one needs to train staff in infant and toddler care is included in this program, except maybe the refreshments. 2001, Gryphon House, $29.95. Ages Adult. Reviewer: Meredith Kiger AGES: Adult
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780876592601
  • Publisher: Gryphon House, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 9/1/2001
  • Series: Innovations
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 308
  • Product dimensions: 8.50 (w) x 11.00 (h) x 0.60 (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
Section I Comprehensive Introduction to Innovations: The Comprehensive Infant Curriculum and Innovations: The Comprehensive Toddler Curriculum (approximately 8 hours) 11
Preparation for Comprehensive Introduction to Innovations Training 12
Handouts/Overheads 13
Materials Needed 13
Detailed Planning Grid 14
Detailed Agenda 19
Section II Inservice/Preservice/Workshops on Various Topics (1 to 2 hours per topic) or Biweekly/Monthly Staff Meetings (30 minutes to 1 hour) 29
Module 1 Understanding Child Development Theory: Principles of Development/Physical Development 31
Module 2 Understanding Child Development Theory: Attachment 35
Module 3 Understanding Child Development Theory: Temperament 38
Module 4 Understanding Child Development Theory: Play 40
Module 5 Understanding Child Development Theory: Brain Development and Intellectual Development 42
Module 6 Understanding Child Development Theory: Language Development and Literacy 45
Module 7 Understanding Child Development Theory: Social Development and Social Problem-solving 47
Module 8 Developmental Tasks 49
Module 9 Observation and Assessment 51
Module 10 Interactive Experiences 53
Module 11 Parent Partnerships 55
Module 12 Curriculum Planning Process 57
Module 13 Environments 59
Module 14 Dramatic Possibilities 61
Module 15 Sensory/Art Possibilities 63
Module 16 Curiosity Possibilities 65
Module 17 Construction Possibilities (for Toddlers) 67
Module 18 Music/Movement Possibilities 69
Module 19 Literacy Possibilities 71
Module 20 Outdoor Possibilities 73
Module 21 Projects 75
Module 22 Prop Boxes 77
Module 23 Picture Files/Vocabulary 79
Module 24 Guidance and Discipline 81
Module 25 Biting 83
Module 26 Aggression 85
Module 27 Social Problem-solving 87
Module 28 Toileting 89
Module 29 Portfolios 91
Appendix 93
Preparation Checklist 95
12 Learning Tasks: Simplified Piaget by Alice Honig 96
Accident/Incident Report 97
Anecdotal Record (Blank) 98
Anecdotal Record--Example of Anetria 99
Arrow Curriculum Graphic 100
Books Read List 101
Communication Sheet 102
Complete List of Big Ideas 103
Complete Observation/Assessment, Birth to 18 Months 105
Complete Observation/Assessment, 18 to 36 Months 114
Concepts Learned in Me and My Body 123
Conference Summary 124
Cover Sheet 125
Creating Environments for Young Children 126
Creating Environments for Young Children--Classroom Checklist 127
Curriculum Planning Process 128
Gardner's Multiple Intelligences 129
Icebreakers 130
Infant Developmental Tasks 133
Infant/Toddler Temperament Chart 134
Interactive Experiences Checklist 135
Language Behaviors Checklist (Infants) 136
Language Behaviors Checklist (Toddlers) 137
Note to Parents 138
Observation/Assessment Instrument--Helpful Hints for Completing 139
Observation/Assessment Instrument (Relating to Self and Others) 140
One-day Training Agenda 141
Parent Visit Log 142
Parten Types of Play Chart 143
Pies 144
Ping-ponging 145
Play Theorist Summary 146
Portfolio Planning Form 147
Posibilities Plan (Blank) 148
Possibilities Plan (Completed) 150
Problem-solving Worksheet 152
Project Worksheet 153
Prop Box Worksheet 154
Relationship of Classroom Challenges to Child Development Topics 155
Release Form 156
Resources for Infant and Toddler Teachers 157
Resources for Trainers 160
Routine Times in the Classroom 161
Strategies for Supporting Emerging Literacy 162
Teacher Competencies to Support Connecting with School and Teacher 164
Teacher Competencies to Support Making Friends 165
Techniques for Stimulating Language Development 166
Toddler Developmental Tasks 167
Using Teacher Competencies to Assess Progress 168
Combined List of Infant Teacher Competencies 169
Combined List of Toddler Teacher Competencies 173
Value of Play Chart 177
Workshop Evaluation for Participants (version 1) 178
Workshop Evaluation for Participants (version 2) 179
Workshop Evaluation for Presenters 180
Training Certificate 182
Combined Infant and Toddler Observation/Assessment Instrument 183
Completed Combined Infant and Toddler Observation/Assessment Instrument 201
Index 219
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