The Child Care Provider: Promoting Young Children's Development

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Paul H. Brookes Publishing Company, 1999 - Education - 285 pages
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Child care providers perform a critical role in the development of the young children they care for and teach. This book shows care providers how to maximize this role by turning everyday situations into opportunities for
-- fostering children's language and communication skills
-- providing appropriate guidance and discipline
-- using play to encourage children's learning

Bolstered by the latest research on child development, this resource's practical case studies help guide child care providers working with children from birth to 6 years of age. Sixteen extended interviews with child care professionals provide real-world advice on facing the challenges of work and staying motivated. Teacher educators, child care administrators, early childhood educators, individuals thinking about a career in child care, and parents looking for good child care programs will find this to be a useful guide.

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