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Childcare providers play an important role in healthy child development
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Event date: April 21, 2020
Event time: | 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Building Relationships with Children who Challenge Us – Have you ever been secretly pleased when one of the children in your group is absent? Some children are more difficult to work with than others. This professional development program will ...
April 1, 2016
Every adult who cares for children has a responsibility to guide, correct and socialize them toward appropriate behaviors. These actions often are called child guidance and discipline. Positive guidance and discipline are crucial for children because ...
Dec. 1, 2005
The preschool years (ages 2-1/2 to 5) are an exciting time for young children. When they were infants, they developed a trust of their caregivers. As toddlers, they began to establish some independence. Now, as preschoolers, they use this trust and ...
Aug. 1, 2004
Between birth and age three, children rapidly achieve many important milestones that create the foundation for later growth and development. Early in life, babies depend on others to meet their needs for safety and security. When infants receive ...
July 1, 2001
For some time, we have known that development results from the dynamic interplay of nature and nurture. From birth on, we grow and learn because our biology is programmed to do so and because our social and physical environment provides ...