Course Description

The Ten Essential Elements of Quality Infant-Toddler Programs are designed to promote high-quality caregiving in all infant-toddler programs, whether the setting is a home, classroom or center. They represent a holistic approach (to caregiving) that is based on cutting-edge research and best practices. The goal is for infant-toddler programs to support positive developmental trajectories for all children, including those children who are particularly vulnerable due to stress, poverty or other adverse early experiences.

Dominion Learning Module

Course curriculum

    1. Introduction

    2. Foundation Beliefs about Infants and Toddlers

    3. Discussion: Foundation Beliefs about Infants and Toddlers

    4. What Does a Relationship-Based Program Look Like?

    5. Video: Quality For Infants and Toddlers

    6. What does the caregiver-child relationship look like?

    7. Reflection: A Toddler's Identity

    8. Creating the Best Possible Environments for Children Under 3

    9. What about Vulnerable Children and Families?

    10. Conclusion

    11. References

    1. Indicators of Quality Relationships in Infant/Toddler: Self Assessment

    1. Self-Assessment

    2. Course Summary


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  • 14 lessons
  • 0 hours of video content


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