Who Are These People?: A Guide for Child Care Professionals (2003)

Who Are These People?: A Guide for Child Care Professionals
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Who Are These People?:
A Guide for Child Care Professionals
(2003)
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As children spend an increasing portion of their day outside the home, it has become even more important that they are consistently exposed to positive and productive experiences, especially during their formative years. High-quality care is no longer a plus it s a must.

With the goal of making daily caregiving easier and more enjoyable, the National Academies and the McCormick Tribune Foundation have partnered to produce this useful and informative booklet. Based on key findings described in two recent reports on early childhood development and education from the National Academies From Neurons to Neighborhoods: The Science of Early Childhood Development and Eager to Learn: Educating Our Preschoolers it offers helpful suggestions and practical guidance to child care providers, educators, and even interested parents.

Concentrating specifically on infants, toddlers, and preschoolers, Who Are These People?: A Guide for Child Care Professionals provides information and inspiration to everyone who interacts with young children on a regular basis.

Copies are available free of charge in English or Spanish. Get yours today by phoning Customer Service toll free at 1-800-624-6242.

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  • Behavioral and Social Sciences — Children, Youth and Families

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12 pages | 8 x 8

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National Research Council. Who Are These People?: A Guide for Child Care Professionals. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press, 2003.

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