This Teacher Time episode focuses on Approaches to Learning. Learn more about creativity in infants and toddlers and teaching practices that enhance their development.
Learn what research has uncovered about the remarkable ways 13- to 24-month-olds think and feel. Discover strategies adults can use to deepen relationships and learning during year two of development.
Explore how teachers and family child care providers can prepare learning environments and experiences for infants and toddlers that help them develop initiative and curiosity.
Join a discussion on the importance of cognitive self-regulation skills — often referred to as executive functioning — for infants and toddlers and learn ways to support their development.
Learn what research has uncovered about the ways infants think and feel during their first year of life. Discover strategies to deepen relationships and learning during the earliest stage of development.
Infants and toddlers learn to self-regulate within the context of consistent, responsive relationships with familiar adults. Discuss the importance of infant and toddler emotional and behavioral self-regulation.
Learn the science behind early social and emotional development in infants and toddlers. Explore research on how social and emotional development supports learning across the ELOF domains.
In this Teacher Time episode, learn ways to connect with infant and toddler families and promote the family’s sense of belonging. Discover how to create continuity of care across virtual and in-person learning environments.
Infants and toddlers learn by actively manipulating objects in their environment. Explore ways to include interesting, relevant, and challenging learning materials in infant/toddler environments.
Explore ways to create spaces at home and in the center that support learning and development. Learn strategies to modify or enhance the learning environment to ensure full and effective participation.