This Teacher Time webisode addresses effective teaching practices to support infants and toddlers' emotional functioning and sense of identity and belonging.
Use this resource to support staff as they help infants and toddlers develop the characteristics and skills they will need for later success in school and life.
Listen to Mary Louise Hemmeter as she discusses the ELOF and social and emotional development.
Children learn best from rich, responsive social interactions with other people. These interactions allow children and adults to share attention and build bonds.Explore the importance of adults’ responsive social interactions with children. Find out how these interactions allow children and adults to share attention and build bonds.
Find out how children learn in social relationships. Explore how strong bonds with responsive, nurturing adults can support children’s social and emotional development.
Responsive Caregiving as an Effective Practice to Support Children's Social and Emotional Development
Explore the importance of early relationships in a child’s life and research-based teaching strategies that support them.
Learn about the Head Start CARES study, including the implications for implementation across the country.
Learn how responsive relationships with infants and toddlers help them build empathy with others. Discover tips for teaching empathy and helping children understand the impact of their actions.
Use this video to explore the rapid growth and development that occurs in the first three years of life. Explore its influence on later development and learning.
This News You Can Use discusses the importance of relationships and how they support infants' and toddlers' emerging social and emotional development.