Infant/toddler Caregiving: A Guide to Social-emotional Growth and Socialization
John Ronald Lally, California. Department of Education
California Department of Education, 1990 - Family & Relationships - 96 pages
This volume assists caregivers with their day-to-day efforts to nurture social and emotional growth in infants and toddlers. The guide is divided into five sections. In the first three sections, nationally recognized experts approach the question of how caregivers can nurture early social and emotional growth. The papers in each section are followed by related information from research and practice; concrete examples are given of caregiver actions that support growth. This work also examples of appropriate and inappropriate caregiving behavior in the areas of social-emotional growth and socialization.
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